Hrithik Roshan's ex-wife Sussanne Khan tags wrong Saif Ali Khan in her Vikram Vedha review

    Hrithik Roshan's ex-wife Sussanne Khan tags wrong Saif Ali Khan in her Vikram Vedha review

    Sussanne shared the poster of Vikram Vedha and tagged Saif's fan account forgetting that the actor doesn’t have an account on Instagram.

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    The much-awaited Vikram Vedha starring Hrithik Roshan and Saif Ali Khan finally released in theatres today, i.e September 30. The film is garnering praise from all corners even critics have given a big thumbs up to the movie prior to its release. And now, Hrithik’s ex-wife Sussanne Khan reviewed the movie. However, she wrongly tagged Saif Ali Khan in her post.

    Taking to her Instagram handle, the interior designer shared the poster of the film and wrote, "RA RA RA RARooooom this is by far one of my favourite movies ever!!! Superrrrbly gripping and full of Thrillssss!! Congratulations @hrithikroshan @saifalikhan_online and the entire team for this tremendous entertainer!!! this one is going to be a huggge BLOCKBUSTER (sic)." Well, she tagged his fan account forgetting that the actor doesn’t have an account on Instagram.'Also read: 'Uff Goosebumps' : Hrithik Roshan & Saif Ali Khan's Vikram Vedha receives a thumbs up from the netizens 

    On the other hand, Hrithik’s girlfriend Saba Azad also hailed Vikram Vedha. Taking to her Instagram Stories, Saba re-shared a post by Hrithik and captioned it as, "1 day to go!!!!!"In another post, she added a ticket link and wrote, "Book your tickets here!!" Saif’s wife and actress Kareena Kapoor Khan had given an early review of his movie. Along with the poster of Vikram Vedha, the actress had shared, “Best film. Best actors. Best story. Best directors. What a film Blockbuster.” Even Karisma Kapoor wished all the best to the team of Vikram Vedha on her Instagram stories. 

    Vikram Vedha is the Hindi version of the 2017 Tamil hit of the same name and Hrithik essays the role of titular gangster Vedha, originally played by Vijay Sethupathi. While Saif steps into the shoes of police officer Vikram which R Madhavan essayed in the original movie. The crime-thriller inspired by the folktale Vikram-Betaal is directed by Pushkar and Gayatri, who also helmed the original, and produced by S Sashikanth and Bhushan Kumar.