“Exploding cars and punching fists is not an action for me” – Hrithik Roshan

Hrithik Roshan had a great year at the box office with Super 30 and War. Piloted by Vikas Bahl, Super 30 was a biographical drama based on the ace mathematician Anand Kumar while the war of Siddharth Anand was a hardcore action film. Over the years, Hrithik has delivered incredible action movies like the Krrish series, Dhoom 2, Bang Bang and now War. The actor in a recent interview was asked to find out what he was looking for in the script before signing an action movie. Hrithik in his response briefly explained that the script should be written intelligently. He said, “I’m looking for information; the general approach is important. The story is not only about bravado, but also about an imperfect character. There must be a contrast because generally the action movies are all about the hero opposite the villain and that is not enough. I don’t mind making a set or a movie with two heroes, but it has to be written intelligently. Exploding cars and punching fists is not an action for me. It must emanate from the attitude of the protagonist. ”

The actor from War has also revealed his intention to become a producer. He said, “Yes, my production company is actively looking for good content and my team and I have read a lot of scripts. I may not be playing in these films or I may be playing a small part, but the idea is to produce content-oriented films, life triumph stories or something that can have an impact on the public. “


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