“Today, when I look back, I feel that I have come a long way. There have been successes and there have been failures, but most important are the lessons I learned from my failures. My failures have made me who I am today and now my choices come from a place of having learned from those failures, “says Hrithik.

Actor Hrithik Roshan debuted in Bollywood 19 years ago with “Kaho Naa … Pyaar Hai”, and has since appeared in several films covering a whole range of genres, from love stories to patriotism. His films such as “Fiza”, “Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham”, “Koi Mil Gaya”, “Dhoom 2” and “Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara” proved to be successes, although he failed to impress with a series of projects such as “Yaadien”, ” Na Tum Jaano Na Hum “,” Lakshaya “,” Comets “and” Mohenjo Daro “. Again and again, however, Hrithik has tried to demonstrate his versatility as an artist and, according to him, it was the “failure” that helped him climb higher heights.

“Today, when I look back, I feel that I have come a long way. There have been successes and there have been failures, but most important are the lessons I learned from my failures. My failures have made me who I am today and now my choices come from a place of having learned from those failures, “Hrithik told IANS.

Speaking of his film choices, the 45-year-old star, who is currently praised for his performance in his latest “Super 30” release, says he is looking for “entertaining scripts” while signing projects regardless of gender.

“Honestly, I didn’t participate in ‘Super 30’ because of the social message. I did it because it’s a great script. My father always says that if you want to give a message to society, you should make a documentary, don’t make movies. If you make a movie , it has to be entertaining. I’m not going to make a movie just because it’s a biopic about a great man. I’m going to make a movie if it’s an entertaining script, that’s it! Those are the stories I’m waiting for, “he said.

With Super 30, Hrithik continues to maintain its charm at the box office. The film raised more than Rs 146 cr in India. The Greek god of Bollywood, however, states that he doesn’t pay much attention to box office numbers. “The box office numbers have a certain level of importance, as it is a direct indication of the people who watch your movie, but I do not choose my scripts considering whether or not Rs 100 million rupees will cross. It is important that the movie be connected with the masses and entertain them. Crossing the 100 million rupee mark is just the icing on the cake. ”

With “Super 30”, Hrithik continues to maintain its charm at the box office. The film raised more than Rs 146 cr in India.

The Greek god of Bollywood, however, states that he doesn’t pay much attention to box office numbers.

“The box office numbers have a certain level of importance, since it is a direct indication of the people who watch your movie, but I don’t choose my scripts considering whether or not to cross Rs 100 crore. It is important that the film connects with the masses and entertains them. Crossing the 100 million rupee mark is just the icing on the cake. ”

For Hrithik, what matters most is experimentation.

“I’ve always tried to experiment with the characters I play. Whether it’s Rohit in ‘Koi Mil Gaya’, Rohan in ‘Kaabil’, Ethan in ‘Guzaarish’ or Anand Kumar in ‘Super 30’. I have been attracted to different characters. Now I feel more lively and trained as an actor. I am enjoying the process a lot. I have to work hard to achieve what I want, even today. There is a constant effort on my part to improve what I do and deliver what is expected of me. ” .

For Hrithik, what matters most is experimentation. “I have always tried to experiment with the characters I play. Whether Rohit in Koi Mil Gaya, Rohan in Kaabil, Ethan in Guzaarish or Anand Kumar in Super 30. I have been attracted to different characters. I feel more lively and empowered as an actor now. I am enjoying the process very much. I have to work hard to achieve what I want, even today. There is a constant effort on my part to improve what I do and deliver what is expected of me, ”he added.

After portraying a dazzling appearance in the biopic of math teacher Anand Kumar, based on Patna, in “Super 30,” Hrithik will be seen in a high-octane action avatar in “War,” which will be released in October.

After portraying a dazzling appearance in Patna Anand Kumar’s math-based biopic in Super 30, Hrithik will be seen in a high-octane action avatar in War, which will be released in October.

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