Hrithik Roshan versus 15 Bollywood stars!

Fri, July 5, 2013 1:27pm UTC by 3 Comments
Hrithik Roshan versus 15 Bollywood stars!
Yogen Shah

It’s gonna be a clash of the titans at the box-office this Diwali – buzz is that Hrithik Roshan will take on 15 stars from Bollywood on the day Krish 3 releases

According to reports Hrithik’s hugely anticipated superhero flick Krrish 3 will release alongside the animation film Mahabharat. Interestingly, Mahabharat is a Rs 50 crore project that has 15 stars lending their voices to the various characters, from Amitabh Bachchan who plays Bheeshma, to Vidya Balan as Draupadi and Sunny Deol as Bheem! Krrish 3 is Hrithik’s favourite baby and the actor has given more to this project than any actor ever has to any assignment. With bigwigs like Big B and Vidya associated with the competition, it might just dampen the opening that the Roshan lad might be aiming for.

On the other hand, the makers of Mahabharat have spent seven years on their ambitious project and will not want any kind of spoiler getting in the way of their release date. We heard that Pen India may just adjust the release date of the mega project to avoid any possible battles at the box office, even though the film will be in theatres during the Diwali month. With both parties having invested so much time and effort into their films, we certainly hope that each manages to carve out a special niche, even if they release on the same day. After all, while we love phatakaas at the box-office, we don’t like anyone getting hurt, especially during the festive season!

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  • Bijay

    we have seen serial mahabharat in TV a lot of time and to watch animated mahabharat in the theatre is ridiculous , if at all can be seen in DVD.
    I dont even imagine kartoon animated mahabharat to watch and that too infront of Hrithik’s krrish 3.

    I am just waiting to watch KRRISH 3 .

  • hahaha

    lol

  • Mohnish Bahl

    Why Mohnish silent, we are waiting to see him on small screen


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