Hrithik Roshan did dare devil stunts in film Mohenjo Daro: Ashutosh Gowarikor

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Bollywood Actor Hrithik Roshan did some dare devil stunts for his upcoming historical periodic drama “Mohenjo daro”. His director Ashutosh Gowarikor is impressed with him. Recently, the Bollywood helmer spotted at the documentary released of the classic music composer of India Panchamda aka R.D.Burman, here he talked about his upcoming film “Mohenjo Daro” and reveal that the main lead Hrithik Roshan pushed all limit to perform the stunts of the movie. “It has been very challenging for Hrithik especially in the wake of his soldier injury. He is pushing all limits to perform the actions and is going good so far”. The filmmaker stated to the media.

Talking about the historical melodrama “Mohenjo Daro”, the Jodha Akbar director says, “Mohenjo Daro” is a love story set up in the period of Indus Valley Civilization. It is an adventurous cinema full of dare devil stunts which is very impressive and amazing. The film is depicting romance, action, melodrama and heroism.

Reportedly, about the forthcoming magnum opus drama, its director Ashutosh Gowarikor exclaimed, “For Hrithik, “Mohenjo Daro” has been extremely challenging in the wake of his shoulder injury. We have tried to be careful not to aggravate his injury. And he is pushing all limits to perform the grueling stunts”.

“The shooting has been going good till now and we will complete the shooting in September”, the cinema director added further.

The movie “Mohenjo Daro” has already touted as an epic movie, which is extensively shots in Bhuj, Gujarat, and newcomer Pooja Hegde who is already famous as a Southern actress, is making her Bollywood debut with the film Mohenjo Daro opposite “the Greek God” Hrithik Roshan. The film is expected to hit theater in August next year.

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