Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan
Sussanne Khan and Hrithik RoshanVarinder Chawla

The elation felt by fans of Hrithik Roshan and Sussanne Khan when the estranged couple was spotted on a lunch date with their children has turned out to be short-lived. Sussanne has rubbished all the rumours about their patch-up on social media by saying that the two will never reconcile.

"I request people to stop speculating. There will never be a reconciliation with @iHrithik. But we will always be good parents. #no1priority," Sussanne tweeted. The luncheon meet sure proved that Hrithik and his ex-wife are trying to do justice to their parental roles.

Speculations of them getting back together had also started doing the rounds when Sussanne recently said that she supports Hrithik in the legal battle between him and Kangana Ranaut, and also tweeted about the photoshopped pictures that had added fuel to the scandal. Sussanne had clarified that the picture of Kangana and Hrithik taken at Arjun Rampal's party was photoshopped. However, the Hrithik-Kangana case has taken an ugly turn with several leaked mails and pictures, and shows no signs of meeting an early death.

Meanwhile, apart from their legal battle, Hrithik and Kangana are also busy with their respective projects. Kangana will be seen in Vishal Bhardwaj's "Rangoon," the shooting of which has recently got wrapped up. The actress will be sharing screen space with Saif Ali Khan and Shahid Kapoor in this movie.

On the other hand, Hrithik is working in two films – "Mohenjo Daro" and "Kaabil." The actor is currently shooting for the former, which is being directed by Ashutosh Gowariker for more than a year. This is also the reason that he didn't appear in any film in 2015. Hrithik will be seen in a period-drama after "Jodha Akbar." He will share the screen space with Pooja Hegde in "Mohenjo Daro."

He is also shooting for Sanjay Gupta's "Kaabil" opposite Yami Gautam. The film will be released on Jan. 26, 2017. The shooting for "Kaabil" was delayed after Hrithik got injured on the sets of "Mohenjo Daro."