Actress-singer Saba Azad recently took to Instagram to share a heartfelt post offering a glimpse into her personality beyond her professional life. In the post, she reflected on the challenge of defining oneself solely through one’s job and instead chose to reveal more personal aspects.
In the video, Saba introduced herself beyond her career, stating, “Hello, my parents named me Saba, and I like daydreaming.Winter makes me smile involuntarily, I’m deeply affected by injustice, and I think anger is a powerful thing. I’m always dancing or humming a tune, and food is my language of affection… that’s a little something about me. Tell me something about you, maybe…”
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Interestingly, Hrithik Roshan‘s ex-wife Sussanne Khan commented, “Beautiful,” using heart and clap emojis for this post. Sussanne Khan is the mother of Hrithik’s two sons Hrehaan and Hridhaan.
Earlier this month, on Hrithik’s birthday, Saba shared a loving video and note expressing her appreciation for him, to which Hrithik responded with gratitude, calling the last two years the best.

Fans in awe as Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan check out jewellery together post-divorce

Saba has faced criticism for her relationship with Hrithik. In October last year, she addressed the hate she received, acknowledging the impact it had on her but emphasizing the importance of realizing that people’s opinions are projections of their own experiences.

She is known for her roles in ‘Dil Kabaddi’, ‘Mujhse Fraaandship Karoge’, ‘Feels Like Ishq’, and ‘Rocket Boys 2’.

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