I will act with Rajinikanth if I get the opportunity: Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan

Rajinikanth%20BollywoodactorHrithikRoshanBollywood actor Hrithik Roshan has donned the lead role in the Hindi film Bang Bang. Katrina Kaif is donning the female lead role. The film which has been produced by Fox Star Studios has been directed by Siddharth Anand. This film has been produced at a cost of Rs 130 Crores. This film is being released on 2nd October. This film is also being released in Tamil and Telugu.

Hrithik Roshan while speaking to the media in Mumbai said, “Bang Bang is an important film in my career. I have labored very hard for this film. The shooting of the film has taken place in water for ten days.

Every day I have to jump into the water from 40 feet height. I have to do these 10 times a day. Because of this I developed a severe head ache. When I approached the doctor, he said that there is blood clot in my head but I continued to act with full concentration. After this I had undergone surgery for this blood clot.

The surgery took place for four hours. Doctors restricted me from seeing TV for three months. They also told me not to speak to anyone. This was a torturing experience for me. There are stunt scenes on par with Hollywood films. This is a family entertainer. I like Michael Jackson dancing. I have learnt a lot of movements from him.

Prabhu Deva has lots of talents. I am an ardent fan of Rajinikanth. I like his style. I have acted with him when I was a child artist. If I get an opportunity I will act with Rajinikanth once again. I am not able to act in Tamil films since I do not know Tamil.”

Bollywood actress Katrina Kaif while speaking said, “Vikram is my favourite Tamil actor. Jyothika is my favourite Tamil actress. My mother was living in Kovalam so I use to frequent Chennai. I like Tamil Nadu food. Tamil is a tough language. I am very happy because my film is being released in Tamil.”

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