Hrithik Roshan, who claims to have a rare B-negative blood type, donated blood on Thursday. On the eve of World Random Act of Mercy Day, as an act of mercy, Hrithik went to a Mumbai hospital to donate blood.
Hrithik encouraged people to do the same and shared how donating blood can benefit a donor’s health. Hrithik Roshan, who shared the image of donating blood and illuminating the victory logo on camera, said on Instagram, “I was told my blood type was B-negative. Hospitals often reduce it and promised to be a key component. kokilabenhospital Thank you.
Also, “Thanks to the flawless care and professionalism of Dr. Rajesh Sawant, Dr. Raees Ahmed and Dr. Pradya. PS: Did you know that donating blood is really good for the health of donors?”
This post has received over 1 million likes in just a few hours. Rakesh Roshan has responded to this post by saying, “I am proud to think of you”. One of his fans commented, “Yes this is good for the donor. Our body produces fresh blood in a few months, which is even better for us. Another asked, “Will the recipient (recipient) of this blood convert to Krishna?” Many paid “respect” to the actor for this post.
Hrithik celebrated his 48th birthday last month. The actor and his parents Rakesh Roshan and Pinky Roshan are known for their dedication to fitness.
Hrithik is currently starring in the remake of his next film Vikram Veda starring Saif Ali Khan and Radhika Apte. He released the first look of the film on his last birthday. He shared on Instagram a picture of himself seen in a kurta, in which he was seen with a beard and disheveled hair.
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The film is a Hindi remake of the Tamil film Vikram Veda and is directed by the producers of the original 2017 film Pushkar-Gayatri. In the original film R Madhavan played Vikram, a police inspector, and Vijay Sethupathi Vedha, a gangster and drug smuggler.
Hrithik also has Siddharth Anand’s Fighter movie with Deepika Padukone.