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Sangati Jogwar

News Highlights

  • Ali Fazal announced Mirzapur 3 preparation with a monochrome click on his Instagram.
  • Saba Azad made her relationship with Hrithik Roshan official on social media.

Both the seasons of Mirzapur were massive hits and fans are now eagerly waiting for the producers to announce the third season. While the release date is yet to be declared, Ali Fazal received a lot of responses when he shared his picture as Guddu Pandit from Mirzapur on his social media account. Fans were elated that finally there is some indication from the makers that the third season is indeed going to start streaming soon.

Apart from his click as Guddu Pandit in monochrome, what triggered the interest of the fans, was the caption in which the Fukrey actor clearly has indicated that the preparations and rehearsals have now started. He ended the caption by saying, “Guddu aa rahe hai apne aap” which leaves no doubt that Mirzapur Season 3 will start streaming soon on the digital platform now that the actors have started preparing for the shoot. Not surprisingly, fans welcomed the news saying, “Guddu is back.” The third season will stream on Amazon Prime Video.

Hrithik Roshan and Saba Azad Make it Official

Rumours of Hrithik Roshan dating Saba Azad have been going around for the last few months. Both of them have been spotted enjoying lunch and dinner and many times Saba Azad has been a part of the family holidays, and celebrations.

The musician announced her new project today and none other than the Krrish actor first reacted to it saying, “Hehe. You gonna kill this! Oui? Oui!." Saba acknowledged the response from her boyfriend immediately and even addressed him as 'mon amour' (My Love).

The Roshan family was also quick to reply to this post from Saba Azad. Mom Kanchan Roshan congratulated the young talented girl whereas cousin Pashmina Roshan shared heart emoticons with a “Yay” comment.

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