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Hrithik Roshan: How Reel Life Characters Help in Real Life

Hrithik Roshan: How Reel Life Characters Help in Real Life

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 Aug 2018 10:41 AM GMT

Indian Superstar Hrithik Roshan, expresses some 'good tips', how his reel life character helps him in real life. Following this, he said that today the relationships are at the 'mercy' of how the 'typed sentence is interpreted in SMS and Whatsapp. Sharing a video on the Instagram day before yesterday, Hrithik said that, his film “Koi... Mil Gaya”, which clocked 15 years of its release, gave birth to a “newfound strength” in him.

Directed by his father Rakesh Roshan, the Hindi film "Koi... Mil Gaya" is a story of a mentally challenged youth named 'Rohit" and who later befriends an alien. He was a boy with a stutter.

Hrithik said that 'Rohit' (the character) helped him understand every single thing and made him realize how everything that ‘is’ was simply meant to be. He had helped him to understand that strength was not as important as courage. And it was ok to have weaknesses. Following this, Hrithik added, "Ok with your weaknesses in itself was courage". He further added that the character 'Rohit', had also taught him never to assume what people are thinking. He taught him never to read the minds of others like people usually do often in his age (Rohit) through SMS and Whatsapp. He took things at face value or based on evidence.

Hrithik has given a good tip for today’s generation who should know that you can never really communicate the tone while typing the words.

Currently, Hrithik is working on his upcoming movie "Super 30", which is a biopic on Anand Kumar, a mathematics wizard and teaches 30 meritorious and talented candidates each year from economically backward sections, for the entrance examination of the Indian Institute of Technology. The movie will be directed by Vikas Bahl, backed by Reliance Entertainment and Phantom Films and will be out by November this year.

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