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Hrithik Roshan Krrish 4 to start where Krrish 3 ended: scripts in progress – REPORTS

Hrithik Roshan announced the upcoming sequel of Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 4 in June last year, there has been a lot of gossip around this most awaited project. On the occasion of Krrish’s 15th anniversary. He posted a short video on his social media account, “The past is done. Let’s see what the future brings. Krrish 4 #15yearsofkrrish #Krrish4.” According to a news portal, Krrish 4 will be a direct continuation of where the third part ended.

“The fourth installment of the Krrish franchise will take the story of the third part ahead, but it will be set in a completely different world with new characters and exciting twists. Rakesh Ji is developing the script and is presently working on the crucial parts of the story. Once he finalizes the script, they will begin work on the casting and other logistics of this massive project. It will also feature some never seen before action sequences,” according to a source.

In a whole conversation with Pinkvilla prior, acclaimed music composer Rajesh Roshan told about the music of Krrish 4. “We have not started work on the music of Krrish 4 as yet, but we will begin as soon as the final script is locked. Rakesh Ji (Roshan, director) is working on the script. With time, you also grow with the new techniques of sound and music. Which I want to portray in the compositions of Krrish 4. Now the music system in every household is so advanced, that one has to adapt to the modern techniques to match these inventions.” Rajesh Roshan even said that Hrithik will sing in his voice to at least one song in the sequel.

Meanwhile, Hrithik will be seen in Vikram Vedha. He has completed the shooting of the film.

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