Picture - Harman Baweja Sydney, Australia, Monday 14th January 2008

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Harman Baweja - Harman Baweja and actress Amrita Rao The $10 million film will also feature Australian cricketer Brett Lee, who has longed expressed a desire to appear in a Bollywood movie. Other cricket legends who will make appearances in the film are Allan Border, Mike Hussey and Jason Gillespie. The cast will feature a total of around twenty current and recent international cricketers, including Simon Jones and Saj Mahmood from England. Sydney, Australia - filming scenes from 'Victory' , the Bollywood movie about cricket, being filmed in Sydney, Australia. Directed by Ajit Pal Monday 14th January 2008



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