Published On: 2012-05-14

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Karishma Upadhyay.

“When you see Prem for the first time, you’ll be taken by surprise,” says Hrithik. “He is full of life and has a pure conscience,” he explains.

“You will realise the difference when you watch the film. The previous Prem was subtle, more romantic and charming while, in this film Prem’s in your face.”

Another good boy role for Roshan Jr. All the characters, except Fiza and Mission Kashmir, that the actor has played since Kaho Na...Pyar Hai have been an extension of the Mr Perfect. “I am sick of using the same five adjectives to describe my character.

I’ve become stuck in the image of being clean, fun and of pure conscience.” When asked if his directors are to be blame for this, Roshan mulls and says, “I don’t think so. When the likes of Subhash Ghai, Karan Johar and Sooraj Barjatya offer a film, he would be stupid to refuse just because he’s played a similar character in another film.”

From the dizzy heights of stardom to have column inches dedicated to obit for his acting career, Roshan’s seen it all. “I have also found what people had to say about my career very entertaining. I was supposed to be God at one point and now I am finished. Its all a part of the game and I have learnt the rules,” he smirks.

While learning the rule, he also realised that his each appearance on-screen has to give the viewer something more. “Until now, the audiences have seen the same Hrithik in every film. I have now realised that an experiment would make each film more challenging for me.”

Busy with dubbing for the Forest Gump-meets-ET film Koi Mil Gaya, Hrithik insists that his brand equity is still high. “Directors want to work with me and there are enough people in India and overseas who want to watch my films. I am nowhere close to being finished.”