Last Updated on 2024-02-07 by Admin
Top 10 Hrithik Roshan Films: Hrithik Roshan, often hailed as the ‘Greek God’ of India, epitomizes a physique chiseled by divine hands, captivating looks that stir even the most impassive hearts, electrifying dance moves that leave onlookers in awe, and acting prowess that resonates with both the elite and the masses. Below are some must-watch movies featuring Hrithik Roshan that showcase his exceptional talent.
Hrithik Roshan truly shines in “Kaabil,” where his exceptional performance steals the spotlight. Portraying a visually impaired man seeking justice, Hrithik delivers his most sincere performance since “Koi… Mil Gaya.” Despite the film’s conventional Bollywood revenge storyline, Hrithik’s portrayal is both poised and intense, especially in the action sequences. His portrayal feels entirely authentic, and it’s worth noting that he performed all the voice impressions in the film himself.
09. Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai
In recent years, there hasn’t been a more impactful debut than Hrithik Roshan’s. This film catapulted him into superstardom almost overnight. Produced, written, and directed by his father, Rakesh Roshan, it was precisely crafted to be a platform for Hrithik’s success. While the storyline may seem familiar with its Bollywood clichés, it was Hrithik’s performance that truly stood out. He effortlessly portrayed the lead role, earning him both the Filmfare awards for Best Debut and Best Actor.
08. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham
In the quintessential Bollywood family drama of the 21st century by the renowned Karan Johar, a stellar star cast graced the screen. With the likes of Amitabh and Jaya Bachchan, Shahrukh Khan, Kajol, Kareena, and our very own Hrithik Roshan, it was easily one of the largest ensembles seen. While some may argue his role was merely supportive amidst such stalwarts, sharing screen space with icons like SRK and Mr. Bachchan is no easy feat. Nevertheless, Mr. Roshan effortlessly held his ground in this family entertainer, delivering a performance that was both heartfelt and humorous when needed, always exuding charm.
‘Krrish’ introduced a new world of superhero excitement for many Indians unfamiliar with DC and Marvel Comics lore. This marked the Roshans’ third successful outing, with Hrithik Roshan earning praise for his stylish portrayal of the titular character. The film’s success led to the birth of a franchise, culminating in ‘Krrish 3,’ which became one of the highest-grossing films at the box office.
In the role of a magician turned quadriplegic after an accident, Hrithik Roshan sheds his usual glamor, dance moves, and style. Yet, his undeniable charm remains. His portrayal is nuanced and sensitive, truly embodying the character. While the film may feel manipulative at times, the emotional impact of the ‘final goodbye’ scene is largely thanks to Hrithik’s brilliant performance.
In this compelling Farhan Akhtar directorial, Hrithik Roshan portrays a carefree and directionless individual who undergoes a profound transformation upon joining the Indian National Army, discovering his ultimate purpose, or ‘Lakshya’, in life. The film resonates deeply with its motivational narrative, showcasing Hrithik’s stellar performance amidst a backdrop of remarkable acting by Preity Zinta and the ever-brilliant Amitabh Bachchan. ‘Lakshya’ stands as a testament to Hrithik’s evolution as an actor, particularly during a period when many of his films struggled to make an impact.
After Mr. Bachchan’s legendary portrayal of ‘Vijay Deenanath Chauhan’ in the original ‘Agneepath,’ there were big shoes to fill. Hrithik Roshan initially hesitated to step into the role for the remake. However, he eventually took it on, opting not to revisit the original film as he wanted to bring his own interpretation to the character. The remake received immense praise upon its release, silencing any doubts or criticism.
03. Koi… Mil Gaya
After a string of disappointing performances both commercially and critically, many critics and journalists wrote off Hrithik Roshan as a one-trick pony. However, his father, Rakesh Roshan, came to the rescue once again with the 2003 film “Koi…Mil Gaya.” In this iconic Indian sci-fi film, Hrithik portrays an intellectually disabled boy who accidentally summons aliens to Earth and forms a unique bond with one of them. It’s undoubtedly his finest performance to date, showcasing his versatility as an actor. Hrithik steals the show with his portrayal, earning him numerous accolades including the Best Actor award at major award ceremonies.
02. Jodhaa Akbar
In Ashutosh Gowariker’s grand epic, Hrithik Roshan took on the majestic role of the Mughal emperor Akbar, opposite Aishwarya Rai as Jodhaa Bai. The film delves into the intriguing alliance between their characters. Gowariker expressed his choice of Roshan for the role, citing his commanding presence and physicality befitting a royal. Roshan’s portrayal is nuanced yet powerful, capturing Akbar’s complexity with grace. His performance earned him another Filmfare Award and garnered international acclaim.
01. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara
In some scenes, Hrithik’s presence is overshadowed by two other prominent actors, but that’s when he’s not pushing too hard. He effortlessly portrays a workaholic money man who struggles to maintain his integrity. However, everything changes by the end of the first act. Following a breathtaking deep-sea diving scene, Arjun, hardened by the world of stock trading, reflects on his experience atop a speedboat. As he breaks down in tears, his eyes reveal a profound sense of regret and longing for what he’s missed in life.
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