‘I AM EN­JOY­ING MY BACH­E­LOR­HOOD’

...says ac­tor Hrithik Roshan who has moved into a new house, that many are re­fer­ring to as his bach­e­lor pad

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Prashant Singh prashant. singh@ hin­dus­tan­times. com How is bach­e­lor­hood treat­ing you? You re­cently moved into a house that many are call­ing your ‘bach­e­lor pad’… On the work front, you have been busy with di­rec­tor Ashutosh Gowariker’s next for a long time

Ac­tor Hrithik Roshan stunned his fans when he an­nounced in 2013 that he and his wife of 13 years, Sus­sanne Khan, were sep­a­rat­ing. The cou­ple di­vorced last year. Known to be ret­i­cent, Hrithik never spoke about the di­vorce or his life as a sin­gle man. Now, for the first time, the 41-year-old speaks about his bach­e­lor­hood. Ex­cerpts.. Well, noth­ing much has changed in that sense (smiles). But I am en­joy­ing that. Aur kya boloon main

(what else should I say)? I don’t want to say much, but it’s fan­tas­tic. I am lov­ing it (smiles). Yes, it is tak­ing time, but we are hav­ing a great time (work­ing on it). We are mak­ing a great film, and I am ex­tremely proud of it. I am en­joy­ing work­ing with Ashutosh for the sec­ond time (af­ter Jod­haa Ak­bar; 2008). The rest is for ev­ery­one to see, how it takes shape even­tu­ally. But I think it’s a great film. Well, all I can say is there will be two-three new an­nounce­ments very soon. It’s not fi­nalised yet. I haven’t signed the film, but we are in talks. It’s ab­so­lutely per­fect. It was bad, but some­times through the bad, some­thing amaz­ing hap­pens. Through this bad, I have found a way to make my back the strong­est it has ever been. I don’t think I will ever have an is­sue with any part of my body again. The kind of things I have learnt is amaz­ing. I found a good doc­tor, so I am all good and sorted now. You learn (in sit­u­a­tions like th­ese) how to be pa­tient, cre­ative, and not to waste your time sit­ting and won­der­ing. In­stead, you should keep mov­ing. Things ul­ti­mately set­tle down, and the body heals it­self. Plus, as long as your mind is healthy and cre­ative, and you stay fo­cused on things that you are en­thu­si­as­tic about, even if you are in bed, your body will heal.

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