At 50 years old, Hrithik Roshan has this physical status:
Roshan was supposed to make his screen debut as a lead actor opposite Preity Zinta in Shekhar Kapur's Tara Rum Pum Pum. Rather, he appeared in his father's romantic drama Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000) opposite Ameesha Patel, another debutante. Rohit, an aspirant singer who was fatally wounded in the shooting, and Raj, an NRI who falls in love with Patel's character, were two roles played by Roshan. He trained with actor Salman Khan to bulk up physically, learned to improvate his diction, dancing, fencing, and riding. Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai was one of the highest-grossing Indian films of 2000, with worldwide sales of over 800 million (US$10 million). Critics loved his work; Suggu Kanchana on Rediff.com wrote, "[Roshan] is fine." The ease and style with which he dances, emotes, and fights make it seem that this is his first film. He seems to be the most promising of the new batch of celebrity sons we have been exposed to." At the annual Filmfare Awards, IIFA Awards, and Zee Cine Awards, Roshan was recognized for her work. He was the first actor to win both Best Debut and Best Actor awards the same year. Roshan was established in Bollywood as a leading actor. Since being a hit overnight, the actor was left a difficult life, particularly the demands on his time.
Khalid Mohammed's crime drama Fiza, Rosshan's second book, portrayed an innocent Muslim boy who has become a terrorist after the 1992-93 Bombay riots. Roshan appeared in the film to expand his horizons as an actor. Fiza, co-starring Karisma Kapoor and Jaya Bachchan, was moderately successful at the box office, and Roshan's appearance earned him his second award for Best Actor at the Filmfare festival. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama praised him as the company's top talent, praised his "body language, his diction, his expressions, [and] his overall persona." Roshan appeared in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's adventure drama Mission Kashmir (2000) alongside Sanjay Dutt, Preity Zinta, and Jackie Shroff. The film, which was shot in the valley of Kashmir during the Indo-Pakistani wars, was a financial success, and it was a huge success. Roshan was taken to his ambiguous role as a young man traumatized by the discovery that his adoptive father was responsible for the death of his entire birth family. Roshan "brightens the screen with his magnetic presence," Adarsh says. His body language, as well as his expressions, is sure to earn him accolades."
Roshan appeared in two films in 2001, the first of which was Subhash Ghai's Yaadein, a romantic romance that reunited him with Kareena Kapoor and reunited him with Shroff. Despite being highly awaited, Yaadein was mocked by critics; critics chastised the director for relying on Roshan's commercial appeal in The Hindu. Roshan appeared in Karan Johar's ensemble melodrama Kabhie Gham alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, and Kareena Kapoor. After Johar had seen a rough cut of Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, he was cast as Rohan Raichand, Bachchan's younger brother who plans to reunite him with his adopted son (played by Khan). Kabhie Gham... finished as India's highest-grossing film of the year and one of the country's most profitable Bollywood films, grossing $11.6 billion (US$17 million) worldwide. Anjum N wrote for Rediff.com lauding Roshan as "the surprise scene stealer" who praises the established stars for being on his own against the established actors. Roshan was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for his role.
Aap Mujhe Lagne Lage, a part of Vikram Bhatt's romance in 2002, reunited him with Ameesha Patel, but the box office did not succeed, as did Arjun Sablok's romance Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (2002), in which he co-starred Saif Ali Khan and Esha Deol. Roshan's last role in a Yash Raj Films production, the high-profile Mujhse Dosti Karoge, was released earlier this year. Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor co-starring. The romantic drama was heavily promoted before its debut and gained a following around the world, but not in India. Sooraj R. Barjatya's Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon was cast alongside Kareena Kapoor for the fourth time in another commercial setback, as well as Abhishek Bachchan. Roshan was dubbed a "one-trick pony" by the media, who predicted that his film's failure would end his career.
Roshan's career began to recover after she appeared in Koi Mil Gaya (2003). Rohit Mehra, a developmentally disabled young man who comes into contact with an extraterrestrial being, is the subject of the film, which requires him to lose nearly 8 kilograms (18 lb). "I could live my childhood [again]. Roshan recalls the experience of acting in the film fondly: I could eat as many chocolates as I wanted. "I became a baby, and everyone was so concerned about me." Carolyn Jess-Cooke drew comparisons between the character and Forrest Gump, portrayed by Tom Hanks in the titular film, but Roshan dismissed this idea. Film analysts were split on their view of the film, with some of them compared the film's plotline to that of 1982 Hollywood's E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial was the extra-terrestrial, but Roshan's praises were unanimous. "how flesh and blood Hrithik's performance in a 2010 retrospective of the Top 80 Iconic Performances of Bollywood" Filmfare wrote "how flesh and blood Hrithik's act is." He claims he is the part simply because he looks like it. Watch him laugh, cry, or bond with his remote controlled alien friend, as well as note his nuanced turn. Roshan was "the turbojet that lifts the film to the realm of the extraordinary," a Rediff.com commentator said. Koi Mil Gaya was one of the year's most well-reced Bollywood films, grossing 83.3 million (US$10 million) worldwide, and Roshan received both Filmfare Awards for Best Actor and Best Actor (Critics).
Roshan coproduced with Amitabh Bachchan and Preity Zinta on Farhan Akhya (2004), a fictionalized coming-of-age story set against events from the 1999 Kargil War. He appeared in the item number "Main Aisa Kyun Hoon" (choreographed by Prabhu Deva) which was also popular with audiences. Roshan found it "one of his most challenging films" of his career, and said it made him respect soldiers. Though trade journalists expected the film to do well, it failed to gain a large audience. It has earned cult status in India over the years. At the Filmfare and Zee Cine festival, Roshan received Best Actor nominations for the film. Roshan's versatility and his transformation from a carefree youth to a tenacious and brave soldier were lauded by BBC Manish Gajjar. Tatsam Mukherjee of India Today described his role as his best work in the film in 2016, quoting his scene before the climax.
Roshan was not seen on television again until 2006, with three new launches, including a cameo at the end of the year in the romance I See You. In his father's superhero film Krrish, he costarred with Naseeruddin Shah and Priyanka Chopra. It was a sequel to his family's film Koi... Mil Gaya, and it featured him in two roles: the title superhero and his character from the original film. Roshan travelled to China to prepare with Tony Ching for the cable jobs that would be required to make his character fly. Roshan tore the hamstring in his right leg and broke his thumb and toe during his work. With a worldwide sales of 1.2 billion (US$16 million), Krrish became the third-highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2006. At the 2007 Screen and the International Film Academy Awards, it was named Best Actor awards. Roshan was considered a key character of the film by Ronnie Scheib, who claimed that he "pulls off the film's wilder nonsense with a smutty smile."
Roshan received his third Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his role as an enigmatic master thief in Dhoom 2 (2006), an action sequel co-starring Aishwarya Rai, Bipasha Basu, and Abhishek Bachchan. Rajeev Masand, a film critic, praised his stunts, saying he "keeps the film together and somehow draws your attention away from the film's numerous flaws." Roshan was excited to play an anti-hero with heroic characteristics for the first time. Roshan lost 12 pounds (5.4 kg) for the role, as well as skateboarding, snow boarding, rollerblading, and sand surfing, at the behest of the film's producer Aditya Chopra. With earnings of more than $1.5 billion (US$19 million), Dhoom 2 became India's highest grossing film at that time, a distinction that had existed for two years. He appeared in the 2007 melodrama Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Bollywood actors starring many Bollywood actress Shanti Film Actor melo Shanti Film Act Shanti Film melo Shanti Film melo In the actor In the Bollywood Film Actor In the actor Andree In the actor In the actor In the Bollywood Actor In the Bollywood Actor In the actor and Act Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Actor a Comedian Film In the Bollywood Film Film Shanti Film In the Bollywood Film In the Om Shanti Film In the Om Shanti Film In the Bollywood Film In the Om Shanti Film In the Bollywood Film In the Om Shanti Film In the actor Shanti Om Shanti Film In the Bollywood Film In the Om Shanti Film in the actor In the Film In the Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Om Shanti Film In the Om Shanti Film In the actor In the Film In the Bollywood Film In the Bollywood In the In the Oppositv.
Roshan was cast in Ashutosh Gowariker's Jodha Akbar, a partially fictionalized account of a marriage of convenience involving Mughal emperor Jalaluddin Akbar (played by Roshan) and Rajput princess Jodha Bai (played by Rai). Roshan, according to a Gowariker, possessed the regal look and physique to play the role of a king. Roshan developed sword-fighting and horse-riding, as well as Urdu lessons for the role. Jodhaa Akbar's worldwide earnings reached 1.2 billion (US$15 million). Roshan's appearance earned him his fourth Filmfare Best Actor Award. Roshan's performance was generally applauded by critics. Roshan, according to Raja Sen.com, is a very good Akbar. There are moments when his inflection seems too modern, but the actor gives the performance his best, delving into the character's skin and staying there." Roshan starred in the popular product number "Krazzy 4" from the film of the same name in 2008.
Roshan appeared in and starred "Kites in the Sky" for the multi-national romantic thriller Kites (2010), following a small role in Zoya Akhtar's Chance by Chance in 2009. He played a man running a green card scam in Las Vegas in which he has married 11 different women in exchange for money in the film, which was produced by his father. Kites debuted on a record-breaking 3000 screens, becoming the first Bollywood film to break into the North American top ten. However, the film eventually failed at India's box office and was given critical feedback. This was attributed to the website Box Office India's multilingual discussions. Matthew Schneeberger wrote an article about Roshan "overacts." A lot. He nails a few scenes in Kites, but bungles many more, especially the film's tragically bad ending."
Roshan then collaborated with director Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the film Guzaarish (2010), in which he appeared as Ethan Mascarenhas, a former magician suffering from quadriplegia who died after years of struggle, has appealed for euthanasia. Roshan was skeptical about the role but decided to participate in the project after reading the film's history. He interacted with paraplegic patients in order to understand his role better. "I used to spend six hours with the patients," the patient's doctor says, first every week and then every month. I used to go to find out what they go through, what they think, and what their needs are. "They've taught me a lot of things." He also trained with a Ukrainian magician to direct the film's magic tricks and lifted his weight to appear the part. The film didn't do well at the box office, but critics were raving about it and Roshan's performances. Roshan and Rai's chemistry were described by a Zee News reporter, who added that they "break the Bollywood mould of stereotypes." Roshan was given the Zee Cine Award for Best Actor (Critics) and nominations for Best Actor (Critics) and Best Actor (Zee Cine Award for Best Actor) at Filmfare, IIFA, and Zee Cine Award for Best Actor.
Roshan appeared in Zoya Akhtar's ensemble comedy-drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara in 2011 as three friends embarking on a bachelor journey where they tackle their insecurities. As she considers Roshan to be her favorite actor, she casts him in the role of an uptight workaholic. Roshan recorded the song "Seorita" with his co-stars and Marl Mar Fernández for the film's soundtrack. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara was released to rave reviews, and Roshan's work was lauded. "Hrithik Roshan once more brings real depth to his character," Rajeev Masand said in a stunning performance. He's shy and restrained, but his character's inward journey with his intensity will make it to an all-consuming conclusion." The film earned $1.5 billion (US$19 million) worldwide, and it was Roshan's first commercial success in three years. He made a special appearance in Farhan's Don 2 later this year.
Roshan's only film appearance on screen in 2012 was in Agneepath, a retelling of the 1990 film of the same name. Vijay Deenanath Chauhan, a common man who desires revenge against an unscrupulous man for framing and murdering his father, was portrayed by Rishi Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt, and Priyanka Chopra. Roshan was initially skeptical of being cast in a role played by Bachchan but then considered it seriously before agreeing. He didn't find his role to be completely different from the original film. Roshan suffered a painful back injury during production in one of many accidents. Due to the exhaustion he felt while filming, he called Agneepath "the hardest [project] I've ever worked in my life." The film met Bollywood's highest opening-day earnings record and had a worldwide gross of 1.93 billion (US$24 million). Roshan "takes the fire and soul into Agneepath," according to a Firstpost reviewer. The actor received the Best Actor in a Drama for the third time, having won previously for Guzaarish and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara.
Roshan appeared in the third installment of the Krrish film series --Krrish 3 (2013), which also starred Priyanka Chopra, Vivek Oberoi, and Kangana Ranaut. Roshan was injured while standing down, causing back pain. Critics said that the film was amusing but lacking in originality, but Roshan's performance drew acclaim. Roshan's editor, Komal Nahta, praised the actress for playing three different characters in the film. Krrish 3 earned more than $33.93 billion (US$49 million) worldwide, making it one of the best-grossing Indian films of all time. Roshan received his third and fifth Filmfare awards for his appearances in Krish 3, as well as a 2014 action film Bang Bang Bang!, a reimagining of the 2010 Hollywood release Knight and Day and one of the most expensive Bollywood films. Roshan was the first actor to perform a flyboarding stunt on film, portraying an eccentric secret agent who plans to track down a terrorist. Roshan sustained a head injury during a stunt stunt and underwent brain surgery at the Hinduja Hospital under Dr. B. Misra's command to treat subacute-subdural hemogloba. Critics Mohar Basu wrote on Bollywood news website Koimoi, "pitch perfect" and "breez[ed] through his performance," he wrote. The film earned 3.4 billion (US$43 million) in global ticket sales, making it one of the most lucrative Indian films.
Roshan was paid 500 million (US$6.3 million) for his role as a farmer in Ashutosh Gowariker's Mohenjo Daro (2016), a record-breaking remuneration for an Indian actor. He underwent three months of preparation to build the "lithe" and "agile" physique for his job. Despite being a highly awaited launch, it failed commercially, and commentators were generally unimpressed. Anupama Chopra wrote that Roshan "pours his soul into every scene, dismissing the film as a "unintentional comedy." However, the burden of carrying this leaden, cartoon-like story proves too much, even for his Herculean shoulders." Roshan was last seen alongside Yami Gautam in Sanjay Gupta's Kaabil (2017), a romantic drama about a blind man who avenges the rape of his blind wife. Roshan hid himself in a room for four days to ensure authenticity in his portrayal, and avoided personal contact with others in order to avoid contact with them. The film's reviews were generally favorable, with special praise for Roshan's appearance. Meena Iyer of The Times of India found his performance to be his best to date, and Shubhra Gupta of The Indian Express described him as "the only bright spot in this turbulent mess of a film." Around the world, the film earned 1.96 billion (US$25 million).
Roshan appeared in two films in 2019, first in Vikas Bahl's biographical film Super 30, based on mathematician Anand Kumar and his eponymous educational program, after two years of screen absence. Roshan employed a Bhagalpur trainer to learn Bihari accents for the role. The film was released to mixed reviews, but it was a commercial success, grossing 2 billion (US$25 million) worldwide. Although Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV found Roshan miscasting him in his role, Khaleej Times' Michael Gomes called it one of his best performances. Roshan's greatest commercial success in this year's most burgeoning Bollywood film, the 4.75 billion (US$59 million)-earning action thriller War, was his most lucrative Bollywood film. The film, Roshan's first film with Yash Raj Films since Dhoom 2, tells the tale of an Indian soldier (Tiger Shroff) who was charged with killing his ex mentor (Roshan) who has gone rogue. The film and the performances were praiseworthy, and Rajeev Masand praised Roshan and Shroff for their contribution to the film, "bringing swag to the big stylish sequences and a visceral energy to the one-on-one punch-ups."
Roshan's next appearance appeared in Vikram Vedha (2022), a Tamil film of the same name. Vikram, a police inspector (Saif Ali Khan), who aims to track down and kill Vedha (Roshan), a gangster, is the protagonist of the film. Critics also praised it. Rachana Dubey of The Times of India praised Roshan's work, saying that he "is menacing, ruthless, and very emotional in parts." Roshan will appear in Siddharth Anand's action film Fighter (2023), starring Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor.