Hrithik Roshan Biography

Hrithik RoshanHrithik Roshan is an Indian film actor who was born in January 10, 1974. He has won 6 Filmfare awards till date and has successful filming career in Bollywood. He is among the most attractive male celebs in the country. He was born to a Punjabi family in Mumbai and he comes from Hindi cinema personalities. He is the son of famous director and producer Rakesh Roshan and his mother Pinky, is the daughter of director and producer J. Om Prakash. Rajesh Roshan, his uncle is a music director. Roshan did his schooling in Bombay Scottish School and attended Sydenham Collage to graduate in Commerce.

In childhood, he had stammering problem in childhood. He was just 6 years old when he faced this speech disorder which still annoys him today. In an interview, he revealed that he used to fall sick, get a sprain, break his hand and does everything to bunk school during oral tests. When he started speech therapies every day, things got improved eventually. Roshan married daughter of Sanjay Khan, Sussanne Khan on December 20, 2000. Both Sussanne and Hrithik know each other since they were 12. They grew up in same friends circle in Juhu. But Hrithik was very shy to express his feelings.

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Hrithik and Sussanne went in relationship around 4 years before marriage. They have two sons Hridhaan (born 2008) and Hrehaan (born 2006). On his right hand, he has two thumbs which are hidden in most of his films, except Koi… Mil Gaya. In fact, the alien Jadoo was designed with two thumbs in the film. On December 13, 2013, both Sussanne and Hrithik decided to end their relationship that lasted 17 years. On November 1, 2014, Bandra Family Court finalized their divorce.

Producer-Director J. Om Prakash, who is his maternal grandfather, brought Hrithik on screen when he was just 6 years old in Aasha (1980). He secretly got him into the film without letting him know and he danced really well. Over the next years, everything happen is described as “Lucky Mascot” period by him. In most of his un-credited roles in most of the film projects of the family, his only responsibility was to bring luck to their project and have fun. He was appeared in Aap Ke Deewane (1980) in a song “Ram Kare Allah Kare” produced by Rakesh Roshan

In Aas Paas (1981), he was seen passing a love letter to Hema Malini from Dharmendra on a song “Shehar Main Charche Hain”, produced by J. Om Prakash. When he got 12 years old, he got the first speaking role as an adopted son of Govinda’s character in the film “Bhagwan Dada (1986), produced by J. Om Prakash. After graduating, Roshan got a scholarship for Master’s Degree for higher studies in the US to focus on it along with films. He learned filmmaking and started off with sweeping floors, passing tea and coffee to actors. Then he progressed to more desired roles like camera work, story development, editing and direction. He became the assistant director to support Rakesh Roshan in films like Koyla (1997) and Khel (1993).

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Throughout 1980s, he played various small roles being a child artist. In 2000, Roshan finally made his Bollywood debut in the romantic thriller produced by his father, Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai, opposite Amisha Patel. For his splendid performance, he earned Filmfare Awards for Best Male Debut and Best Actor. He played lead roles in other films like Mission Kashmir (2000), Fiza (2000), and blockbuster hit, Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001). He did several commercially and critically failed films. Finally, he starred in sci-fi Koi… Mil Gaya (2003) and sequels, Krrish and Krrish 3. He bagged Filmfare Award for Koi… Mil Gaya as Best Actor. In action-adventure, Dhoom 2 (2006), he got another Filmfare as Best Actor.

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