Hrithik Roshan has managed to carve his niche in the entertainment industry and has also experienced his fair share of highs and lows. Over the years, the actor is known for his stellar performances in films Kaho Na Pyar Hai, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, War, Super 30 and others. Now, a throwback video of the WAR actor opening up on the importance of separating work and personal life is making rounds on the internet. In the video, Hrithik talks about how no one is going to do anything for you in the work world and one needs to earn it. Watch!
In a video shared on Instagram from a throwback interview of Hrithik Roshan with Komal Nahta, the Super 30 actor said, “Don’t go emotional ke he told me how much he loves me and stuff, so he’ll do this for me. No one is going to do anything for you.” When the interviewer added that there are no free lunches in the work world, Hrithik added, “There are no free anything’s.”
Roshan continued, “Especially in the work world, you have to understand, emotions are there. Everybody’s your brother, everybody’s your best friend, it’s great, you will leave it, he will give it back, don’t fake it, but, over and above that, understand and realise that this is a work world.” As the actor spoke on the work world, he spoke about the importance of separating work and personal life. He added, “Your world should actually be outside this. You come here, you work, you get what you need from here, and you go back and create your world.” Hrithik then mentioned how if one does not have a personal life from outside the work world, he/she is going to be depressed. He added that the reason behind it would be that you trust people and one will always be let down by others. Watch the actor talk!
Meanwhile, as Hrithik Roshan spoke on understanding the difference between work and personal life, he also mentioned how it’s important to separate both. Also Read: Team Kangana Ranaut Takes A Dig At Hrithik Roshan For Wishing Taapsee Pannu A Happy Birthday; Says, 'Taapsee Is Collecting The Crumbs'
Image source: Instagram/ Hrithik Roshan