Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan's spat with Kangana Ranuat is turning into one of the ugliest slugfests in the B-Town. Though the 47-year-old actor finds himself embroiled in the bitter controversy that seems to have no end in sight, he seems to take things in his stride. Duggu is quite active on social media nowadays. He has been updating several pictures of his personal life on Instagram and his fans are quite enthralled to receive the posts.
Recently, the actor shared a picture on Instagram in which the versatile actor is seen intensely glued to his laptop screen.
He captioned the image: Don’t be fooled by the serious face. It’s a menu. #itakemyfoodveryseriously #missinmysamosas
It seems, the actor is busy with an online food delivery site and searching for samosas.
Father Rakesh Roshan, and co-stars like Tiger Shroff, Preity Zinta, Huma Qureshi and many others commented on the post.
While Rakesh, Tiger and Huma enjoyed the post, his Koi Mil Gaya co-star Preity commented "Me Too".
Apart from many comments in the post, one user named the_real_anirudh sarcastically commented, "That nose is so sharp, it could actually cut the potatoes for your samosas❤️🔥 "
[caption id="attachment_527517" align="aligncenter" width="938"] Screenshot of Hrithik Roshan's Insta post[/caption]
To this HR replied, "Comes with collapsible nostrils."
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And, the queue of comments lengthened as fans of the Dhoom- 2 star went crazy after he replied to the sarcastic comment.
Another user commented, "You want us to believe u eat samosas."
Of course, any follower and admirer of HR would think once if the fitness freak actor actually loves gorging on oily foods!
On the work front, Hrithik has been roped in as the lead for the Indian adaptation of popular English series "The Night Manager".
HR will essay an Indian version of the Jonathan Pine character which was originally essayed by Tom Hiddleston in the 2016 limited series based on the 1993 novel by John Le Carre.
The Indian adaptation will start shooting in Mumbai in April.