Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan marked his debut with film Kaho Na Pyar Hai. The film also starred actress Ameesha Patel and went on to be a huge hit soon after its release. As fans are crazy about Hrithik Roshan and have loved him since then, a huge fan of the actor, actress Taapsee Pannu took to her social media to talk about how much she fancies him. While Taapsee reveals her house can’t get enough of him always, the WAR actor shares how he cannot stop smiling.
Taking to her Instagram stories, actress Taapsee Pannu shared a video from the living room of her house as she enjoyed watching a popular Bollywood movie. The video features a TV screen with a scene playing from Hrithik Roshan’s 2000 film Kaho Na Pyar Hai. The scene from the film sees Hrithik having a conversation with actress Ameesha Patel. As Pannu shared the picture, the actress captioned it, “This house can’t get enough of @hrithikroshan so we start from the beginning!” In the video, while the scene plays, the Thappad actress is heard saying, “Cuz we are such big fans of Hrithik Roshan,” in the background moving the camera to her sister Shagun Pannu.
Moving on, as Taapsee tagged Hrithik Roshan in the Instagram story, the actor reposted the video on his story all flattered by the compliment. Re-sharing the IG story, Hrithik wrote, “NOW Thts a compliment! Made me smile.” Sharing the video on his Instagram stories with a million-dollar smiley emoji, the Kaho Na Pyar Hai star appreciated the compliment by Taapsee and mentioned that it made him smile.
Meanwhile, as Taapsee Pannu managed to make Hrithik Roshan smile during these tough times with an adorable compliment, the WAR actor always manages to steal hearts with his charm and there’s no doubt about that for sure. Also Read: Sonu Sood Urges Migrant Worker To Stop Fighting With Wife; Promises To Take The Couple Out For Dinner If They Make It Upto Each Other
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