The fact that Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan is partly Bengali is arguably the least well-known aspect of him. You did read that correctly. Ira, the handsome actor’s grandmother (mother of father Rakesh Roshan), was a Bengali who wed renowned musician Roshan, a Punjabi.
Hrithik’s fanatical Bengali fans have always been astonished by both his on-screen appeal and his down-to-earth demeanour free of any celebrity outbursts. Naturally, there is also the unique Bengali link!
Therefore, when the phrase “Boycott Vikram Vedha” became popular, his Bengali followers were unaffected. They responded to the boycott movement against his impending movie by pleading with people not to pay too much attention to such juvenile requests.
There is also another intriguing caveat. Every time Hrithik travels to Kolkata, it appears like a piece of his Bengali heritage emerges, especially when he discusses his passion for food.
You may be a big fan of his flawless looks, films, and dancing abilities. but you’ll also fall for the Bollywood star if you enjoy Rosogolla, the well-known Bengali confection.
Hrithik revealed that he is a major fan of Rosogolla when he visited Kolkata a few years ago to promote his movie. It’s interesting to note that Hrithik made his first public appearance in Kolkata in 2000. because that was where his dida, or grandmother, wanted him to debut on stage. After all, he is of Bengali descent.
So now every Hrithik fan out there is aware that their favourite celebrity is a foodie at heart despite having an ideal physique