Hritik Roshan Praised A Young Talent Who Sings On The Street To Pay Fees For His Music School

Hritik Roshan commented on a fan’s post who was singing Kumar Sanu’s popular song Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaye and it blew on the internet

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October 13, 2021

Bollywood

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Hritik Roshan has portrayed a variety of characters and is known for his dancing skills. He has never stuck to a certain type of character and has broken his own benchmarks.
He recently appreciated a man on his social media account who played a guitar and sang Kumar Sanu’s popular song, Jab Koi Baat Bigad Jaye. Hritik commented that the guy sang really well and he loved his rendition. The guy also shared that he was singing on the street so that he would be able to pay his music school fees. The young lad was totally overwhelmed by the response that he received on the video. He thanked Hritik and everybody who supported him and expressed his emotions. He frequently sings and dozens of people adored his work.

Hritik recently also shared a post of Aryan Khan and captioned a heartfelt note about life and its difficulty. He explained in the caption that God is kind and he only drops the tough balls in the hands of people who can handle it.

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On the professional front, Hrithik Roshan is set to return as beloved Bollywood superhero Krrish. According to reports, Krrish will be released at the end of 2022 and will most likely follow the Krrish 3 storyline. A few weeks ago it was reported that Hrithik will play both villain and hero in Krrish 4, and we will also see the return of Jaadu. The film is said to also star Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Naman Jain. The film will be directed by Rakesh Roshan. Next on the list is an action thriller film titled Fighter. The film is expected to be released in September 2022, and we will see Hrithik Roshan with the gorgeous and talented Deepika Padukone. The film has been directed by Sidharth Anand.

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