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Hrithik Roshan today took off his beard that has been an integral part of his look for some time. A day ago the Krrish actor had revealed to his fans that he is planning to take off the beard. In his post, the superstar wrote, "Before the beard goes" indicating his plans to shave off his beard.

He looked super hot in the tight close-up with his intense grey eyes focussed on the camera.

Famous Bollywood choreographer Piyush Bhagat commented, "Waiting for that look as well." Today he shared his latest click in which he has taken off his beard. But the actor did not take it off completely. He shared his new look on social media and captioned, "And it’s off. Well almost. Guess a beardo never really takes it all off."

From 'super-sexy' to 'awesome' fans found this new look of Hrithik Roshan very hot.

Fans Are Eagerly Waiting for Hrithik Roshan's Krrish 4

Hrithik undoubtedly is one of the biggest Bollywood stars. But it cannot be denied that his father Rakesh Roshan's movies have a lot to do with this stardom. From his debut movie Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai to the Krrish franchise, films directed by the Karan Arjun fame director has played a big role in ensuring that Hrithik keeps on delivering blockbusters.

It has been 7 years since the last installment Krrish 3 from the franchise was released. A few days ago, the superstar took to social media and shared an animation of Krrish to mark the 7 years of Krrish 3.

In his post, Hrithik Roshan wrote, "The human must rise. The reason is the experience itself. .

Fans of Duggu has been waiting for a long time for Krrish to grace the big screen. Earlier Rakesh Roshan was detected with tongue cancer. Hence he took a break from work to recover. And this year, the corona pandemic has further delayed things. Rakesh Roshan however, has confirmed that the moment they lockdown on a script they will start working on Krrish 4.

Hrithik Roshan gave a big hit with War in 2019 and is expected to reprise his role as  Kabir in its sequel. He also received a lot of appreciation for Super 30.



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