We do have come across several videos and photos shared by Hrithik Roshan on his Instagram page that gives us a sneak peek into his adventurous holidays with his sons. But this one is a tad bit different. Created more in the form of a trailer, these set of videos shared by the Super 30 actor on his Instagram page is a brief overview of one of his beachy trips with his sons Hrehaan and Hridaan and it will make you feel blissful during these rising temperatures.
Hrithik Roshan shared two videos of him cycling, swimming and exploring some interesting water sports adventure with his sons Hrehaan and Hridaan as he wished his second son on his birthday. These videos were just a trailer of sorts of how much fun this father-sons trio had when they took off on a beach vacation recently. If they are anything to go by, we believe that the location could be Maldives. Here’s a look at the videos:
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U go on kid , explore this life, explore yourself , be an explorer, an adventurer, don’t follow the crowd, follow your bliss. Create your own abundance, don’t compare yourself to others, but strive to keep waking up with abounding enthusiasm every morning! Cause that’s the goal. And for that work harder than any other man on this god given planet!! . . Happy birthday Hridaan. . #createyourlife #explorersforever #imaginationiseverything #bff #fatherandson #onelife . Ps: hard work and having fun. Both take as much effort, courage and imagination ❤️. .
On the work front, Hrithik Roshan is gearing up for the release of Super 30 which is expected to release this year, on July 26. The film is expected to revolve around the life of mathematician Anand Kumar and his academic program Super 30 that helps underprivileged the opportunity to appear for IIT-JEE exams and prep them for the same. On the other hand, he is also expected to feature alongside Tiger Shroff and Vaani Kapoor in a YRF untitled film, to be directed by Siddharth Anand. The film is an action packed drama and promises to heavy adrenaline pumping stunt sequences.