- Mika Singh shared a glimpse from Rakesh Roshan’s New Year’s celebration
- “Had a wonderful party with bro Hrithik Roshan,” he wrote
- “Thank you Rakesh Roshan for throwing such an amazing party,” he added
Hrithik Roshan’s father, filmmaker Rakesh Roshan, hosted an incredible New Year’s celebration and a video from their celebrations goes loopy viral on social media as a result of, as a result of, as a result of it options Hrithik singing a tune from his debut movie Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai with Mika Singh. The now-viral clip, shared by Mika on his Instagram profile, options the duo singing Ek Pal Ka Jeena collectively on the New Year’s bash. That’s not it. In the video, Hrithik Roshan will also be seen performing the signature step from the tune. Sharing the video, Mika Singh wrote “Happy New Year. Had a wonderful party with bro Hrithik Roshan, Zayed Khan, Karan Bawa and Rakesh Roshan. Thank you Kuku Bawa Saab and Rakesh Roshan for throwing such an amazing party. Wishing you all a Happy New Year. May God bless you with the best of health and happiness. Goodbye 2020, Welcome 2021!”
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A couple of hours earlier than sharing a glimpse from Rakesh and Hrithik Roshan’s celebration, Mika Singh teased his followers about celebrating New Year with the War star. “Bringing in the New year with my bro Hrithik Roshan. Stay tuned on my Instagram to see more! Happy New Year everyone,” he wrote.
On the work entrance, Hrithik Roshan has labored in a number of hits in his movie profession comparable to Krrish, Dhoom 2, Jodha Akbar, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Guzaarish, Agneepath, Kaabil, Bang Bang!, Kites and Super 30. The actor was final seen within the blockbuster hit War, by which he shared display screen area with Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor. Hrithik Roshan has not introduced his upcoming undertaking as of now.
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