Wednesday, September 6, 2023

Ameesha Patel on the actor's 'disturbed' state following back-to-back flops: "Hrithik Roshan was the most influential guy in India after the PM, and


Ameesha Patel said that Hrithik Roshan was extremely upset after his movies began slumping in a steady progression, and that he was discounted by the very crowd that made him a short-term genius.

Entertainer Ameesha Patel, who made her presentation with the blockbuster film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai and afterward followed it up with another success, Gadar: Ek Prem Katha, said that Hrithik Roshan trusted in her when his movies weren't working and hers were. She expressed that after their large presentation, Hrithik turned into 'the most influential man in the country' after the state leader, however the very crowd that had placed him on that platform cut him down.

In a meeting with Siddharth Kannan, Ameesha said that she is still in contact with Hrithik, and that his dad, producer Rakesh Roshan, sent her a sweet message praising her on the progress of Gadar 2. The film has made more than Rs 506 crore in India up until this point, and is on target to beat Pathaan's unsurpassed record (for a Hindi film) of Rs 543 crore.

She stated, "He was working with the best directors... Sooraj Barjatya, Subhash Ghai, Yash Raj Films, even a film with me, and nothing worked immediately after Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai." We used to talk about this on set... One Friday, Hrithik Roshan becomes the most powerful person in this country after the PM, and the next Friday, people don't like his movies. What sort of world is this? Yet, I think Hrithik is a demi-god, he's a Greek god, he's a whiz until the end of time. Talent cannot be destroyed.

Ameesha stated that when she observed Hrithik being elevated to a pedestal and then being dragged to the bottom by the same individuals, she "felt bad." They said he's a one-film marvel, and they started contrasting him with past one-film ponders. Giving someone this tag is such a sad act. Also, when I heard that declaration, after three years, of Rakesh uncle with Koi… Mil Gaya, I was like, 'Presently he will return'."

"We were doing Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, and we would talk," she went on to say. We would shoot on the set a day after his film had slumped, and he used to be extremely upset, obviously. Our most memorable film was a particularly enormous hit, obviously the defeat will hit you harder. Also, he's telling me, 'Yet Ameesha, aapne toh dusri film Gadar de di, principal flop de raha hoon aap Gadar de rahe ho (Yet you did Gadar and I did flops)'. I told him not to stress, in light of the fact that the tables will unavoidably turn." Ameesha conceded that Hrithik was being impacted by 'comparitive examination'.

As of late, while praising the twentieth anniverary of Koi… Mil Gaya, Rakesh Roshan thought back on what a troublesome time Hrithik was having before its delivery. " Sadly, none of his films did well after Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai and before Koi... Mil Gaya. His last film additionally, Primary Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, it delivered two months before my film, that likewise didn't get along nicely. Furthermore, I thought, 'Koi… Mil Gaya shayad koi dekhne ko na aaye (Consider the possibility that no one comes to watch my film)," he told Bollywood Hungama.

Hrithik is currently among the greatest Bollywood stars of his age. He conveyed the greatest hit of his profession in 2019, War, and was most recently seen in Vikram Vedha. He will next be found in the movie Contender, which will rejoin him with his Conflict chief Siddharth Anand.

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