Arjun Rampal Calls Hrithik Roshan 'Best Dancer in Bollywood', Acts Friendly

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By Arijita Bhowmik | December 29, 2013 7:36 PM EST

Arjun Rampal seems desperate to get back in Hrithik Roshan's good books, as the model-turned-actor was recently recorded lauding the Bollywood superstar.

The "Ra-One" actor's friendship with the Roshans has been on the front burner earlier this month, after speculations of Arjun being the reason behind the Hrithik-Sussanne split did the rounds.

Arjun did put the rumours to rest by denying his involvement, and issued a statement clarifying the same. The actor was even spotted with wife Mehr attending Sussanne's store launch, thus downplaying all speculations.

And now it seems the actor is attempting to validate his friendship with the "Krrish 3" star.

Recently in a press conference Arjun expressed his wish to work on a dance-based film. "I'm looking for a nice script based on dance and wish to sign a choreographer who shows patience with me," the Daily Bhaskar quoted him as saying.

The 41-year-old further revealed that for a dance-based film, Hrithik would be the ideal choice since he felt "Hrithik Roshan is the best dancer in Bollywood".

Arjun's comments at this juncture are mainly seen as an act of extending an olive branch to Hrithik, his once good friend.

Only time will tell whether Arjun and Hrithik will work together in future but reports of both being considered for Shah Rukh Khan starrer "Raes" have surfaced.

According to an entertainment website, 'Raes", which will have SRK playing a bootlegger and Farhan Akhtar as cop, would have another male lead who is yet to be signed. And either Hrithik or Arjun might be in consideration for the role.

Meanwhile Hrithik, who is back in the country, is getting back in shape for Siddharth Anand's "Bang Bang". The star has been working hard for a lean look for the film.

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