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Top 5 Hrithik Roshan films: Our Birthday gift to Krrish!

Posted January 10, 2013 @ 15:44 pm
by mtv editor

Imagine, this actor overcame speech impediment that haunted him since the age of six; besides, he never proclaims his successes loudly and shies away from the limelight, but to forget him is a very difficult task.

Top 5 Hrithik Roshan films: Our Birthday gift to Krrish!
Sometimes you can actually tell how an actor has come of age in a movie that deals with coming of age and growing up pangs…So much so that you grow up along with him, feel his pain and become part of his story.

So today, we would like to wish Hrithik Roshan a very happy birthday by listing down his top 5 films!

Lakshya:

While the film was average at the box office; it still got a lot of critical acclaim and this was the reason the Filmfare jury gave for selecting the film in their list of Top 80 Iconic Performances, “Sometimes you can actually tell how an actor has come of age in a movie that deals with coming of age and growing up pangs…So much so that you grow up along with him, feel his pain and become part of his story. Right to the end.”

Dhoom 2:

The second film in the series starred Hrithik Roshan, which was a very good decision on the part of the producers because the franchise elevated to blockbuster status. Critics praised the film for its portrayal of exotic locations and elaborate action sequences. However, the result of the latter was that the police commissioner of Mumbai was afraid that the driving scenes would unnecessarily inspire the Indian youth to succumb to the pleasures of speeding.

Jodhaa Akbar:

Hrithik Roshan has already been given the status of a Greek god; so, it wouldn’t have been difficult for him to play the role of one of the greatest exponents of royalty. Over and above that, the film was directed by the director of the Academy Award nominated film Lagaan, Ashutosh Gowariker. The film has won the Audience Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the São Paulo International Film Festival, two awards at the Golden Minbar International Film Festival, seven Star Screen Awards and five Filmfare Awards, in addition to two nominations at the 3rd Asian Film Awards.

Guzaarish:

Even though, the film is a copy of the Spanish film called The Sea Inside, there is no denying that the role played by Hrithik Roshan was a difficult one. Besides, the issue dealt was not one that the audience engages with often.
 
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara:

In many ways, this film reminds of Farhan Akhtar’s Dil Chata Hai, but in a more modern setting. The plot follows the journey of three friends, Arjun, Imraan and Kabir, who have been together since their childhood. The main story unveils on their trip to Spain where, Hrithik Roshan aka Arjun slowly overcomes his problem of workaholism and falls in love with Laila.

Now it’s time for you’ll to quickly go catch up on these movies and give us your ratings for each in the comments box!

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