Honestly made films transcend language barriers, says Hrithik
Mumbai: Despite all the hype and hoopla surrounding his latest release ‘Kites’, Hrithik Roshan is all praise for his upcoming film and says that sincerely made movies cross language barriers. The versatile actor is looking forward to be a part of such projects in near future.
Talking to reporters on sincerity in cinema and his latest release ‘Kites’, Hrithik said, "Of course, I want to dance and do all the things that made me what I am today. But, I want to do that with honesty. `Dhoom 2` was an honest film. It promised fun, action and item numbers. It was a film which you could sit back and enjoy with your popcorn. Where as `Kites` is a slice of life...real and intense. You cannot put `Dhoom` songs in the story track."
When asked whether the release of ‘Kites’ is a key to Hollywood, a modest Hrithik said, "That`s not my call. I react to scripts. Every film has its own destiny no matter where it has been made."
Explaining the poor fate of Indian films film at the international level, the 36-year-old star said, "We use songs as a way of garnering an initial for a film even if it does not fit into the scheme of things and the world that the film is supposed to be in. We are very happy in our little pond and we know what works here and what does not. This is very commercially manipulated and those are not the kind of films I would want to do anymore."
Speaking about ‘Kites’, Hrithik said, "The film is a simple, straight forward love story. I play a street smart guy...he is a loner, living a hand to mouth existence. His mission in life is to become rich as he believes money will end all his sufferings."
(With PTI inputs)