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Singapore Tourism Board & Another ´Krrish´ Tour, As Hrithik Goes Triple?
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The super succes of Hrithik Roshan's 'Krrish' and the fact that it was extensively shot for almost two months in Singapore in 2007, had resulted in Singapore Tourism Board announcing the highly successful 'Krrish' tour!

The shooting which had lasted for over 60 days, saw more than 100 cast and crew from India, China and US congregating in Singapore. An additional 100 cast and crew were also hired from Singapore.

It was a tour package to Singapore and the tour also explored the beautiful island city through the eyes of the leading Indian movie director, Rakesh Roshan. While Sentosa and the Singapore Zoo figured in any traveller's itinerary in Singapore(where the film was shot), the 'Krrish' tour had also offered river boat rides on the Singapore River, Lau Pa Sat (the Old Market).

And now with the next installment of the blockbuster superhero ‘Krrish’ series, it seems that the producer and father of the Bollywood star, Rakesh Roshan, has understandably decided on the formidable actor playing a triple role in the film. It is expected that 'Krrish' will once again visit Manali as well as Singapore, to take the third part forward.

With the highly anticipated ‘Krrish 3’, due for release in 2012, there are high hopes of Singapore Tourism Board announcing another 'Krrish' tour, though for that we have to wait and watch.


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