Hrithik Talks To Brit-Asian about ZNMD

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Hrithik Roshan Talks To Brit-Asian On New Movie ‘Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara’



Source: Brit Asia 

Date: July 15, 2011 



Brit-Asian’s Bollywood correspondent Supriya Davda spoke to the award winning actor Hrithik Roshan about his upcoming film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and his latest venture Just Dance… 


Tell us about your new film Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara and the role you play? 


Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara is a completely fresh offering in terms of Indian cinema. It’s a beautiful, humorous and extremely human road trip film, which takes three male friends on the ultimate bachelor party trip across Barcelona. It ends up being a journey of self-discovery for each of them in different ways and forces them to re-evaluate their lives. I play a character called Arjun, a financial trader based at a large, London firm. Arjun lost his father at a young age and subsequently saw a very tough life. As a result, he is extremely driven and determined to succeed and get ahead. 



Much of the shooting for the film took place in Spain. How was your experience there? 


It was awesome – breath-taking landscape, big-hearted people and steeped in history and culture. Barcelona is just amazing and extremely rich in culture and beautiful architecture too. 



You worked with people you are friends with, was the experience easier personally? 


It’s always great to be working with friends – both Farhan and Zoya have been friends of mine since childhood and Katrina, Abhay and Kalki were great- co-stars too! However, you have to be conscious of differentiating your personal with your professional relationship when working together. We share such a natural relationship, but we remember to keep our working hats on when we are working. 



From your perspective, what is the USP of ZNMD? 


Zoya’s magic touch. The film is a completely fresh and innovative Indian film offering – I expected no less of her. 



Why should people come to watch the film? 


The film will appeal to audiences of all ages, male and female. It’s a film that I think will make a connect with everyone as it is a very human and relatable film. Its feel-good, has a strong message and is a beautiful film work. Obviously you all will be the judge of that, but I have full faith that you will love this movie. We collectively put our hearts and souls into this film – it was a labour of love for the entire cast and crew – and I’m sure that will reflect on screen. 



What do you feel about your small screen debut through ‘Just Dance’? 


When I first heard the concept of the show, I was amazed. It was just like reading a script. You start to identify yourself with your script, concept. Its concept made me believe that I should be part of it.