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On screen, he has portrayed formidable roles trimming from a blind male to a paraplegic and a mentally infirm character, and actor Hrithik Roshan says he doesn’t order out going behind a camera as he loves challenges.
Asked if he sees himself directing in a future, Hrithik told IANS over e-mail: “I adore acting, it’s my passion. Maybe someday if we feel it’s a right time for me to go behind a camera, we will. I’m a male who loves challenges.”
Hrithik, who is a son of filmmaker Rakesh Roshan, done his behaving entrance in 2000 with a blockbuster “Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai”.
Touching roughly dual decades in Hindi filmdom, a actor has been a partial of several films like Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham, Koi… Mil Gaya, Krrish, Dhoom 2, Jodhaa Akbar and Guzaarish.
“It’s been 17 years given we done my entrance in Bollywood and as we demeanour back, it’s unequivocally sentimental for me. My time in a attention has taught me a lot and helped me grow into a chairman we am today. My career in a cinema has been unequivocally rewarding and we delight any moment,” pronounced Hrithik.
He feels “more evolved” each year and with each film.
Is there anything he would like to change about his journey?
“Not during all! It has been an extraordinary tour so distant and hopefully there is a lot some-more to come. Not usually did we get a possibility to be a partial of some extraordinary films, though also work with some unequivocally gifted people,” he said.
Hrithik, 43, says he wouldn’t change a thing about how his veteran life has incited out.
“I have no regrets and we wouldn’t change a thing,” pronounced a father of two, who was married to Sussanne Khan.
The actor was final seen on shade in “Kaabil”, where he portrayed a blind male seeking punish for his wife’s murder. The Hindi film attention has seen a remarkable swell of message-based films in a attention in a new past.
Asked if he feels Bollywood is saying a new proviso where films with messages and traffic issues are holding over blurb films, he said: “Indian cinema is a largest in a universe and has stood a exam of time, creation it so unique.”
Films have a clever impact on a audience, he feels.
“Cinema in India is a biggest form of party and with a good impact on people. In today’s day and age, we feel films have turn a absolute middle to broach a summary to a audience,” he said.