The fourth installment of the famous Krrish series was announced by Hrithik Roshan on the 15th anniversary of the film. Krrish was released on June 23, 2006. “The past is done. Let’s see what the future brings. Krrish4. #15yearsofkrrish #Krrish4,” the actor had posted on Instagram, along with a short video.
Rajesh Roshan recently opened up a little more about the fourth installment of the much-loved film. He also spoke about the development of the film and much more.
Rajesh shared that they have not started work on the music of Krrish 4 as yet, but they will begin as soon as the final script is locked. Rakesh Ji (Roshan, director) is working on the script. With time, you also grow with the new techniques of sound and music, which he wants to portray in the compositions of Krrish 4. Now the music system in every household is so advanced, that one has to adapt to modern techniques to match these inventions .
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Having said that, the soul of my music will remain the same, as he has learned that from his parents, and composers like Laxmikant–Pyarelal. They are looking forward to it. Hrithik himself enjoys singing, having lent his voice in the past to tracks like “Señorita” from Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, and “Kites in the Sky” from Kites. Will Hrithik be singing for Krrish 4 too? Mostly he will sing, there will be one song for sure.
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Rakesh Roshan had cleared the air on rumors about Hrithik playing four characters and said that journalists have a lot of time these days to think up screenplay ideas at home. This is just a rumor, like many rumors about Krrish 4. There is absolutely no truth to it. The script is in the process of evolving. It is still very early. When they do lock in on certain specifics in the plot, he’ll share them with all.
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