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Hrithik Roshan’s Onscreen Career spans 23 year

Hrithik Roshan's brother Amit in the film
On the 23rd anniversary of Hrithik Roshan's debut film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, Abhishek Sharma, who played Hrithik Roshan's brother Amit in the film

Abhishek Sharma, who played Hrithik Roshan’s brother Amit in the film, took to Instagram to give a unique message.

On the 23rd anniversary of Hrithik Roshan’s debut film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, Abhishek Sharma, who played Hrithik Roshan’s brother Amit in the film, posted a lovely post. Abhishek Sharma shared a photo collage of himself and Hrithik Roshan from the film, juxtaposed with a recent shot of himself. “It’s been a long trip and a very privileged one to have been a part of this beautiful historic movie a learning which I have carried with me for the longest time and still continue to keep with me,” he said in his caption.

Abhishek Sharma thanked the film’s director, Rakesh Roshan, in a tweet: “Thank you, Rakesh Roshan uncle, for this fantastic chance and for educating me about my love… Thank you, Hrithik Roshan bhaiya, for constantly encouraging me to be greater than myself… Because of this adventure, I had a happier childhood.”

See this post by Abhishek Sharma:

Rakesh Roshan directed Hrithik Roshan’s acting debut in Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai. Hrithik Roshan became a star when the film became a box office success. Hrithik Rishan won both the Filmfare Award for Best Debut and the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his roles as Raj and Rohit in the film. In addition to Hrithik, Ameesha Patel, Dalip Tahil, Farida Jalal, Satish Shah, and Anupam Kher had significant parts in the film.

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