Hrithik Roshan is Salsa instructor in Kites

January 7, 2009 · 5 comments

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Hrithik Roshan plays a Las Vegas based Salsa dance instructor in Kites. And Rakesh Roshan, the producer of the film, is sparing no cost to ensure that his son – who is already one of the best dancers in Bollywood – surpasses his previous performances.

Totally motivated, Hrithik has set his best foot forward, and he is working extremely hard on his new moves. So much so that he hardly meets anyone!

The Roshans have got US-based choreographer Flexy Stu to choreograph a dance sequence in the film.

Just to let my readers know, he is the guy behind Hrithik’s grooving moves in the recent ad campaign for a cookie brand in India. Check out this video and you would know what I meant, when I said that Hrithik was grooving to the music!

Presently, the song being shot in a suburban studio in Mumbai is picturised on Hrithik and Kangana Ranaut. Supposedly, it is a crucial song during which Kangana, who plays a rich siren in the film, realizes her love for the dance instructor.

The film also stars South American beauty Barbara Mori, who is expected in India in early January, to shoot her part.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Fathiya January 8, 2009 at 1:59 am

I just hope that he doesn’t look this way in his upcoming movie Kites, as in the picture above! For 1st time I don’t like his look, why a handsome man like him did this to himself?!


Ravi January 8, 2009 at 2:03 am

@Fathiya – Don’t worry! :)

This image was taken when he was dancing for a rock function organized recently in Mumbai.

He has a more cool look in Kites. Just wait for the movie!


Fathiya January 8, 2009 at 2:35 am

Thanks Ravi.. Hrithik is always handsome, he tries always to showup in a new look but I was just shocked when I saw him in this image on the t.v. and in this picture and told myself: No. Hrithik.. it’s good to change our look to the best.. but not to the worst! as he looks like someone who was at a jungle for a while!

Ravi: Which movie you loved more.. Rabne.. or Ghajini?

They’re two different movies, different scripts, both are nice, but the best is the one which is flawless.. and Ghaajini got many flaws.. that’s my opinion, so what do u think?


Ravi January 8, 2009 at 2:54 am

@Fathiya – I loved Ghajini for Aamir Khan’s intense acting and hated Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi for it’s pathetic and weak storyline.

However, it’s my personal view. You (or for that matter anyone) can disagree with my analysis :)

Take care!


Nitin Byas March 15, 2009 at 12:34 am

Never show reel face in real life which will reduce the impact on the viewers. Good try. Always make best efforts to look different and you are really different in your rythim in dancing and danger in fighting.


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