Baweja at GR8! Women Awards 2011 in Dubai
13 November 1980
|📆 Years active||2008–2014|
|👴 👵 Parent(s)||Harry Baweja|
Baweja was born in Chandigarh to a film director Harry Baweja and producer Pammi Baweja. He attended the Kishore Namit Kapoor Acting Institute in Mumbai and then the University of California, Los Angeles. In 2009, Baweja changed his name to Harman S Baweja following numerology. The "S" in his name is a tribute to his grandfather.
Baweja was credited as a producer for Hansal Mehta's Yeh Kya Ho Raha Hai?.
Baweja's debut film in Bollywood was the sci-fi romance Love Story 2050 produced by his mother Pammi Baweja and directed by his father Harry Baweja. The film was a box office failure, as it only managed to recover half the amount of its ₹40 crore budget. In 2009, he appeared in the sports film Victory which was based on cricket. The film had notable appearances by both Indian and International cricketers. The film could only rake up ₹1.9 crore after its release and was a failure at the box office.
Baweja next appeared in the romantic comedy What's Your Raashee? which starred him and Priyanka Chopra, who performed 12 different roles in the film. After a 5 year long absence he came in Dishkiyaaon (2014).
|2008||Love Story 2050||Karan Malhotra|
|2009||What's Your Raashee?||Yogesh Patel|
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