Tu Ashi Jawali Raha’s Siddharth Bodke Has Fanboy Moment After Meeting Hrithik Roshan!

The Tu Ashi Jawali Raha actor remained awestruck and clicked picture with Hritik and Rakesh Roshan.

Manjiri Shete

October 27, 2019


3 min


No matter how much we grow or successful we become, everyone has their own superhero or the one person they look upto. The Tu Ashi Jawali Raha actor Siddharth Bodke isn’t any different. Even after having a successful run because of his impressive acting skills, he, too, has his fanboy moments. Recently, Siddharth documented his reaction when his favourite Bollywood actors Hritik Roshan and Rakesh Roshan dropped on the sets of his play, Ananyaa. Have a look!

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Each day when Tu Ashi Jawali Raha starts streaming on ZEE5, we have a hard time taking our eyes off Rajveer whose character is essayed by Siddharth. His dapper wardrobe and dashing persona have amassed a huge fan following. The same way, we were surprised to see our favourite superstar excited when he met his favourite actor. Siddharth, who is a part of the successful theatre drama Ananyaa, had his acting witnessed by Hrithik and his father, Rakesh. Siddharth was quick to click a selfie with these actors and gush about them in his caption. He wrote, “Performed for the ones who have inspired me over the years. Thank you, Hrithik Roshan and Rakesh Roshan sir for attending our play Ananya and for all the appreciation. Grateful.”

We also were elated to see Siddharth reaching new heights by using his talent. The actor’s fans congratulated him and participated in his happiness. In the future, we hope to see Siddharth climb new heights after Tu Ashi Jawali Raha gets over and come onscreen in a different role as the audience of Zee Yuva is waiting for him.

After seeing this, we would love to know in the comments below if you love watching Tu Ashi Jawali Raha just as much as us!

Meanwhile, for more entertainment, check out the latest episodes of your favourite TV shows streaming free on ZEE5.

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