Hrithik Roshan has revealed that it was difficult for him to laugh on screen in the character. The reason, he says, was that he was always “so stressed” and learning that “letting go” is one of the joys of his life.
On Twitter, Hrithik wrote, “It used to be very difficult for me to laugh on screen. Therefore, one is under stress all the time. Learning to let go has been one of the joys of my life. “
It was very difficult for me to laugh on screen. Therefore, one is under stress all the time. Learning to go has been one of the joys of my life pic.twitter.com/YjKBlFCyuX
– Hrithik Roshan (@rithik) 3 April 2021
It is not clear what Hrithik is referring to. But perhaps he meant that he kept a bit of stage fright even while becoming a professional actor. Fake emotion and drama do not come naturally to people and it takes years to develop the craft even if, like Hrithik, is the son of a well-known personality in the film industry.
Hrithik appeared as a child artist in several films, but this was his first film in 2000’s Kaho Naa … Pyaar Hai that in a lead role. Written and directed by his father Rakesh Roshan, the film became a hit and instantly made Hrithik a star. He has done mostly romantic and action films, and has seen both huge successes and failures in his career spanning over two decades.
Hrithik is known for films like Koi… Mil Gaya, Jodha Akbar, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Super 30. Apart from his acting, and well, feeling good, he is also famous in the country for his dancing skills.
Hrithik was last seen in battle. The action-thriller was played by Siddharth Anand and also featured Tiger Shroff. He will next appear in the remake of the acclaimed Tamil neo-noir thriller Vikram Vedha.