Swastik Bhagat -A star of IHS makes his debut on Big Screen

Punjab Tribune Bureau | April 06, 2021 05:57 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

JALANDHAR: Swastik Bhagat, a student of Grade 3, Innocent Hearts School, Green Model Town had already brought laurels to the alma mater as he acted in 20 advertisements.

He acted in a serial telecasted on Zee TV and now is going to make his debut on a big screen ' Mumbaikar '. Shri Santosh Sewen, the winner of the Padam Shree Award is a director of the film and Mr. Vikrant Masse plays a lead role. Swastik is super excited about his role as a child artist in the movie. Besides this, his advertisements of Parle - G and Violini Gel are creating a boom during these days.

The proud father Dr. Sandeep Bhagat and mother Captain Shivani notified that their younger son Swarit Bhagwat studies in Grade 1 and their teachers are playing a vibrant role in grooming both of them. Swarit is also engaged in a T.V. serial. Swastik has created a niche in the field of modeling.

In addition to this, he is a meritorious student and bagged a gold medal in the Quiz competition of,' Kenken International 'and got 20th rank at All India level. Innocent Hearts School is proud of Swastik Bhagat and Swarit Bhagat. The Managing Committee congratulated both the kid stars and extended warm wishes for their bright future.

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