Saba Azad posts picture with Hrithik Roshan from Argentina holiday

Hrithik Roshan and his actor girlfriend Saba Azad are currently holidaying in Argentina. On Thursday morning, Azad took to her Instagram feed to share an adorable selfie with Roshan. The two are seen posing together for a selfie outside a restaurant. 

Saba and Hrithik Roshan gave a subtle smile for their selfie moment in Argentina`s capital city Buenos Aires. The couple are seen wearing warm  clothes and posing outside a busy restaurant on the street. Sharing the selfie, Saba Azad wrote in Spanish, “Que Bueno Buenos Aires` which translated to `How good, Buenos Aires`.

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Among the first to comment on the picture was Hrithik`s ex-wife Sussanne Khan. “Beautiful pic,” she wrote. Hrithik and Sussanne got divorced in 2014 and continue to be friends and co-parent their two sons. While Sussanne is dating Aly Goni, Hrithik is dating Saba. The four of them often hang out together at social gatherings. 

A couple of days back, Hrithik had shared a picture with Saba on his Instagram feed. In the picture, a selfie, Saba was seen posing alongside him on the street. Saba had her hair left open and was dressed in black warm winter clothes. Hrithik looked dapper in a round glasses, a cap and warm winter outfit. 

“Winter girl,” he captioned the post along with the hashtags #buenosaires, #staycurious, #adventureon.

Reacting on the post, Preity Zinta wrote, “We miss u guys”. 

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Meanwhile, Hrithik Roshan`s Koi…Mil Gaya recently completed 20 years. The film received immense love from the audiences, making the character Rohit and his alien friend Jaadoo truly iconic in Hindi cinema for years to come. In a recent interview, while talkin about his process to play Rohit, the actor revealed how his childhood trauma helped him portray this role. Hrithik revealed, “I experienced being bullied, having a stutter which was a handicap and was made fun of, people laughed and so I understood I had emotional intelligence about that. I could apply that. I was fortunate. I knew I had the heart of Rohit, so half the battle was won, then came in the craft. I think Rohit was just there in me, a part of me didn`t grow up. I think the traumatized part of me remained a child, remained that vulnerable and that`s the part I usually go to when I`ve to be emotional. It`s that part that gets activated, so seeing that in a positive way. When you connect the dots, the things that you go through, they will all become your resource at some point and that`s what happened with me.”