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Sanjay Suri is HARI SADU

By Joginder Tuteja, Bollywood Trade News Network
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View SPEED - On The Sets - Picture GalleryRemember the cruel boss in a popular job portal commercial? His name there was HARI SADU where H stood for HITLER, A for ARROGANT, R for RASCAL and I for Idiot. Well, this is what his subordinate thought of him!

And now Sanjay Suri is all set to play a character that bears the same name - HARI SADU - though with an entirely different personality and attitude.

In his upcoming film SALAAM INDIA, Sanjay Suri plays a cricket fanatic and coach of school boy cricketers who believes that gully cricket is to be played with a similar commitment as any other level of cricket, even if it’s the World Cup. A man who believes that cricket should be played for the love of it and nothing else, he is the one for whom playing good cricket is more important than just winning matches.

Written and directed by Subhash Kapoor, SALAAM INDIA stars Sandhya Mridul, Milind Soman, Manoj Pahwa, Sachin Khedekar, Vinay Pathak and Shradha Nigam, it is aiming for a release during the upcoming World Cup Cricket.



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