Jyoti Randhawa carded a one-under 71 while Rashid Khan bounced back to register a two-under 70 in the Mauritius Open.
Jyoti Randhawa, who has been out of action for close to five months, makes his comeback in the Panasonic Open Golf championships.
Anirban Lahiri finished tied 49th in the 2015 Masters and will return for his second appearance at the Augusta National Golf Club with renewed confidence.
Jyoti Randhawa who was tied 28th with Chawrasia on Friday, got off to a flying start, getting birdies on the first and second holes.
While former Asian Tour champion Jyoti Randhawa jumped 34 places with the help of six birdies against two bogeys, SSP Chawrasia too moved up 21 spots at the Amata Spring Country Club.
Rahil Gangjee was four shots behind the leading trio of Chinese Taipei's young guns Hung Chien-yao and Lee Chieh-po and South Africa's Jbe Kruger. Jyoti Randhawa carded two-over 74 in the second round.
Jyoti Randhawa carded four-under 68 in the opening round at the Manila Masters.
Jyoti Randhawa amassed a four-day total of four-over 288 (79-68-68-73) -- six shots behind winner Danthai Boonma of Thailand.
Shiv Kapur at one-under 215, Jeev Milkha Singh at 10-over and SSP Chawrasia at 11-over -- missed the cut.
Jyoti Randhawa jumped 21 places to be tied 27th after scoring three-under 68, while Rahil Gangjee carded a three-over to drop nine places to tied 57th after the third round at Russian Open.
Indian golfers Jyoti Randhawa and Rahil Gangjee managed to make the halfway cut in the Russian Open.
Jyoti Randhawa and Rahil Gangjee shared the 13th spot after carding matching three-under 68s in the first round of the Russian Open.
Shiv Kapur (68) finished at 12-under 276 in tied 11th, while Anirban Lahiri (67) at 10-under 278 was tied 21st. In between was Jyoti Randhawa (71) with three bogeys against four bogeys, and was tied 15th.
Jeev Milkha Singh, Arjun Atwal and Jyoti Randhawa will join Anirban Lahiri, Gaganjeet Bhullar, Shiv Kapur, S.S.P. Chowrasia and several other top international golfers for the event.
While Jyoti Randhawa finished tied seventh, Anirban Lahiri settled for a tied 15th place.
While the 2002 Asian Tour No.1 Jyoti Randhawa scored four-under 68 to take his total to 139, Anirban Lahiri sizzled with a six-under 66 to have a total of 140 as in-form Thanyakon Khrongpha of Thailand fired a superb eight-under 63 to seize the clubhouse lead.
Jyoti Randhawa will be among a star-studded cast at the Asian Tour event which also includes title holder Gaganjeet Bhullar.
Rashid Khan's winning cheque of USD 135,000 will also catapult him into the top-10 of the Asian Tour Order of Merit rankings and also get him into the top-200 of world rankings, making him the second highest ranked Indian golfer after Anirban Lahiri.