Hrithik Roshan will go the Amitabh Bachchan way in Kaabil; here's how
Can you imagine Hrithik Roshan saying Amitabh Bachchan's famous line from Zanjeer, "Yeh tumhare baap ka ghar nahin, police station hai, is liye seedhi tahrah khade raho" in his baritone?
Hard? Doesn't matter. You will soon see the Mohenjo Daro actor mimicking the superstar in his upcoming film Kaabil.
Roshan will be playing the role of Rohan Bhatnagar, a blind dubbing artist who also earns a living through mimicry, in the Sanjay Gupta film. The actor will be seen mimicking various artistes and among them will be none other than Amitabh Bachchan.
A DNA report suggests that Hrithik perfectly mimicked the superstar's baritone voice.
“When Hrithik did a voice imitation of Big B, he was so uncannily close to the original that everyone on the sets assumed that sound designer Resul Pookutty had somehow engineered the voiceover.”
The report further mentions that Roshan insisted on doing the mimicry himself without the help of mimicry artists as he is genuinely talented at it.
The actor has previously stepped into Bachchan's shoes when he played the role of Vijay Deenanath Chauhan in Agneepath and may do it again in the remake of Shahenshah.