We think #HrithikRoshan taking a dig at his #MainPremKiDiwaniHoon act is the coolest thing on the Internet right now! Full conversation goes live tomorrow on our Youtube channel: https://t.co/scCwRNZFpQ. Location Courtesy: @thejgstudio. pic.twitter.com/7TSOkD4yao— Film Companion (@FilmCompanion) January 5, 2020
2019 had been a great year for Hrithik Roshan and the actor’s films WAR and Super 30 both did well at the box-office. His film WAR went on to break records, and proved that Hrithik Roshan is one of the most versatile stars in Bollywood. Not just his fans, even people from the film fraternity were all praise for this hunky superstar. Apart from being an outstanding actor, Hrithik Roshan also has a great sense of humour and he put in on full display recently during an interaction with film critic Anupama Chopra.
During the recent interaction with Anupama Chopra, Hrithik was asked by a member of the audience, if he was ever asked to play a character that he found really difficult from the acting perspective. If so, what method did he follow to play such a character? Hrithik Roshan chose to answer it jokingly and mentioned that his role in Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon was a tough one. He said, “Yeah and I failed terribly. There was uh…a film that I did called Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon,” and then pauses for a few seconds, letting the audience have their fill of laughter. Then, making a joke on the character he played in the film, he says, “A very happy, a very uppity character doesn't come very naturally to me, and even if you try, really hard, which I did.” Then he jokingly goes on to mimic his character and the audience is left in splits. Check out the video:
It’s very rare that we see actors joke about their own characters, so it was definitely fun to watch! Meanwhile, there are reports suggesting that Hrithik Roshan may be cast as Lord Krishna in Deepika Padukone’s home production Mahabharat. According to a report in Deccan Chronicle, producer Madhu Mantena is in talks with Hrithik Roshan to play the role of Lord Krishna, and that the logistics are being worked out.
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