Hrithik Roshan heaps praise on rumored GF Saba Azad as she croons a Bangla song; calls her ‘extraordinary’

    Hrithik Roshan heaps praise on rumored GF Saba Azad as she croons a Bangla song; calls her ‘extraordinary’

    Bollywood’s Greek God Hrithik Roshan and actress-singer Saba Azad have reportedly been in a relationship since the last few months, after they met through Twitter.

    Hrithik Roshan heaps praise on rumored GF Saba Azad as she croons a Bangla song; calls her ‘extraordinary’

    Since the last few weeks, Hrithik Roshan and his rumored girlfriend Saba Azad have become the talk of the town. It all began after they were snapped post a dinner date in Mumbai by the paparazzi. On their next outing, the two walked out hand in hand and sometime later Saba joined Hrithik’s family for a fun Sunday get-together. Their love story reportedly began on Twitter and they have apparently been together for 2-3 months. Well in the last few days, thanks to social media, fans learnt that the actress and singer is also quite close to Hrithik’s cousin Pashmina Roshan and his niece Suranika.

    What’s exciting is that while Hrithik and Saba have not commented on their rumored relationship yet, they are also not hiding their fondness for each other. Like when the Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara actor cheered for his lady love ahead of her gig in Pune. Well, recently Saba took to her official social media handle to share a short clip of her singing a Bangla song. In the comment section below, many showered the actress with love after being mesmerized by her angelic voice. One such comment came from Hrithik, who was apparently left spellbound. He wrote: “You are an extraordinary human.” To this, Saba replied, “@hrithikroshan and you are the kindest :).”

    In the caption, Saba shared that she’s sick and has no energy to do anything except sing. Revealing why the song is special to her, the singer shared, “When I was a smol my parents got me the cassette tape for the soundtrack of the classic Ray film “Goopy Gyne Bagha Byne” soon after we watched it at a festival. At the time I didn’t understand Bangla at all, even so it very quickly became my favourite cassette tape and I learnt every lyric of every song (however mispronounced and incorrectly - pls forgive me) on the album - yep, without understanding a word of what it meant - that’s the thing with music though right - language doesn’t matter at all, if it moves you it moves you!!”

    Well, we do agree with Hrithik-- Saba is definitely extraordinarily talented.

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