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Hrithik Roshan’s fans obsessed with his new track ‘Alcoholia’

Talking about his effortless moves, his on-point expressions, and his grunge look in the track, audiences just can’t seem to get enough of Hrithik Roshan, who has made an impact with every song of his career.

SNS | New Delhi |

Vikram Vedha has taken the internet by storm with ‘Alcoholia’, the recent song from the action entertainer.

Netizens and fans have been showering the song with immense love and support, and the chatter around it grows bigger with every passing day – Talking about his effortless moves, his on-point expressions, and his grunge look in the track, audiences just can’t seem to get enough of Hrithik Roshan, who has made an impact with every song of his career.

A fan commented, “Hrithik is the complete package a director wants for their movie. He justifies his role and always sets a benchmark for other actors. This Vedha is looking f**king dope. Look at his expressions. The movie is going to be useful for sure.”

Another fan said “Dekhne Se Phele Like Thoka…resolution ko 1080 par roka..mila hai Hrithik ka dance dekhne ka mouka.” While another stated, “The Hrithik expressions killed it.”

The comments even ranged from “Aaj Mausam Hrithikoholiya” , “No one can dance like him in B-Town” to “Hrithik doesn’t play a character. He becomes the character.”

The anticipation surrounding Vikram Vedha is at an all-time high and what makes this even more noteworthy is the fact that it marks Hrithik Roshan’s 25th film. The superstar has always chosen quality over quantity and in his career spanning 22 years has selected films and roles that are distinct, versatile, and undoubtedly high on entertainment.

Fans have also been raving about this new 2.0 version of Hrithik Roshan in this milestone film, with one stating, “Love this 2.0 version of Hrithik Roshan where he is allowing himself to let go and be free. The only actor in Indian cinema who mixes commercial cinema with craft and always gives something new to the audience. Gem of Bollywood.”