Actress Shraddha Kapoor is known for putting random pictures of herself clicked at her Mumbai home. The usually unfiltered pictures of herself is accompanied by honest and quirky captions. Highlighting the importance of soaking in sunlight for your daily dose of Vitamin D, Shraddha`s recent post focuses on the same.
On Thursday, she dropped her sunkissed selfies. More than the images, it was her caption that caught everyone`s attention.
“Need dhoop like Jaadoo,” Shraddha captioned the post, referring to the alien in Hrithik Roshan`s `Koi Mil Gaya`, who sourced his power from sunlight.
As soon as Shraddha dropped the pictures, fans flooded the comment section with their reactions.
“You are a magician, why do you have a magical sunshine,” a social media user commented.
“Hahah love that Jadoo thing,” another one wrote.
However, it was actor Hrithik Roshan`s comment that won hearts. The actor who played Rohit, who befriends Jaadoo in the film, responded to Shraddha`s request.
“He is coming . Will tell him,” wrote Roshan with a smile emoji.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Shraddha will be seen reuniting with Rajkummar Rao in `Stree 2`. The film recently went on floors in Chanderi, Madhya Pradesh. Makers of the upcoming horror comedy film officially announced their film at a grand event in Mumbai in April where the team enacted a skit to announce the release date of the horror comedy sequel. The sequel will be out in theatres in August 2024. Pankaj Tripathi, Abhishek Banerjee and Aparshakti Khurana will also feature in the horror-comedy drama. Shraddha was last seen opposite Ranbir Kapoor in the rom-com `Tu Jhooti Main Makakar`
Hrithik Roshan, on the other hand, will soon be seen in the film `Fighter` alongside Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor. The actor also has ar 2 in the pipleline alongsie Jr NTR. The film will be directed by Ayan Mukerji.
Meawhile, Hrithik Roshan and his father Rakesh Roshan will also be taking he Krrish franchise forward. In an interview with India Today, Rakesh Roshan shared that while Krrish 4 will be the biggest film in the franchise he has concerns regarding the current situation of the industry. “What is happening is that the audience is still not coming back to the theatres, so that is a big question mark for me. `Krrish` is going to be a big film. The world has become smaller and kids today are used to seeing Hollywood superhero films that are made on budgets of like 500-600 million dollars. Meanwhile, we have a small budget of Rs 200-300 crore in comparison.”