actor Randeep Hooda The 70th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Japan will be the special guest. He will be accompanied by close friend filmmaker and branding expert Rahul Mittra at a special function, which is being planned to be held in the capital city. The program is scheduled for Sunday, December 18.
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While Indian Army Chief General Manoj Pandey will preside over the function, Suzuki Hiroshi (Japanese Ambassador to India), representative of Japan Association Delhi, Japan Chamber of Commerce and Industry in India, Japan Foundation New Delhi, JETRO New Delhi Office, JICA India Office and JNTO Delhi Office is expected to participate in this prestigious event. Besides them, top diplomats and corporate dignitaries from both the countries are also expected to attend the event.
Anniversary celebrations will include horse-riding demonstrations of yabusme and tent pegging. For those unaware, Yabusame is one of the traditional martial arts of Japan. On the other hand, tent pegging is an equestrian sport of ancient origin and widely played in India. The main attraction of the event will be actor and equestrian Randeep Hooda who will be riding a horse. Apart from this, he is also expected to deliver the keynote address on the occasion.
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Talking about Randeep Hooda, the actor has recently been receiving an encouraging response for his Netflix Original Series Kat. The series was about Gurnam Singh, who despite taking on a new identity and moving on in life, is forced to become a police informer once again. While on ‘Cat’, actor Danish Sood, who plays Randeep Hooda’s brother, said he enjoyed being a part of the web series.
Apart from Kat, Randeep Hooda is also set to make his directorial debut with the upcoming film, ‘Independence Veer Savarkar’. The film is based on the great leader VD Savarkar. It is being told that the film will be shot in Maharashtra and London.