I am yet to decide what I am going to do next

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"I'm out of work after Krrish 3"

Source: Hindustan Times Date: August 26, 2012 Hrithik Roshan says that lack of inspiring scripts has left him with nothing in hand apart from his superhero sequel with dad Rakesh Sure, he’s among the top-billed actors in Bollywood. But unlike his counterparts, Hrithik Roshan has no film in hand except dad Rakesh Roshan’s Krrish 3. Rumours claim his involvement with several projects (including Karan Johar’s adaptation of the best-selling novel, The Immortals Of Meluha), but in an exclusive chat with HT Café, H.Ro (his new nickname) clarifies he has signed none. “At the moment, I haven’t signed anything besides Krrish 3. So I am going to be out of work after wrapping it up,” laughs Hrithik, in spite of speculation that he’s doing another film with Johar, co-starring Kareena Kapoor, Kabir Khan’s next with producer Sajid Nadiadwala and Shekhar Kapur’s ambitious Paani. “None of them are true. Immortals is just an idea and so far, it hasn’t taken any shape. As for Paani, there’s no development from my front. I am yet to decide what I am going to do next,” says the Agneepath actor. Ask Hrithik why is he isn’t accepting any of the offers he’s receiving and he smiles, “I don’t know. Maybe I am waiting for the right script to inspire me. Or possibly, people who have something inspirational (in terms of script and storyline) aren’t coming to me.” Currently, Hrithik is busy with Krrish 3, which also stars Vivek Oberoi, Kangana Ranaut and Priyanka Chopra. The film, in all likelihood, will be next year’s big Diwali release. Besides wrapping up the sequel to the 2006 hit, Hrithik is believed to be making his father’s 25th anniversary as a director special. He has apparently chalked out a plan to meet his father’s contemporaries — Rishi and Neetu Kapoor, Aruna Irani, Rekha, Randhir Kapoor and Jeetendra besides directors, cameramen and technicians — to get them talking about their association with his father. He will then present the footage as an audio-visual.