Mumbai: Leading light of the Indian Film Fraternity- Deepraj Rana, who has triumphed upon the hearts of millions with his successful stint in films like: Saheb Biwi aur Gangster, Gunday, Special 26 , Singham Returns are many more, will be seen brushing shoulders with Salman Khan in his next film Prem Ratan Dhan Payo.
Vesting his interest in the craft of acting, Deepraj Rana will essay the role of the security incharge to Salman Khan who will be entrustred with the security of the actor, will add a pinch of twist and give the story a new angle which will remould the plot of the film (for that all you Deepraj fans will have to watch the film to get a glimpse of your favorite star).
Holding a penchant for being a part of meaningful yet commercial cinema, Deepraj Rana has carved a strong footing of himself in the showbiz. Sharing the screen with Salman Khan, Deepraj Rana says “People don’t get a chance to work with him in their life time but to my good luck I am dealing with 2 Salmans in the film. It was a lifetime experience for me to have worked with Salman under the Rajshri Banner”.
Calling it a feast on the sets of the film, Deepraj calls his journey a food fiesta “Since the first day on the sets of the film, the entire cast would feast of food during our meals. Salman’s fondness towards biryani and food is not unknown. So every day was culinary delight for everyone”
Salman Khan & Sonam Kapoor starer film “Prem Ratan Dhan Payo” is slated to release this diwali on 12th November, 2015
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