Blast From The Past: Hrithik Roshan gets overwhelmed after seeing his picture from the sets of Fiza

Published: Apr 27, 2020, 13:19 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Mumbai

Khalid Mohamed shares a rare and unseen picture of Hrithik Roshan from the sets of their film Fiza and the actor is overwhelmed seeing it and thanks the filmmaker!

Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Khalid Mohamed
Picture Courtesy: Official Instagram Account/Khalid Mohamed

It seems Hrithik Roshan was always destined to be a Superstar. They call him the last Superstar of Hindi Cinema. And even before the release of his blockbuster debut, Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, he was working on films like Mission Kashmir, Yaadein, and Fiza. Talking of this film that was made by film critic turned filmmaker Khalid Mohamed, it showed a very different side of the star and was just his second film.

Instead of tapping into his aura and smoldering persona, the filmmaker portrayed his human and vulnerable side, thus proving he not only has a solid screen presence but the ability to emote too. Sharing an unseen picture from the sets of the film, Mohamed showed all of us a very young Hrithik Roshan and the actor was truly overwhelmed seeing it.

First, take a look at the picture:

And this is what Roshan tweeted to him- "Wow . Overwhelmed looking at this . KNPH hadn’t released. Thanks for treating me so kindly on set." (sic) Have a look right here:

Fiza will be completing 2 decades this year and still remains of his most nuanced performances as an actor. And of course, Karisma Kapoor’s best till date!

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