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Odishatv Bureau

Mumbai: Bollywood superstar Hrithik Roshan wants to destroy COVID-19 if he would have been superhero 'Krrish' with his superpowers. He also has expressed that he wants to decimate the last cigarette on the planet.

The subject came up on Twitter after a user asked him he had a cigarette in his hand while he was standing with his sons in the balcony of his home, in a recently-posted picture shared by the actor's fanclub.

"Does @iHrithik have a cigarette in his hand or am I seeing wrong? I hope you don't @iHrithik. It makes me very very very sorry," the user wrote.

The actor replied: "I am a non-smoker. :) and if I was Krrish, first thing I'd do after eradicating this virus would be to decimate every last cigarette from this planet.

Recently, Hrithik shared some 'lockdown tips' with fans. He suggests a daily dose of vitamin D to take care of mental health even as we continue to be confined at home.

In a selfie he shared on Instagram, Hrithik sits in the sun. "Get your shot of Sun. Every day. 10 mins..Find a way. #stayalert #mentalhealth #vitd #staybright #lockdowntips," the actor wrote.

Fans of the actor replied to his post with praises and love, but most of them seemed more interested in gushing about his looks than involving in any serious discussion on mental health.

Talking about mental health, Hrithik has recently started learning piano, which he feels is "great for activating both sides of the brain".

Hrithik Roshan has been spending the lockdown with his ex-wife Sussanne Khan, who has temporarily moved in with him, to take care of their two sons Hrehaan and Hridhaan.

A few days back, Sussanne shared a video in which Hrithik along with his sons can be seen enjoying a beautiful view from their balcony.

Along with the video, she wrote a few lines of the poem "Leisure" by William Henry Davies.

"What is this life, so full of care, We have no time to stand and stare. No time to stand beneath the boughs And ask with love, about the ‘why's' and ‘ how's' So stop awhile and do enjoy that stare, Take it in.. absorb as we all are moving.. even though we don't know where. There is, this amazing thing called ‘Life'.... as the ultimate dare. Stay Home, Stay strong and full of care," her post read.

(With IANS Inputs)

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