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Hrithik Roshan Birthday special
11 January 2018, 12:55 | Rodolfo Wallace
Hrithik Roshan celebrates his 43rd Birthday and an impactful career
From playing a superhero in Krrish to winning hearts as Mughal ruler Akbar in periodic drama Jodha Akbar, Hrithik ha sproved to be one of the most experimental and versatile actors Bollywood has ever produced. "Happy birthday @iHrithik." Fans had been waiting for this news for a long time and while Roshan Sr had been working on the script, his latest tweet hints at the film's pre-production beginning soon. A fan-made video has been doing the rounds on the internet marking the occasion of Hrithik Roshan's birthday wherein the recent achievements of the actor are highlighted. He has confirmed the release of his upcoming movie Krrish 4. It all started in 2003 with Koi Mil Gaya that emerged as a huge blockbuster.
Krrish 4 will be arriving in 2020, on the big eve of Christmas. Hrithik Roshan was only bestowed with love and praises for the role of Vijay Dinanath Chauhan which is completely unheard of for a recreated role. Hrithik and Rakesh Roshan had announced Krrish 4 during Ganesh Chatuthi celebrations in 2016. Hrithik cut his birthday cake with them and when the large and enthusiastic crowd began to force their way into his building, two bouncers stepped in to whisk him away. "It boosted my confidence and inspired me to make the fourth instalment", Rakesh Roshan said in a statement. The anti-hero of Krrish was Naseeruddin Shah while Vivek Oberoi played the antagonist in Krrish 3.
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