No tiff with Gowariker, says in­tro­spec­tive Hrithik

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Front Page - Yashika Mathur

With his re­cent re­lease Kaa­bil still go­ing strong at the box of­fice, the cel­e­bra­tions are con­tin­u­ing for ac­tor Hrithik Roshan. Talk­ing about the suc­cess and fail­ure he has en­dured in his 17-year ca­reer, he says that he al­ways knows the fate of his films even be­fore they’re re­leased.

“I have never been dis­ap­pointed with the re­sult of any of my films, be­cause I al­ready know, af­ter see­ing the first cut of the film, how good or bad it is,” says Roshan.

Be­fore the re­lease of Kaa­bil, there were re­ports of a tiff be­tween Roshan and Ashutosh Gowariker, the di­rec­tor of Roshan’s 2016 bigticket re­lease Mo­henjo Daro. It was re­ported that the fail­ure of the `150 crore film started a blame game. Trash­ing those re­ports, Roshan says, “That’s im­ma­ture. Mak­ing a film in it­self should be a ful­fill­ing process. If you don’t en­joy that, then you only have your­self to blame. So, I’m not a per­son who ever blames an­other. The fail­ure of Mo­henjo Daro was a very cen­tring ex­pe­ri­ence — in the fail­ure, you seek the truth and the truth re­ally sets you free.”

About Kaa­bil, pro­duced by his fa­ther Rakesh Roshan, the ac­tor said ear­lier, “This is a huge vic­tory. I want to thank all the Kaa­bil fans for mak­ing this hap­pen. I feel es­pe­cially happy for my fa­ther, who re­mains one of the few ac­tive and suc­cess­ful non-cor­po­ra­tised film pro­duc­ers.”

I have never been dis­ap­pointed with the re­sult of any of my films, be­cause I know, af­ter see­ing the first cut, how good or bad it is HRITHIK ROSHAN, AC­TOR

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