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Hrithik Roshan Is All Priases for His WAR co-star Tiger Shroff’s Hard Work

Hrithik Roshan while working with Tiger Shroff for their upcoming film, "War" appreciated his hard work and dedication.


It is a known fact that Tiger Shroff is a huge fan of Hrithik Roshan. Tiger has officially announced on his social media that Hrithik inspires him a lot. Heropanti actor also expressed his wish to work opposite Hrithik. Director Siddharth Anand fulfilled Tiger’s wish and now both Bollywood hunks will be seen sharing the screen space together.

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Recently, it looks like Hrithik has started appreciating Tiger’s hard work and dedication. He considers Heropanti actor as someone who is a powerhouse of talent.

A few days ago, the teaser of their movie, “War” dropped online. One can see Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff fighting against each other, but in real life, it’s completely opposite. During a recent interview, just after the release of the teaser, Hrithik told DNA, “I have had a blast shooting for this film with Tiger. Anything that I say about him will be less. My words won’t do justice to the kind of talent he possesses.”

According to the latest report, Hrithik and Tiger shot for a high-octane action sequence at the highest Portuguese peak. Given that War is a full-fledged action film, the audience will witness a whole new avatar of Hrithik and Tiger.

On the work front, Hrithik Roshan is basking in the grand success of his latest film Super 30. He said that the success of this film gave him similar emotions that he had after his debut – Kaho Na Pyaar Hai. After playing the role of a teacher, Hrithik had to go through a vigorous diet and workout to beef up his body for “War”. The actor admitted that it was really challenging after Super 30.

Apart from Hrithik Roshan and Tiger Shroff, Vaani Kapoor will be seen in War, which will hit the theatres on October 2.


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