Hrithik Roshan
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Be it "Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai" or "Bang Bang," Hrithik has had a grand opening in almost every film of his and "Kaabil" will be no different. Hrithik has apparently shot for a massive entry sequence for the film.

"Kaabil," directed by Sanjay Gupta and produced by Rakesh Roshan, went on floors last week and on the first day, the makers shot for the entry scene featuring Hrithik. The entry scene, which was shot in Mumbai recently, features a massive Ganpati sequence that will introduce Hrithik.

"They were shooting a Ganpati sequence on the first day of Hrithik's shoot and will be filming two romantic songs to be choreographed by Ahmed Khan soon," Talking quoted a source as saying.

"Kaabil" is a thriller drama that features Hrithik as a blind man, while Yami Gautam plays the role of his wife. The story is about the blind man seeking revenge for his wife's death. While talking to a tabloid, writer Sanjay Masoomm gave the gist of the story.

"It's an interesting love story-cum-revenge drama based in Mumbai. Hrithik and Yami fall in love and get married, but in a plot twist her character dies, following which he sets out to seek revenge," Masoomm told Mumbai Mirror. 

The film marks the return of the successful father-son jodi of Hrithik and Rakesh. The last big project of Hrithik and Rakesh was "Krrish 3" in 2013 and it turned out to be a big hit. Thus, expectations from "Kaabil" is high.

Slated for Jan. 26, 2017 release, the revenge drama will clash with Shah Rukh Khan's "Raees."