Rakesh Roshan announces next film in Krrish series on son Hrithik's birthday

Rakesh Roshan announces next film in Krrish series on son Hrithik's birthday

Good Looks, great dancing skills and loads of charm - Hrithik Roshan has it all. "Mil Gaya" released in 2003 and starred Preeti Zinta, Rekha, and Rajat Bedi while it was directed, produced, and written by Rakesh. Christmas 2020 it is. We are talking about the tweet that his father, Rakesh Roshan, posted earlier today and we bet it's the best gift that a son could have got from his father. The 68-year-old filmmaker has announced the release date of his most ambitious project "Krrish 4".

He tweeted "Today is perhaps the best day to make the release day of Krrish 4 official".

However, Hrithik Roshan received a surprise birthday wish from none other than Malayalam superstar Mohanlal.

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In September 2017, Bollywood Hungama had spoken to Rakesh Roshan to comment on reports that Hrithik Roshan will be having a double role in Krrish 4. "It boosted my confidence and inspired me to make the fourth instalment".

Koi. Mil Gaya was inspired by Steven Spielberg's 1982 film ET while the Krrish films were about the titular superhero (played by Hrithik), who was born to Rohan (also Hrithik Roshan), the lead of Koi. However, while both films saw Hrithik in an anti-hero role, the layers of his performance is different in each of the two films. The anti-hero of Krrish was Naseeruddin Shah while Vivek Oberoi played the antagonist in Krrish 3. The actor will next be seen in a biopic for the first time wherein he will bring to screen the life of mathematics genius Anand Kumar in Super 30.

With the release date, we are eagerly excited to know every bit of Krrish 4.

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