Bollywood sensation Hrithik Roshan back to thrill Malaysian fans after 8 years


By AGENCY

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Popular Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan (pic) will be back in Malaysia after eight years to entertain the Malaysian audience with his spectacular performances and acts in the Stars On Fire Kuala Lumpur Live in Concert on Dec 1, at the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in Kuala Lumpur.

Director of Heart Art Production Sonali Rana, who is the organiser of the concert, said the Dhoom actor and other artistes are getting ready to put on a fantastic concert.

"Hrithik himself is very pleased to return to Malaysia and meet his fans who have welcomed him warmly and gave him so much love before. He, therefore, wants to show his love and treat his fans with this concert,” she said at press conference yesterday.

Hrithik will be accompanied by others stars such as choreographer, dancer Prabhu Deva; Bollywood actresses Vaani Kapoor, Malaika Arora and Sanya Malhotra.

Celebrity pair Bharti Singh and Haarsh Limbachiyaa will rev up the show as the opening act. Singing sensations Kanika Kapoor and Aastha Gill will also be present to delight the fans.

Tickets are on sale from Nov 11 at https://yessbossticket.com/event/stars-on-fire-tour/. There will be a discount of 11% for tickets purchased on Nov 11. – Bernama

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