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EXCLUSIVE: Is Hrithik Roshan performing at IPL's opening ceremony?

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It is that time of the year when all the cricket enthusiasts are gearing up for their annual celebration, what with Indian Premiere League (IPL) all set to begin its 10th season. The first match is scheduled to air on April 5 in Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi stadium.

And like every year, the IPL opening ceremony is expected to be a grand affair. While not many details have made its way to the web, a source close to the development has informed us that Bollywood's Greek God Hrithik Roshan would be grooving and enthralling the audience at the IPL's opening ceremony.

Informs the source, "Hrithik Roshan will be dancing at the opening ceremony of IPL. He has been a dancing icon and was more than willing to be a part of the opening ceremony. However, he is yet to sign the dotted line. Since Hrithik was on a vacation with his kids, only talks about the same were on. Now that he is back, the formality would be done. The opening ceremony happens on April 5 in Hyderabad."

Well, if this is true then it is indeed some great news for all Hrithik Roshan fans!

Meanwhile, on the work front, Hrithik was last seen in Kaabil that released alongside Shah Rukh Khan's Raees. The movie fared well at the box office and won immense critical acclaim for its strong content and nuanced performances. Now, Duggu, as he is fondly called, will begin shooting for Kabir Khan's next. Reportedly, Deepika Padukone is being considered opposite Hrithik in the yet to be titled film. Roshan junior is also rumoured to be signed opposite Sara Ali Khan in Karan Malhotra's next.

asked Mar 28 by Legend Khan The Movie Conqueror (738,380 points)

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