Hrithik Roshan Biography
Hrithik Roshan is a leading Bollywood actor and a versatile actor. He was born in Mumbai on January 10, 1974. His father Rakesh Roshan is a director of Bollywood and has directed many hit movies. Hrithik Roshan married Sussanne Khan, daughter of actor/director Sanjay Khan. Their first child, a baby boy, Hrehaan was born on March 28, 2006.
As a child artist Hrithik Roshan acted in films like Aasha, Aap Ki Deewane (1980) and Bhagwan Dada (1986). When he grew up he assisted his father in directing the films Karan Arjun (1995) and Koyla (1997). Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai(2000) was his debut film as an hero. In the film he was paired with debutante actress Amisha Patel. The film was directed by Rakesh Roshan was an instant success. The film made its way to the Limca Book of Records in 2003 for winning the maximum number of awards won in Bollywood.
In the same year he acted in Fiza and Mission Kashmir , which were not as successful as his debut film. The characters played by him in the films are diverse and he gives life to them. Hrithik gave some of the biggest hits of Bollywood like Koi Mil Gaya(2003), Krrish(a sequel of Koi Mil Gaya, released in 2006) and Dhoom 2(a sequel of Dhoom,released in 2006). All these movies were the highest grossing films in their respective years of release.
Hrithik Roshan received many Film Awards, some of them are:
- Filmfare Best Male Newcomer Award for Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai(2000)
- Filmfare Best Actor Award for Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai(2000)
- Zee Gold Awards: Best Supporting Actor for Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham(2001)
- Filmfare Best Actor Award for Koi Mil Gaya(2003)
- Filmfare Best Actor Critics Award for Koi Mil Gaya (2003)
- Star Screen Best Actor Award for Koi Mil Gaya(2003)
- Stardust Best Actor Award for Lakshya(2004)
- Star Screen Best Actor Award for Krrish(2006)
- Filmfare Awards: Best Actor Award for Dhoom 2(2007)
- Zee Cine Awards: Best Actor Award for Krrish(2007)
Other honors and recognitions won by Hrithik Roshan are:
- “Rajiv Gandhi Young Achiever Award”(2003)
- “Awadh Award”(2003)
- “Sahara Awadh Samman”(2006)