Hrithik Roshan does a few dancing steps with his fans at Dubai Marina. Kamal Kassim/Gulf Today
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan charmed his diehard fans on Saturday evening at Dubai Marina. His admirers waited for hours and hours to get a glimpse of the “Super 30” star. Such was the star’s appeal that people of all age groups assembled outside a gym where Hrithik met and greeted his fans that also included scores of fitness enthusiasts, who interacted with him on the subject closest to his heart – fitness.
Dubai Marina witnessed a lot of scrambling as the star ascended on the stage. All the cameras tried to capture his each and every move. The humble star thanked his aficionados who were eagerly waiting for him and expressed his gratitude towards them. Sharing his happiness over the love he received on the stage, he said, “Now you know why I come to Dubai.”
He added, “I love Dubai, and the spirit of the people living here. This city is inspiring me in many ways. I love the vibes of this city. There is a huge movement of fitness in this city, making it stand out from other cities of the world. It is inspiring to see so many people of different nationalities and age groups taking this much interest in the fitness challenge to improve their health. If you are not into regular fitness practice, start today. You would enjoy working out for a living when you realise the benefits that are immense and unlimited,” he added. Hrithik, who made his Bollywood debut in 2000 with “Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai” had an instant connect with his fans. He charmed his fans with his dancing skills and went on to do films like “Fiza,” “Mission Kashmir,” “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham..,” “Koi... Mil Gaya,” “Krrish,” “Dhoom 2,” “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” and “Kaabil.”
He again charmed his fans with his performance in the recently released “Super 30.” Directed by Vikas Bahl, the film did extremely well at the box office. Interacting with his Dubai fans, he said, “Workout is very important. We should try to be fit. Be consistent in your daily routine and do it seriously.” To please his Dubai fans, he took many selfies and invited a couple of them on the stage to do a few dance numbers, which included signature steps from his debut film. In his almost 30 minute-stay at the venue, the star kept his fans engaged. Later, Hrithik took a selfie with them and posted it on his Twitter account, “Thank you Dubai, you guys were just amazing! Love you all.”
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