Hrithik Roshan’s Kaabil Teaser Just Released Worth Watching

The famous most talented very handsome looking guy Hrithik Roshan. Soon he is going to appear on silver screen. His new movies teaser just dropped it is worth watching. It has got nice message in it. From the teaser we can assume that good message movie is going to come soon. Hrithik Roshan’s recent movie Mohenjo Daaro movie not that much promising in the box office. And also his personal life in crisis with the gossip news of Kangana ranaut. It made a lot of buzz in Bollywood and disturbed his personal life. Hrithik Roshan he is always very choosy with the scripts he only accepts only if they contain good message and worth spreading message to the society he is not going to compromise over the scripts. This movie Kaabil is going to hit theatres in next year January.
Producer Ashutosh Gowariker is best known for coordinating super spending movies like the Oscar assigned Lagaan (2001), Swades (2004), and Jodhaa Akbar (2008). Be that as it may, before that, he was a significant productive performer.

He appeared as an on-screen character in Ketan Mehta’s 1985 show Holi, a film that acquainted him with Aamir Khan, and tailed it up by acting gigs in movies, for example, Naam (1986), Gunj (1989), Salim Langde Pe Mat Ro (1989) and a few others.
His last significant acting appearance in a film was Kundan’s Shah Rukh Khan-starrer Kabhi Haan Kabhi Na. He was likewise found in a scene of the hit TV arrangement CID in 1999.
Be that as it may, after Lagaan changed his fortunes as a producer, Gowariker didn’t glance back at acting once more, focussing completely on bearing, conveying first-class movies, the greater part of which worked, some of which didn’t.
In the film, Hrithik plays a visually impaired man avenging the demise of his better half, played by Yami Gautam (Vicky Donor, Badlapur). By chance, this is the second time Yami is playing the character of a killed spouse.
To take the viewer into the universe of a visually impaired individual, the primary secret of Kaabil has no striking visuals or character presentations yet an insignificant voiceover on a screen of glimmering globules.

It’s somewhat discomforting to hear Hrithik’s immaterial voice and the credit totally goes to Gupta and the group that cut the secret.