Randeep Hooda, who was last seen in Omung Kumar’s Sarbjit, which was based on an Indian farmer falsely accused of espionage in Pakistan, will be a part of another hard-hitting political drama next.
We have heard that Hooda director Kuldeep Ruhil have collaborated for their upcoming documentary film Cheer Haran that is based on a real incident related to reservation demands made by the Jat community of Haryana. The hunky Hooda has grown a full beard for the role and looks quite rustic with his long locks. In a tweet, Randeep Hooda termed the film as “apolitical documentary on the heart breaking chapter in bhaichara (brotherhood)”.
The documentary is an apparent attempt to show what led to violence in Haryana during the quota agitation as the state has largely been peaceful since its inception in 1966. As many as 31 persons were killed apart from more than 300 injured when the clashes turned violent.