Hrithik Roshan is back in the run of Bollywood A-listers after his last outing War with Tiger Shroff became the highest grosser of the year and Super 30 too performed well at the box office.
Fondly called the Greek God of Bollywood, Hrithik recently revealed that the high stardom come with a price tag? "The price is that you have to bear responsibility. You have to bear the social responsibility. You have to be accountable for things you say. You have to have a little sacrifice of your privacy," Hrithik told IANS.
The actor, however thinks that even though stardom comes with pros and cons he has nothing to complain. "But it's a small price because stardom can be used for a lot of good things. There's a lot of thing you lose and gain as well. So, I don't think there should be any cause to complain," he said.
The actor who had been amidst controversies several times from his divorce with Suzanne Khan to alleged relationship with Kangana Ranaut, the actor wants take every situation as an opportunity. “You can't fight what is happening, so you have to be on top of it and control it. When that happens you become stronger and and a better person. It's all good," added Hrithik
Hrithik has been experimenting with content, too and with super 30 he made a simple Indian man as Anand Kumar, life a movie.
"The change is actually is in the way we are detecting content now. It's becoming more real and people are connecting to it. The melodrama is gone and even the acting is very real. That change is making content seem more solid," he said.
Hrithik is yet to announce his next movie but rumours are doing rounds that he has been roped in for Farah Khan’s upcoming ‘Satte Pe Satta’ remake with Anushka Sharma.