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Losliya of Bigg Boss Tamil fame part of Harbhajan Singh’s Friendship

Friendship marks Losliya's debut in Indian cinema as well as Harbhajan's debut as a hero

Published: 03rd February 2020

Iconic Indian spin-bowler Harbhajan Singh is making his debut as a lead in Tamil cinema with the film Friendship. Now, the makers have made another head-turning announcement: Losliya, who shot to fame after her stint in the third season of Bigg Boss Tamil, has been roped in to play a lead role in the upcoming film. 

Losliya took to social media to make the announcement. She wrote, “With all your love. I'm really happy to announce This is my first film in Indian cinema. Our beloved Harbajan Singh sir doing a lead role in this film. Thank you to my entire team for giving this awesome opportunity and an amazing role.”

Losliya is also part of an upcoming movie with Tamil actor Aari. This film also has Srushti Dange in an important role.

Directed by John Paul Raj and Sham Surya, Friendship is produced by Seatoa Studios, which is known for the film Agni Devi, starring Bobby Simha. 

Harbhajan, who is known for appearances in reality shows, made a cameo in the 2015 Hindi film Second Hand Husband that marked the debut of veteran actor Govinda’s daughter, Tina Ahuja. Harbhajan will also be seen in an important role in Santhanam's time-travel film Dikkiloona

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