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Hrithik Roshan and Saba Azad’s liplock video goes viral; fans want them get married

Recently, a video of Bollywood heartthrob Hrithik Roshan and actress Saba Azad’s liplock went viral on social media. The video, which appears to have been taken at a party, shows the two actors sharing an intimate moment while dancing.

As soon as the video surfaced online, it sent the internet into a frenzy with fans speculating about the nature of their relationship. While some fans were quick to jump to conclusions and assume that the two were dating, others went a step further and started demanding that the two get married. Check the video:


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The rumors about Hrithik and Saba’s relationship are not new. In the past, there have been reports suggesting that the two were dating, but they have always denied these rumors. Despite this, fans have continued to speculate about their relationship, and this recent video has only added fuel to the fire.

While it’s not uncommon for celebrities to be in the news for their personal lives, the way fans have reacted to this video is concerning. It’s one thing to speculate about a celebrity’s relationship, but it’s another to demand that they get married. This puts unnecessary pressure on the celebrities and can be quite invasive.

It’s important to remember that celebrities are human beings too, and they have the right to keep their personal lives private. Just because they are in the public eye doesn’t mean that they owe their fans an explanation about their relationships. It’s important to respect their boundaries and give them the space they need.

In conclusion, while the video of Hrithik Roshan and Saba Azad’s liplock may have caused a stir online, it’s important to remember that celebrities have the right to privacy. Instead of speculating about their relationship and demanding that they get married, we should respect their boundaries and let them live their lives on their own terms.

Ziya Khan


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