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2 years of (*2*): When Hrithik Roshan sang ‘Jadoo’ in Bihari on the film sets and impressed with his magical voice – Times of India


Hrithik Roshan starrer (*2*) clocked 2 years at present since its launch in 2019. To this, the actor took to his social media handles and celebrated the milestone with an unseen BTS video from the film sets when he left everybody impressed with his singing abilities.

In the video, Hrithik may be seen in his self-importance van, dressed up in his character Anand Kumar from this film as he sings the iconic track ‘Jadoo’ from his film ‘Koi…Mil Gaya’ whereas his crew members be a part of him by including background music to the track. He additional tries to improvise the track in Bihari accent that’s at present profitable the web.

He shared the video alongside the caption, “Memories…#Super30.”

Watch video right here:

Hrithik Roshan’s (*2*) was in contrast to any movies he had beforehand achieved. While the storyline focuses on the actual-life story of a Patna-based arithmetic trainer Anand Kumar who teaches underprivileged children without spending a dime to safe their admission in the most reputed Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), the actor left no stone unturned to nail his character.

Directed by Vikas Bahl, ‘Super 30’ additionally casts Virendra Saxena, Mrunal Thakur, Pankaj Tripathi, Amit Sadh amongst others in pivotal roles.

Talking about the film, Hrithik had earlier revealed that taking over ‘Super 30’ was a troublesome choice after his earlier film, ‘Mohenjo Daro’, had failed at the field workplace. Therefore, choosing ‘Super 30’, which wasn’t a protected wager for him, infact it was a brave choice. When the actor heard the script, he knew that it wasn’t a mainstream film. However, Hrithik, who calls himself a curious soul, wished to go on this journey and discover.

Meanwhile, on the work entrance, Hrithik will star subsequent in filmmaker Sidharth Anand’s ‘fighter’ co-starring Deepika Padukone. Touted to be an motion flick, the filming is slated to launch in September 2022.

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