Hrithik Roshan turns 50 today and he clearly doesn’t look like it. Roshan not only looks like a million bucks and serves fitness goals, he also leaves everyone around inspired with his dedication. While Hrithik is being showered with love from all over, director Siddharth Anand has penned a thank you note for him on his big day.
Anand shared two unseen photos with Hrithik from ‘Fighter‘ sets on his birthday and said, “Apart from wishing you, a little thank you note on your big day.10 years ago we began our journey together. You believed in me at a point when very few people did. Life has never been the same for me. I don’t think I ever thanked you. For the small. And big things. You have a heart like no other. People who know you will vouch for that. Today, my friend, I wish you the best of health, immeasurable happiness and abundant success. A little wish for me too, may we keep walking together 🙂 ????????❤️”

This is Siddharth and Hrithik’s third movie together after ‘Bang Bang’ and ‘WAR’. They clearly have formed a hit actor-director pair which fans love. Netizens showered love on this post and praised their friendship. A user said, “The best actor-director combo out there???????????? Keep us all entertaining with your future collars too❤️” Another one said, “Sid Anand a True Fan boy of Hrithik Roshan ????????”
Many fans showered wishes for Hrithik on this post. ‘Fighter’ sees Hrithik team up with Deepika Padukone for the first time. The film set to release on January 25, 2024, also stars Anil Kapoor, Karan Singh Grover and Akshay Oberoi.

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