Hrithik RoshanSuper Star's Bio

Hrithik Roshan Bio & Filmography

Hrithik Roshan, Hrithik Roshan Age & Family, Hrithik Roshan Religion, Hrithik Education

Hrithik Roshan

hrithik roshan
hrithik roshan

Hrithik Roshan is an Indian actor who appears in Bollywood films. He has portrayed a variety of characters and is known for his dancing skills. One of the highest-paid actors in India, he has won many awards, including six Filmfare’s, four for Best Actor and one each for Best Debut and Best Actor. His full name is Hrithik Rakesh Nagrath. Hrithik Roshan Has a different color eye’s, He has a hazel green eye color.

Hrithik Roshan Age & Family

Hrithik Roshan Age & Family
Hrithik Roshan Age & Family

Hrithik Roshan’s mother’s name is Pinkey Roshan and Rakesh Roshan is his Father’s name, he Born: January 10, 1974 (age 46 years), Mumbai, India. He married with Sussanne Khan (m. 2000–2014). Hrithik Roshan has two Children and they are Hridhaan Roshan, Hrehaan Roshan. Hrehaan Roshan was born on 28 March 2006 (Age 12 Years) in Mumbai, India.

Hrithik Roshan Religion

Hrithik Roshan Religion
Hrithik Roshan Religion

Despite their religious difference—Roshan is a Hindu and Khan is a Muslim Roshan says that he equally valued her beliefs. Hrithik Roshan is a SARASWAT BRAHMIN. Hrithik is a grandson of Roshan Lal Nagrath. Nagrath in Punjab is a surname of Saraswat Brahmin. He is not from the Khatri caste.

Hrithik Educational Background

Hrithik Educational Background
Hrithik Educational Background

Hrithik Roshan Studied Bombay Scottish School, Mumbai, Then he studied Sydenham College, Mumbai. His Educational Qualification Bachelors of Commerce from Sydenham College, Mumbai.

Hrithik Roshan Relation Status

Hrithik Roshan Relation Status
Hrithik Roshan Relation Status

Hrithik Roshan married Sussanne Khan, daughter of actor Sanjay Khan, in 2000 after dating for four years. The couple ended their 17-year-old relationship in 2013 and got divorced a year later.

Why Hrithik top star

Why Hrithik top star
Why Hrithik top star

The action hero charges Rs 40-45 crores per films and his net worth is Rs 600 crores. ‘Super Hero’ Hrithik Roshan is a top star and was in the list of highest-paid actors of Bollywood in 2016. He charges approximately Rs 40 crore per movie. Hrithik Roshan’s net worth is Rs 2,680 crore.

Hrithik Roshan Physical condition

Hrithik Roshan Physical condition
Hrithik Roshan Physical condition

Hrithik Roshan suffered from a chronic subdural hematoma, a type of hematoma, usually associated with traumatic brain injury. … Due to this condition, the actor suffered severe headaches and a CT scan and an MRI revealed that he was suffering from a subdural hematoma, a brain condition normally seen in those above 65.

Hrithik Roshan Adress

Hrithik Roshan Address
Hrithik Roshan Address

Residence House Address: El Palazzo, Juhu, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. Hrithik Roshan Phone Number: NA. Hrithik Roshan Whatsapp Number: NA. Hrithik RoshanEmail Id: teamhrithikroshan@gmail.com or hrithikteamconnect@gmail.com

Hrithik Roshan All Movies & Award’s

Hrithik Roshan All Movies & Award’s

Hrithik Roshan has frequently collaborated with his father. He made brief appearances as a child actor in several films in the 1980s and later worked as an assistant director on four of his father’s films. His first leading role was in the box-office success Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000), for which he received several awards. Performances in the 2000 terrorism drama Fiza and the 2001 ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… consolidated his reputation but were followed by several poorly received films.

The 2003 science fiction film Koi… Mil Gaya, for which Roshan won two Filmfare Awards, was a turning point in his career; he also appeared in its sequels: Krrish (2006) and Krrish 3 (2013). He earned praise for his portrayal of a thief in the 2006 adventure film Dhoom 2, Mughal emperor Akbar in the 2008 historical romance Jodhaa Akbar and a quadriplegic in the 2010 drama Guzaarish. He played the lead in the 2011 drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, the 2012 revenge film Agneepath, the 2014 action comedy Bang Bang!, the 2019 biopic Super 30, and the 2019 action thriller War. The lattermost ranks as his highest-grossing release.

Roshan has also performed on stage and debuted on television with Just Dance (2011). As a judge on the latter, he became the highest-paid film star on Indian television. He is involved with several humanitarian causes, endorses several brands and products and has launched his clothing line. Roshan was married for fourteen years to Sussanne Khan, with whom he has two children.

Roshan’s grandfather, Prakash first brought him on-screen at the age of six in the film Aasha (1980); he danced in a song enacted by Jeetendra, for which Prakash paid him ₹100. Roshan made uncredited appearances in various family film projects, including his father’s production Aap Ke Deewane (1980). In Prakash’s Aas Paas (1981), he appeared in the song “Shehar Main Charcha Hai”. The actor’s only speaking role during this period came when he was 12; he was seen as Govinda, the title character’s adopted son, in Prakash’s Bhagwaan Dada (1986). Roshan decided that he wanted to be a full-time actor, but his father insisted that he focus on his studies. In his early 20s, he was diagnosed with scoliosis that would not allow him to dance or perform stunts. Initially devastated, he eventually decided to become an actor anyway. Around a year after the diagnosis, he took a chance by jogging on a beach when he was caught in a downpour. There was no pain, and becoming more confident, he was able to increase his pace with no adverse effects. Roshan sees this day as “the turning point of his life.”

Roshan attended Sydenham College, where he took part in dance and music festivals while studying, graduating in commerce. Roshan assisted his father on four films—Khudgarz (1987), King Uncle (1993), Karan Arjun (1995) and Koyla (1997)—while also sweeping the floor and making tea for the crew. After pack-up, Roshan would enact Shah Rukh Khan’s scenes from Koyla and film himself to make a judgment about his performance as an actor. While he assisted his father, he studied acting under Kishore Namit Kapoor.

Roshan was originally scheduled to make his screen debut as a lead actor opposite Preity Zinta in the canceled film Shekhar Kapur’s Tara Rum Pum Pum.[23] Instead, he starred in his father’s romantic drama Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000) opposite another debutante, Ameesha Patel. Roshan played dual roles: Rohit, an aspiring singer brutally killed after witnessing a murder, and Raj, an NRI who falls in love with Patel’s character. To prepare, he trained with the actor Salman Khan to bulk up physically, worked to improve his diction and took lessons in acting, singing, dancing, fencing, and riding. With global revenues of ₹620 million (US$8.7 million), Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai became the highest-grossing Indian film of 2000. His performance was acclaimed by critics; Suggu Kanchana on Rediff.com wrote, “Roshan is good. The ease and style with which he dances, emotes, fights, makes one forget this is his debut film. He seems to be the most promising among the recent lot of star sons we have been subjected to.” For the role, Roshan received Best Male Debut and Best Actor Awards at the annual Filmfare Awards, IIFA Awards, and Zee Cine Awards. He became the first actor to win both Filmfare Best Debut and Best Actor awards the same year. The film established Roshan as a prominent actor in Bollywood. The actor found life hard after his overnight success, particularly the demands on his time.

In his second release, Khalid Mohammed’s crime drama Fiza, Roshan played Amaan, an innocent Muslim boy who becomes a terrorist after the 1992–93 Bombay riots. Roshan appeared in the film to expand his horizons as an actor. Co-starring Karisma Kapoor and Jaya Bachchan, Fiza was moderately successful at the box office, and Roshan’s performance earned him a second nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare ceremony. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama praised him as the production’s prime asset, commending his “body language, his diction, his expressions, [and] his overall persona.” Roshan next appeared in Vidhu Vinod Chopra’s action drama Mission Kashmir (2000) alongside Sanjay Dutt, Preity Zinta, and Jackie Shroff. Set in the valley of Kashmir during the Indo-Pakistani conflicts, the film addressed the topics of terrorism and crime and was a financial success. Roshan was drawn to his complex role of a young man traumatized by the discovery that his adoptive father had been responsible for the death of his entire birth family. In Adarsh’s opinion, Roshan “brightens up the screen with his magnetic presence. His body language, coupled with his expressions, is sure to win him plaudits.

In 2001, Roshan appeared in two films, the first of which was Subhash Ghai’s Yaadein, a romantic drama which paired him with Kareena Kapoor and reunited him with Shroff. Although highly anticipated, Yaadein was reviled by critics; in The Hindu, Ziya Us Salam Criticised the director for relying on Roshan’s commercial appeal. Roshan next had a supporting role in Karan Johar’s ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham. alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol, and Kareena Kapoor. He was cast as Rohan Raichand—the younger son of Bachchan’s character who plots to reunite him with his adopted son (played by Khan)—after Johar had watched a rough cut of Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… finished as India’s second highest-grossing film of the year, and among the most successful Bollywood films in the overseas market, earning over ₹1 billion (US$14 million) worldwide. Writing for Rediff.com, Anjum N described Roshan as “the surprise scene-stealer”, praising him for holding his own against the established actors. Roshan received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor for his performance.
In 2002 Vikram Bhatt’s romance Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage reunited him with Ameesha Patel but failed at the box office, as did Arjun Sablok’s romance Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (2002). Roshan’s final role that year was in a Yash Raj Films production, the high-profile Mujhse Dosti Karoge! co-starring Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor. The romantic drama was heavily promoted before its release and made money internationally, though not in India. In another commercial failure, Sooraj R. Barjatya’s Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, Roshan was cast alongside Kareena Kapoor for the fourth time and Abhishek Bachchan. The press labeled Roshan a “one-trick pony” and suggested that the failure of these films would end his career.

Hrithik Roshan Carrer

Hrithik Roshan Career
Hrithik Roshan Career

Roshan’s career began to revive with a starring role in Koi… Mil Gaya (2003). The film, directed and produced by his father, centers on his character Rohit Mehra, a developmentally disabled young man, who comes in contact with an extraterrestrial being—a role that required him to lose nearly 8 kilograms (18 lb). Roshan recalls the experience of starring in the film fondly: “I could live my childhood [again]. I could eat as many chocolates as I wanted. I became a baby and everybody was so caring towards me.” In the book Film Sequels, Carolyn Jess-Cooke drew similarities between the character and Forrest Gump, portrayed by Tom Hanks in the titular film, but this idea was dismissed by Roshan. Film critics were polarised on their view of the film—some of them negatively compared its storyline to the 1982 Hollywood release E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial—but were unanimous in their praise for Roshan. In a 2010 retrospective of the Top 80 Iconic Performances of Bollywood, Filmfare noted “how flesh and blood Hrithik’s act is. Simply because he believes he is the part. Watch him laugh, cry or bond with his remote-controlled alien friend and note his nuanced turn.” A Rediff.com critic agreed that Roshan was “the turbojet that propels the film to the realm of the extraordinary.” Koi Mil Gaya was the most popular Bollywood film of the year, earning ₹800 million (US$11 million), and Roshan won both Filmfare Awards for Best Actor and Best Actor (Critics).

Hrithik collaborated with Amitabh Bachchan and Preity Zinta on Farhan Akhtar’s Lakshya (2004), a fictionalized coming-of-age story set against events from the 1999 Kargil War. He also featured in the item number “Main Aisa Kyun Hoon” (choreographed by Prabhu Deva) which proved popular with audiences. The film earned Roshan Best Actor nominations at the Filmfare and Zee Cine ceremony. Manish Gajjar of the BBC praised Roshan’s versatility and his transformation from a carefree youth to a determined and courageous soldier.

Roshan was not seen on screen again until 2006, with three new releases, including a cameo at the end of the year in the romance I See You. He co-starred with Naseeruddin Shah and Priyanka Chopra in his father’s superhero production Krrish. A follow-up to his family’s production Koi… Mil Gaya, it saw him play dual roles—the title superhero and his character from the original film. Before production, Roshan traveled to China to train with Tony Ching for the cable work that would be needed to make his character fly. He sustained several injuries during production. For example, he tore the hamstring in his right leg and broke his thumb and toe. Krrish became the second-highest-grossing Bollywood film of 2006 with worldwide revenue of ₹1.17 billion (US$16 million). It garnered him Best Actor awards at the 2007 Screen and the International Indian Film Academy Awards. Ronnie Scheib of Variety considered Roshan a prime asset of the film, noting that he “pulls off the pic’s wilder absurdities with considerable panache.”

For his role as an enigmatic master thief in Dhoom 2 (2006)—an action sequel co-starring Aishwarya Rai, Bipasha Basu and Abhishek Bachchan—Roshan won his third Filmfare Award for Best Actor. The film critic Rajeev Masand called him “the heart, the soul, and the spirit of the film”, and praised his stunts, concluding that he “holds the film together and even manages to take your attention away from its many flaws.” Bored by playing the “good guy”, Roshan was excited to play a villain for the first time. At the request of the film’s producer Aditya Chopra, Roshan lost 12 pounds (5.4 kg) for the role and learned skateboarding, snowboarding, rollerblading and sand surfing. With earnings of ₹1.5 billion (US$21 million), Dhoom 2 became the highest-grossing Indian film of all time, a distinction it held for two years. In the 2007 melodrama Om Shanti Om, he made a cameo alongside several Bollywood stars.

In 2008, Roshan was cast in Ashutosh Gowariker’s Jodhaa Akbar, a partly fictionalized account of a marriage of convenience between the Mughal emperor Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar (played by Roshan) and the Rajput princess Jodha Bai (played by Rai). Gowariker believed Roshan possessed the regal bearing and physique required to play the role of a king. For the role, Roshan learned sword-fighting and horse-riding, and also took Urdu lessons. Jodhaa Akbar earned ₹1.12 billion (US$16 million) worldwide. Roshan’s performance earned him his fourth Filmfare Best Actor Award as well as his first international award –”Best Actor” at the Golden Minbar International Film Festival in Kazan, Russia. Critics were generally appreciative of Roshan’s performance. Raja Sen of Rediff.com thought that Roshan “proves a very good Akbar. There are times when his inflection seems too modern, but the actor performs his all, slipping into the skin of the character and staying there.” Roshan ended 2008 with an appearance in the popular item number “Krazzy 4” from the film of the same name.

Following a small role in Zoya Akhtar’s Luck by Chance in 2009, Roshan starred in and recorded “Kites in the Sky” for the multi-national romantic thriller Kites (2010). In the film, produced by his father, he played a man running a green card scam in Las Vegas in which he has married 11 different women in exchange for money. Kites opened on a record-breaking 3000 screens and became the first Bollywood film to break into the North American top 10. However, the film eventually underperformed at India’s box office and received negative reviews from critics. The website Box Office India attributed this failure to its multilingual dialogues. In a review for Rediff.com, Matthew Schneeberger thought that Roshan “overacts. A lot. In Kites, he nails a few scenes but bungles many more, particularly the film’s catastrophically bad ending.

Latest Movies of Hrithik Roshan

Latest Movies of Hrithik Roshan
Latest Movies of Hrithik Roshan

War – war is a successful film in India. Hrithik Roshan did the main character Kabir was his name in the film he is a raw agent and the tiger shroff name was Khalid and he did the villain part. So the film is a total action category. There is an awesome story about what happens in the movie.

Song’s of the films were also great. The special thing is Kabir and Khalid have a strong fighting stance. They both show off their stong built body what is so impressive. Hrithik Roshan has made a great cut at the box office at 20 Salta due to the superheat ‘Super 1’, ‘War’.
Soon Hrithik started working on the weak floor. Meanwhile, the actor was reportedly signed with the United States ‘California Talent Management Agency’ Grace. He also said that the Grace Agency will introduce Hollywood to Hollywood and watch it so that those projects are shot in India. The world market for the entertainment world is now much bigger.

So it might be time to work with the story and character in other places around the world, “said Amrita’s manager Amrita in an interview to Deadline. Siddharth Anand directs the film “War”, Aditya Chopra predicate, Abbas Tyrewala written, discourse Screenplay by -Shridhar Raghavan, Siddharth Anand.

The storify created by Aditya Chopra, Siddharth Anand. promoting by the film Hrithik Roshan, Tiger Shroff. Music makes Vishal–Shekhar, recorded by Sanchit Balhara, Ankit Balhara. feature film by Benjamin Jasper and edited by Aarif Sheikh. it’s a Yash raj film,War release date is 2 Oct 2019 in India. War Budget ₹150 crores and Box office feedback est. ₹475.50 crores .

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