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Hrithik Roshan invited at Oxford University as a Guest Speaker

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After Shah Rukh Khan, its now Hrithik Roshan who has been invited at Oxford University as a guest speaker. All thanks to the big success of his film Super 30 released last month, the film seems to have gone unstoppable where Hrithik played Anand Kumar who is the man behind giving a maximum number of underprivileged students to the premier engineering colleges like the Indian Institute of Technology in India. His fame has reached overseas and his performance for the said film was noticed getting him this invitation from the said university.

He will be speaking to the acclaimed student society at the prestigious Oxford University. Talking about the same, the actor has felt excited about the same and feels proud and excited about the fact that his recently released film in B Town is applauded both in India and abroad. The film is based on a selfless man who puts his efforts in bringing out bright students from the underprivileged students. While talking about the film, he said he thankful to the audience both in India and abroad for giving him an overwhelming response to the film.

It was the Oxford Union which has invited the actor to speak on the occasion. The union was founded in the year 1923 and remains the largest society in Oxford and is among the popular places in the world that connect sharp minds all across the film. Earlier, the union has invited a number of bigwigs from all across the world to speak to their students including Morgan Freeman, Mark Hamill, Sir Ben Kingsley, and Johnny Depp to name a few. And now we have Hrithik Roshan the Super 30 actor who is all set to speak the students there.

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