Hrithik Roshan’s superhero movie Krrish marked the successful completion of 14 years in Bollywood, yesterday. The movie released on June 23, 2006, and was a sequel to super hit movie Koi Mil Gaya… which was directed by Rakesh Roshan. For those who don’t know, Krrish received an overwhelming response at the box-office and was one of the biggest hits of 2006. Not only that, Krrish even bagged the maximum awards at the multiple Award Shows. Since yesterday, Krrish movie and Hrithik Roshan’s fans went crazy on Twitter and made two hashtags #KrrishTurns14 and #14YearsOfKrrish trend on Twitter.
Speaking to ETimes, when Hrithik was asked about the hashtags trending on social media, he said, “It feels great each time I hear this. For me, Krrish is a manifestation of a superhero in all of us. And he was made by every single hand that contributed to the film and the journey.” War actor further added, “It has been years and years of hard work of so many people. Even if one thing had fallen out of place, we wouldn’t be able to make this larger than life character what he is to the audience today. So, I have immense gratitude for each and every person involved in the making of Krrish.”
Taking to Twitter, netizens spoke of their favourite film and wrote, “India’s most successful superhero turns 14 today! It’s the best Indian superhero film ever! #KrrishTurns14 #14YearsOfKrrish.” While other user wrote “Nobody could have played better Krrish than Hrithik Roshan! Lots of love @iHrithik #KrrishTurns14”
Well, we must say that’s pure love for the film from its big fans. Meanwhile, according to a previous report in Mumbai Mirror, Hrithik Roshan and Rakesh Roshan are all set to get Jadoo back to earth after 16 years. The makers have already taken the first step and the film is in its post-production.
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