I don’t feel like giving 100% to any role ever, says Hrithik
Mumbai: Deeply disturbed by the poor Box Office show of ‘Guzaarish’, Hrithik Roshan has finally made up his mind not to give all for a role now.
Hrithik, who played the role of a wheelchair bound quadriplegic in Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s ‘Guzaarish’, feels that he is mentally and emotionally drained out.
Talking to a daily, Hrithik spoke at length about the sad plight of ‘Guzaarish’. “It was sad to see people writing off the movie immediately after the release. You put in so much of effort, do something different than the usual stuff and than to be outrightly rejected like this, hurts. I had given all my efforts to shape up this role," said the actor. The rejection left Hrithik with a firm thought. "I don`t feel like giving 100% to any role ever. I am absolutely disillusioned," he said.
However, in his low phase, Hrithik was comforted by Shah Rukh Khan, who reportedly connected with him and helped him sail through times. A close friend of Hrithik said, “Lows and highs are part of your work and it`s natural that one gets affected by it. But to plunge into despair if things didn`t work out as per our expectations can be disastrous. And the sad fate of a movie at the BO has got to do with a lot of factors of the film than just the hero”.
Hrithik, who started his career as a child actor says that his best is yet to come as he signed off saying, “Only after biggest failures comes biggest success. I am learning it now.”
Now that’s pearls of wisdom from Hrithik Roshan!