Finally Why Rakesh Roshan Names Every His Film With ‘K’, Know Hrithik’s Father’s ‘K’ Connection

Why does Rakesh Roshan name his films with letter ‘K’?

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Bollywood’s Greek God Hrithik Roshan’s father Rakesh Roshan is not only a famous actor but also a famous director. Rakesh Roshan, who earned a name in the industry with his hard work and dedication, entered Bollywood in 1970 with the film ‘Ghar Ghar Ki Kahani’. After acting in a few films, he started trying his hand at film direction. Within a few days he became one of the top directors. You must have seen that every movie of director Rakesh Roshan starts with ‘K’. Do you know the story behind this? If not, let us know.

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Why every movie of Rakesh Roshan starts with ‘K’?

We all know that many film celebrities in Bollywood believe in superstitions. There are many filmmakers who feel that if films are released on a particular date, they will become superhits. Some use certain characters in their film titles. Same goes for Rakesh Roshan. The names of most of Rakesh Roshan’s hits start with the letter ‘K’. There is a special reason behind it. Finally, what is the relationship between Rakesh Roshan and the letter ‘K’?

The combination of Rakesh Roshan and ‘K’

In 1984, Rakesh Roshan was very busy with his film ‘Jag Utha Insaan’. Then one of his fans wrote him a letter, asking Rakesh to start all his films with the letter ‘K’. At that time Rakesh did not pay attention to this but in the year 1986 ‘Bhagwan Dada’ was released but the film did not do well at the box office. Then Rakesh remembered what was written on the letter. This was also the reason why his films ‘Khatta Mitha’ and ‘Khanadan’ were hits. Their names also started with ‘K’.

Rakesh Roshan movies starting with letter ‘K’

After this Rakesh Roshan thought why not accept what is written in the letter. In 1987, the film ‘Khudgarj’ was released which was a superhit. From then on Rakesh Roshan decided that each of his films would start with the letter ‘K’. After this came his films like ‘Khoon Bhali Maang’, ‘Kaala Bazar’, ‘Kishan Kanhaiya’, ‘Karan Arjun’, ‘Kaho Na Pyar Hai’, ‘Koi Mil Gaya’, ‘Krrish’ and ‘Krrish 3’. Gained popularity. earned.

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