Is Hrithik Roshan fit for action in ‘Krrish 2′?

Is Hrithik Roshan fit for action in ‘Krrish 2′?

The superstar pulled off the unimaginable task of lifting a 110 kg wrestler on the sets of Agneepath. And he hurt his back doing so. This injury can affect his ability to do the high-octane stunts for his next mega-project, Krrish 2

Injuries and Hrithik Roshan seem to go hand in hand. Remember how he fell from a shocking height when the support cables snapped during a shoot for Papa Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish? And his knee injury sustained while shooting battle sequences for Ashutosh Gowariker’s magnum opus Jodhaa Akbar? The hard working actor injured himself again recently on the sets of Karan Johar’s remake of Agneepath. And now, the superhero has hurt his back! Hrithik is portraying the larger-than-life character of Vijay Dinanath Chauhan, played by Amitabh Bachchan in the original film. So intense Hrithik did get in his performance that he attempted to pull off a stunt for which he refused to use a body-double, all just to make the scene look more authentic. The 36-year-old was supposed to lift a massive wrestler weighing more than 110 kg, and managed to do it without help from wires or stuntmen. Hrithik, who had already gone into overdrive juggling his reality TV show Just Dance with KJo’s Agneepath, was slowly losing his super-fit condition. The workload had started taking a heavy toll on his health. And now this injury, we fear, could act as a new setback. All this when Hrithik was reportedly gearing up for Krrish 2; a special crew was to fly in from the US to do a body screening for the actor for this mega-project. The film will demand a lot more action and put more strain on the already wounded star. Which means that it’s absolutely important for Hrithik to recover fully and regain his fitness before he starts the film, so that future injury can be avoided. Can Hrithik manage to get back into the saddle and ride Krish 2 to success? Only time will tell. But we have our fingers crossed…

 

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