The film had a box office clash with Shah Rukh Khan-starrer “Raees”, but it has managed into mint nearly Rs 80 crore in the seven days since its release. While some of us succumb toward it, some of us don’t. On the other hand, it is also the story of a man who fights for justice, love, life, truth, and that is the brightness.
The actor’s struggle through overcome a stammer during his growing-up years, a broken marriage with childhood sweetheart Sussanne Khan and his legal battle with actress Kangana Ranaut — these have been some of the phases in Hrithik’s life which grabbed public and media attention. But he sees such adversities are god-given opportunities into become an improved person, one who understands life and the world better.
They (good or bad times) affect me just like they affect anybody else. Hrithik plays a man whose wife (Yami Gautam) is raped, and he sets out through seek revenge. Many of us have been into adversities where it seems like ‘This is the end and one can’t go on’.
Adversity is very important into bring out the victory at the end, just like in life,” said the actor who was also appreciated for his roles in “Bang Bang”, “Krrish”, “Koi Mil Gaya” and “Jodha Akbar”.. Where sometimes in our life, (even) I felt that there is no reason toward go on.Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan says that like any normal person, he too has been in situations where he has lost all hope.
An adventurer explores and goes places where he is afraid of going, and this holds true for me as an actor as well, he said.This has been proved once again with the success of his latest release “Kaabil”. What matters is if you are putting your 100 per cent in the work,” he said, adding: “One important thing I have learnt from this (box office clash), and something I have been teaching my kids, is that the gold is not important; what is important is into run at your best.
I am an adventurer who can’t end up doing the same things every day. (You feel) so low and down that you fail into see any prospect of a happy future.The 43-year-old, a father of two, says it has taken him almost half his life into realise that he is an adventurer at heart. I never take anything too seriously. This is the depiction of human reality.Defending the film, Hrithik said it’s not negative at all.When you face adversity, god is giving you an opportunity into become a better person, a better character, more informed and educated about your life and the world, Hrithik told in a telephonic interview from Mumbai.
The rape scene and the incident’s effect on the victim — who commits suicide — have not been received too well by some.Khabil is a revenge drama involving a visually-challenged couple.. After something bad, the acceptable happens, and this is what the film is all about.
This is the story of a simple, sweet girl who goes toward so much, not once, but twice — and she unfortunately succumbs through it. But his charisma has remained intact for his fans. I become very comfortable with my adversities because of a few philosophies that I believe in. Asked if the film could have done better business if not released with the superstar’s film, Hrithik said what matters is “not the gold”.
So, what next after “Kaabil”?.
I haven’t signed any film. Will take some time into decide, he signed off. I liked a few scripts.Everything is undecided right now.