Hardik Sangani shares a throwback picture of him as a child artist in film ‘Shaheed Bhagat Singh’; Have a look

The actor shared a sweet childhood photo with his fans. Little Hardik is shown in the shot in the 2002 film ‘Shaheed Bhagat Singh.’


Hardik is an Indian actor who has appeared in a number of films, television shows, and commercials. He is best known for his Eclairs TV commercial and has primarily played humorous roles throughout his career and well-known among the younger audience.

It’s been 18 years since then for him. Soon after, the actor received his big debut in yet another Ketan Mehta’s epic programme Chacha Chaudhary that went onto break records on tiny screen. He played Bunty, a character who appeared in the comics and was one of the show’s most important characters.


Hardik played Dennis in an Indian version of Dennis the Menace, and his popularity was followed by another well-known show, Gilli Danda. The programme was a huge hit, and the actor gained a lot of notoriety as a result.

“An true Throwback moment,” the actor captioned the photo he shared on Instagram. Shaheed Bhagat Singh, which was released in 2002, featured me as a kid actor.

The historical play ‘Shaheed Bhagat Singh’ is based on the life of Bhagat Singh, a liberation fighter. Guddu Dhanoa directed the film, which was released in 2002 and starred Rahul Dev, Amrita Singh, Suresh Oberoi, and others.

In addition, Hardik Sangani recently played alongside Puja Joshi, Jimit Trivedi, Johnny Lever, and others in filmmaker Dharmesh Mehta’s full-fledged comedy film ‘Jaysukh Zdpayo.’

In addition, the actor will appear in Dhwani Gautam’s upcoming film ‘Kesariya.’ In the film, Malhar Thakar, Anshul Trivedi, Ritu Bhagwani, and others will play significant roles.

He had previously published a photo of himself in Rishikesh, and now he has uploaded an image of himself as a young actor in a mainstream movie.

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