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Taran Adarsh Expresses His Desire To See Hrithik Roshan In More Films ;  Says , "Maybe He Has His Reasons For Doing Limited Films"

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Hrithik Roshan is among the top versatile and loved actors of Bollywood. Fans are always eager to watch him in more films. He has given many spectacular performances in his career. In a recent interaction, Taran Adarsh revealed his desire to see Hrithik Roshan In More Films. In a recent interaction with Bollywood Hungama, Taran Adarsh talked about his desire for the super-talented Hrithik Roshan to do more films. He said that when he attended the private screening of Hrithik Roshan's Vikram Vedha, he told Hrithik's father about it. Taran liked his performance in the film. He further added that everyone has their way of working. What suits him may not suit others. 

Jr NTR and Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan is coming back to big screens with Sidharth Anand's Fighter along with Deepika Padukone. The film also marks the first on-screen collaboration between them, and fans are super-excited to watch their on-screen chemistry. It is produced by Viacom-18 and Marflix Pictures. The film is going to be India's first aerial actioner. It also stars Anil Kapoor in the key role. The action-packed entertainer is all set to hit the theaters on 25 January 2024. The film is creating a lot of buzz on social- media since the announcement date poster has been released by the makers.

Hrithik Roshan

He was last seen in Vikram Vedha along with Saif Ali Khan. The actor will also be seen in the second installment of his super-hit film War along with Junior NTR. Fans are super-excited to watch the two superstars together. Reports are saying that Aditya Chopra will again amaze everyone with his grand vision and adrenaline-pumping storyline. The film promises to present a never seen grand battle between Hrithik Roshan and Jr. NTR. With flawless screen- presence, and fantastic acting skills, these two superstars are expected to deliver the finest performances.