One of India's most loved and successful superstars, Hrithik Roshan has given out a lot of memorable performances throughout the span of his career. One of his performances that can be counted as evergreen, will be his character of 'Kabir' in the movie, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. Recently, the actor responded to an ongoing Twitter thread, and with his fans, sang along to the most loved song, 'Senorita' of the movie.
Replying to his fans, and continuing the song, Hrithik writes, “Jo bhi pal beeta Hey senorita Har pal tumne hai dil jeeta Bas itni si toh baat hai”. This fun banter between Hrithik and his fans, certainly broke the internet and made us all back to the times of ZNMD. From past few days, Hrithik Roshan has been grabbing the social media limelight for altogether different reasons. On his 47th birthday, Hrithik announced his next with Deepika Padukone.
Announcing Fighter with Dimpled beauty, Roshan had captioned the video, “Presenting a glimpse of the MARFLIX vision as #Fighter! Looking forward to my first flight alongside the exceptional @deepikapadukone. All buckled up for this Sid Anand joyride. #SiddharthAnand” Helmed by War director Siddharth Anand, the film will reportedly cost Rs 250 crore.
Jo bhi pal beeta— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) January 19, 2021
Har pal tumne hai dil jeeta
Bas itni si toh baat hai 💃🏻🕺🏻
A source had revealed to Pinkvilla, “Sid is planning to make it on a budget of Rs 250 crore, thereby making it one of the costliest and biggest action films to have come out of Bollywood. The Hindi film industry has not seen big scale action thriller against the backdrop of Indian Airforce for a while now, and that’s exactly the space that Hrithik and Sid are trying to explore.” (ALSO READ: Amitabh Bachchan Shares A Million-Dollar Blast From The Past Pic From Mr Natwarlal Featuring Lil’ Hrithik Roshan; Can You Spot Him?)
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