Hrithik Roshan is one of the most outstanding dancers in Bollywood and his impressive moves in every movie never fail to impress. The actor can give the young actors a run for their money with his dancing skills, and they were last seen on screen in his action film WAR, in which he starred along with Tiger Shroff. This day marks the 20th anniversary of his film Kaho Naa…Pyaar Hai, and Hrithik Roshan took to his Twitter handle to share his first tweet of 2020.
Hrithik Roshan reshared a TikTok video of the smoothest airwalker he has ever seen. The WAR actor is mighty impressed by him and asks his fans who the man is. The video shows a young boy dancing to songs such as Mukkala Mukkabala and Tumse Milke Dil Ka Hai Jo Haal, and his moves are quite impressive! Hrithik tweeted, “Smoothest airwalker I have seen. Who is this man ?” His tweet has garnered more than 60k likes and people were all praise as Hrithik genuinely wanted to know who the man was. A Twitter user answered him and wrote, “Dear @iHrithik, he is on TikTok by the name “babajackson2020”. This is perhaps for the first time i have found some worthwhile on #TikTok which can actually change someone’s life. Thanks for your concern. He needs your support, guidance & mentoring.” ALSO READ: Hrithik Roshan To Play Lord Krishna To Deepika Padukone’s Draupadi In Actress' Home-Production Mahabharat?
Smoothest airwalker I have seen. Who is this man ? https://t.co/HojQdJowMD— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) January 13, 2020
Hrithik Roshan celebrated his 46th birthday on January 10. He headed out to his balcony to greet his many fans and well-wishers who had gathered to wish him. Hrithik was last seen in Sidharth Aanand’s War which was released in October last year. The film also starred Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor was one of the biggest blockbusters of 2019.
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