Who Are Nani’s Two Sons?

Jersey - Ronit Kamra - Harish Kalyan

Apart from Nani’s stellar performance in ‘Jersey’, his two boys have been receiving accolades for their performances, as well. Here, we aren’t talking about two roles but one role aka the role of Nani’s son played by Ronit Kamra when he was young and Harish Kalyan, when the boy is shown as a grown-up guy.

Ronit Kamra, a school going kid from Delhi who has also been a model for fab India dresses and also for many advertisements played the 10-year-old boy named Nani who wants a Jersey as a birthday present from his father. He did extremely well in the emotional scenes and do you know that his screen name in ‘Jersey’ is Nani. The father-son bonding scenes are one of the major highlights of the emotional drama.

Coming to the grown-up Nani, the Tamil young actor who acted in the role was Harish Kalyan. Though it was only a cameo appearance, his acting was responsible for wrapping up the emotional climax very neatly. Looks wise, both Ronit Karma and Harish Kalyan have similarities between them, and therefore, nice transition from the school going kid to the grown-up guy. Well done boys!

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