It's only the results that matter : Hrithik Roshan

Published On: 2012-10-26

Author: Shaikh Ayaz

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It's only the results that matter, says Hrithik Roshan



Source: Dna India 

By: Shaikh Ayaz 

Sunday, April 30 



Hrithik Roshan gets candid about 'Krrish', designing a signature clothes line and good 'bonding'. Priyanka Chopra's ex-secretary Prakash Jaju might have threatened to stop the release of 'Krrish' if she doesn't clear his dues, but Hrithik Roshan is hardly perturbed. "It is a needless controversy, and I shouldn't be reacting," says the actor who is standing firmly behind Chopra. "Jaju has been an irritant in Priyanka's life. The sooner she's free of him, the better," he says. What's really on his mind at the moment is his upcoming film, 'Krrish'. 


While he isn't allowing himself to be carried away with the pre-release reactions, there is an unmistakable air of quiet confidence. "This initial excitement does not matter. It is all hype and doesn't guarantee success. It's the results that matter," he explains. Ask him whether 'Fanaa' will be a tough competition to 'Krrish' and he says, "'Fanaa' should be interesting. Because it has Kajol and Aamir, I am looking forward to it. And of course, to my film too," he laughs. "Both are different genres and both should work." But what throws him off a bit are the various conjectures being thrown around on the status of Ashutosh Gowariker's 'Akbar-Jodha', in which he's starring opposite Aishwarya Rai for the first time. "From what I know, the film's very much on. It's happening as planned," he says. 


Even for 'Dhoom II', which he shot for in Brazil, everything is turning out just fine. "That was a wonderful schedule," he recalls."On an outdoor shoot, you bond well with your co-stars and hence it is always special. And better bonding results in better work." Hrithik says he really enjoyed his anonymity in Brazil. "The best part was that I could roam the beaches and not get mobbed," he laughs. Besides his films, Hrithik is also trying his hand at something he's never attempted before — for his signature range in John Player's, for which he is a brand ambassador, the actor is giving his design inputs to give the series a stamp of his personal style. "It's been interesting so far. It's something I haven't done before, so I am relying on my instincts. But I don't want to blow my own trumpet yet," he says. Is he getting any help from designer wife Susanne? "Yeah, she's conditioned me so much so that I can judge for myself now."