Many happy returns of the day. May the Almighty keep you in good health and spirit. I also wish you luck for your upcoming film Kaabil, which film pundits are predicting to be a lightweight against Shah Rukh Khan starrer Raees, also releasing on January 25.
A few days ago, the teaser of the song Mon Amour from your upcoming film was unveiled on social media. It became incessantly viral, raking in more than 5 million views on YouTube. You were just fabulous and reminded me of your hey days when fans were left awestruck by your dancing prowess. As the script demanded, you and your co-star Yami Gautam are playing a role of a blind couple in Kaabil. But when we look at the trailer and songs closely, it seems you are too perfect even when blind. As a result, a thought struck my mind: Why don’t you do a film based on dance?
Much water has flown under the bridge since you burst into the limelight in your debut flick Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai. And remember that iconic song — Ek Pal Ka Jeena — that introduced you for the second time in the 1999 film? More than 17 years later, it still remains your signature step. In recent years, films like ABCD and ABCD 2 have centred around dance. They have done decently well at the box office. But not having a dance-based film featuring Hrithik is akin to having a pen without ink.
In your 17-year-long illustrious career, you have delivered stellar performances in your films like Koi Mil Gaya, Krrish, Dhoom 2 or Jodha Akhbar. But more than anything else, your fans have adored your dance moves—your cameo appearances in Krazzy 4 and Luck By Chance impressed everyone. So, why just limit your talent to a time span of 3-4 minutes? There’s going to be a mad rush at the theatres to watch you just DANCE and DANCE.
If you still don’t believe it, just go to YouTube and search the Baawre song from Luck By Chance. You would love it and possibly get motivated; and if you aren’t pleased enough, do read the amazing comments below!
The past two years have not been a smooth one for you. After a not-so-successful outing at the box office with Bang Bang and a forgettable experience with Mohenjo Daro, your personal life is in the midst of turbulence. Well, I do not want to comment on your personal life. You can better handle it.
Well, I have heard that dance is a good stress-buster. You have always enjoyed dancing, so why not a dance flick? Throughout the letter, I have left no stone unturned to convince you to do a film in this genre. Please give it a thought!