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Hrithik Roshan

On 2003, Koi Mil Gaya, Lakshya and why he isn’t a one-film wonder

Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan
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Your gamble with Koi Mil Gaya has worked.
Surely, it has given me the confidence to keep moving in the untried direction.

But were you tense?
It was the biggest risk of my career and it paid off. Doing this character and then waiting for the audience verdict was the most tormenting time of my life.

But before KMG, were you rattled when people called you a one-film wonder?
It never rattled me. It may have been cruel. But it was the truth. It gave me a reason to fight back.

You were called the best and the worst performer of the year for Koi Mil Gaya and Main Prem Ki Deewani Hoon.
Cinema is the director's medium. Sooraj Barjatya had the character completely etched in his mind and I did exactly what he told me to do in MPKDH. But I stand by the film and the performance.

You experimented with the role in KMG?
I had a free hand to interpret Rohit's character. No one knew how I'd walk till I came on the sets.

In 2004, you're doing just one film.
Yes,...
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