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Fans react to Hrithik Roshan and Mahira Khan’s candid conversation

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  • Hrithik Roshan recently attended the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia and was with Pakistani actor Mahira Khan. 

Hrithik Roshan was the latest superstar from Bollywood to be at the Red Sea International Film Festival in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. He was dressed in a grey suit and a white tee for his appearance. 

To emphasise his look, the Krrish superstar sported yellow summer shades. Hrithik also sent his buffs into a craze with his spur-of-the-moment dance moves as he danced in his movie Kaho Naa Pyar Hai’s famous song Ek Pal Ka Jeena, which is viral on the internet.

Hrithik Roshan and Mahira Khan were seen having a candid conversation 

However, the highlight of his impression was when he was seen with Pakistani star Mahira Khan. The two celebrities visited the closing ceremony of the Red Sea International Film Festival. 

They sat beside each other and were spotted indulging in a candid chat. In the pictures, Mahira wore a gorgeous shimmery cape gown from Faraz Manan. Soon after photographs of Hrithik and Mahira went viral, fanatics couldn’t keep calm. 

A fan said: “Two Celebrities from different countries.” Another user wrote: “When Lollywood Meets Bollywood!!!” While a third fan wrote: “The way he’s staring at her AAHHH I failed to breathe #mahirakhan #HrithikRoshan.” Another fan stated: “Two celebs in one photo.”

Hrithik Roshan’s photographs from the Red Sea Film Festival

Meanwhile, Hrithik also posted his stunning look photos from his photoshoot session and penned, “#RedSeaIFF22 #FilmIsEverything #vanityfair.” 

Soon after he uploaded the photo, his Koi…Mil Gaya co-star Preity Zinta commented “Hottie” in the comments section, and proud mother Pinkie Roshan wrote, “Proud of you (heart emoji). Looking handsome,” followed by a heart emoji. 

Celebrity fitness coach Kris Gethin wrote, “Hot stuff – gizza kiss.”

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