Hrithik Roshan has enjoyed success with both of his films this year – ‘War’ and ‘Super 30’. The actor recently spoke about how he makes his choices when choosing films.
Talking to Mumbai Mirror, the actor said, “I look for intelligence; the general approach is important. The story cannot be just about bravado but also about a flawed character. There has to be a contrast because usually, action films are all about the hero being pitted against the villain and that’s not enough. I don’t mind doing an ensemble or a two-hero film, but it needs to be intelligently written. Blowing up cars and fist-fights aren’t action for me. It should emanate from the protagonist’s attitude”.
On achieving stardom, he said, “I have realised that stardom is a huge responsibility that requires a lot of skill to bear, otherwise it becomes a burden. I feel I have gotten better at handling it with every year but it’s not easy.”
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