Hrithik is quite active on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, where he shares updates on films, family and fun with his fans and followers. But Snapchat made the 42-year-old 'awkward'
In a video message on Twitter on Tuesday, Salman Khan asked his fans and followers to watch Akshay Kumar's film Rustom, which will release on August 12
"I want to do a horror comedy. I did Bhool Bhulaiyaa, but then after that I didn't get a script like that," said Akshay Kumar
"I didn't specially sit down and took books to learn about the navy rules and regulations. I didn't interact with any naval men, only there was one naval officer who was guiding me throughout about how the salute is, how the badges are to be worn, how the uniforms should be and how the walk should be," said Akshay Kumar
"Gratitude is my biggest response. I knew I liked the film. I knew I found the concept interestingly gripping. But one never knows how the world will react to what I personally feel is intriguing and interesting," said Akshay Kumar
"When the heavens open, only my daughter can make it feel like a heavenly day!Love her 2 the moon & back #SundayFunday," Akshay Kumar wrote on Twitter
Akshay Kumar is experimenting with his looks in his upcoming films Dishoom, Rustom, Jolly LLB 2 and 2.0
"Rustom makers are mainly targeting the multiplex audience while the Mohenjo Daro team is aiming for a wider release. Though the former has generated more curiosity, it will probably settle for 2,000-2,500 screens. Hrithik's film is likely to get 300-400 more screens," a source revealed
Tay Hai is a romantic song which documents the love story between Rustom and Cynthia. Nobody watching this would imagine how swiftly the story is to turn into tragedy
Sung by Sukriti Kakar, the new song is a fast-paced track which keeps you on the edge
"Lagaan and Gaddar had released on the same date too. So, I feel Mohenjo Daro should also work and Rustom should also work. Both the films should be superhits," Ashutosh Gowariker said.
Akshay Kumar stars as naval commander Rustom Pavri, a fictionalised version of K M Nanavati who was tried and acquitted for the murder of his wife's lover, leading to the scrapping of India's jury system