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    Bollywood's first superhero needs a break too!

    Hrithik Roshan is all set to take a break from his hectic Krrish schedule. A man who has delivered hits and hasn't had a break since January, wants to spend quality time with his wife and sons.

    So on Saturday, June 9, the superstar left Indian soil for a vacation of sorts with wife Suzanne and sons Hrehaan and Hridaan, all the way to the pristine Maldives. “Hrithik was constantly shooting for Krrish 3, which isn't an easy film. As a result he just couldn't spend enough time with his kids and wife. Plus his back problem was troubling him. So, at the first opportunity, Hrithik decided to sneak out quietly,” informs a source close to the actor.

    We really admire how actors are balancing their family-filmy lives. It's not just Hrithik who has opted to break away from the schedule clutter to enjoy time with family, even Shah Rukh Khan's known to have tagged his family along for shoots abroad, for a break for himself and Gauri, Suhana and Aryan. This time, the wife and kids will join him on sets of Yash Chopra's untitled production. Arjun Rampal's already booked for the end-of-month's trip to Bali with wife Mehr and daughters Mahikaa and Myra. The Bachchan Jr clan- that is, Abhishek, Aishwarya, and baby Aaradhya may be flying to the US or the UK for a holiday, and the Devgns- Ajay, Kajol, Nysa and Yug are set to join them there.

    Here's a bon voyage to the stars who're to set sail soon!

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