Legendary Martial Artist Bruce Lee said,"the word star is an illusion". He statedÂ heâ€™d rather be an actor than be labeled a star.Â So what is it that made Lee averse to the star-like identity? Maybe, the answer lies in the lives of our actors. Is Hrithik our mega star any different? Could his life hold an answer to understanding what Lee had quoted many years before. Let's find out! When you speak of Bollywood you'd find that many A-list stars often succumb to the star-like illusion. Yes, complexities and controversies are part of the game, but few manage to keep their head above the so called 'god-like' that exists around them. Of the many scintillating talents India has produced, Hrithik Roshan is one endearing name who has managed to keep the actor alive in him, despite being a super 'star'. And he's been doing it brilliantly if one speaks sans bias, in the big bad film worldÂ where dreams and high hopes are often crushed like breeze colliding with the rocks at the Marine Drive promenade or the Worli Sea face. DoingÂ all that he possibly can in defeating the commonality that Bollywood is often mocked for, Hrithik Roshan hasÂ managed to sway audiencesÂ while doing what he does best; making movies. And, it's been 15 years since he first arrived on the stage. Hrithik's talent is superlative in the sense that itÂ grows exponentially alongside his own career graph. On January 10, 2016, Â easily Indian Cinemaâ€™s most dapper looking male ever since the days of Dev Anand, Vinod KhannaÂ and Shashi Kapoor and, a charming souvenir of India to the world of cinema turned 42. In so doing, he has done it all; touched lofty peaks through a sensational film debut; Rakesh Roshanâ€™s 2000 mega-hit Kaho Na Pyaar Hai, suffered personal blows; a heart-breaking fallout with ex-wife Suzanne, attained mega success through a bevy of box office biggies including Koi Mil Gaya, Krish series, Agneepath, Dhoom 2, Bang Bang among others, silenced critics who labeled him as a â€˜one hit onderâ€™ and has even found a wax replica at Madame Tussauds in London, apart from clinching 6 Filmfare, 9 IIFAâ€™s, 5 Stardustâ€™s and 6 Zee Cine Awards. And guess what, heâ€™s just 27 movies old. In an age where the definition of an actor in Indian Cinema has often taken a beating thanks to numerable bloopers that many of our A-list stars have delivered, Hrithik Roshan has been the king of re-invention. This isnâ€™t to say that his choice of movies have been as marvelous as his personality. The Mumbai born super star nearly attempted career hara-kiri with films such as Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage or for that matter the overbearing Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon or 2002â€™s Mujshe Dosti Karoge. But, as they say, a man is the sum of his imperfections that he attempts to perfect, Hrithikâ€™s phenomenal success as a top actor lies in his ability to experiment and amaze fans and admirers with something new every-time a role fancies his challenge. And, it is the handsome hunkâ€™s famous acting trajectory that has touched nearly everything from playing a low-IQ simpleton to Emperor Akbar, a first class thief ruled by mischief to a Greek God partying away in luxurious locales that has caught the fancy of fans who remain star-struck the moment the sensational Mr. Roshan appears on the silver screen only to make it gold. With Bang Bang firing all cylinders on the box office in 2014 where Hrithik became the only Indian actor to drive a Formula One car, something that he did with quite some gusto and no major film release in 2015, it is expected that with 2016â€™s Mohenjo Daro, Roshan will strike it big again at the box office. But, before the action resumes on the enthralling Hrithik galaxy, we take a look at some of the finest works of one of the most strikingly good looking actorsâ€™ career.
September 7, 2015
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October 14, 2015
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