Hrithik Roshan since his debut is known for his groovy moves and a sheer masculine presence on the screen. After Super 30, we’ll see him in a face-off with someone who has been hailed as this era’s Hrithik Roshan – Tiger Shroff.
Be it HR’s signature ‘Ek Pal Ka Jeena‘ step from Kaho Na Pyaar Hai or that mind-blowing physical transformation in Krrish – we’ve seen various shades of his acting over the years. Along with us, Tiger Shroff has also been a fan of Hrithik and he knows it.
Hrithik has expressed his wish of working with Tiger many-a-times and in this upcoming YRF actioner, we’ll finally see them together. In a very exciting interview with GQ, Hrithik revealed a lot of interesting things. On how he thrives on a good story in the film he said, “I’m not a very good actor, I’m not the fittest guy. I’m the opposite of these things, so movies for me, are difficult [to make]. It takes a lot out of me to do the simplest things that other actors do instinctively. That’s why I need to find stories that fuel me to go through the entire process — to wake up at 6 o’clock, to take the aching back, knees, shoulders, the broken bones, and do what I do. Super 30 just hit it out of the park for me, especially the climax.”
He also opened up about working with Tiger Shroff, adding “After doing movies like Kaabil and Super 30, I needed a force that would drive me to be my best. I was getting too complacent, and I felt only Tiger had the power to stand in front of me,” he laughs, “and make me look like a piece of sh*t. I don’t think anyone else would’ve ignited me the way he has.”
He surely missed being in his zone while going movies like Kaabil & Super 30. To which he said, “I’ve done some very lonely characters, and now I want to have fun. My YRF film with Tiger has been so enjoyable. So I’m open to doing more of these two-hero films and ensembles, as well as incredible one-off characters in smaller films. Right now, I’m looking for the niches, as well as the big fun projects.”