Anything difficult is my axis point to growth: Hrithik Roshan

Published: 22nd September 2013 11:40 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd September 2013 11:47 AM   |  A+A-

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By IANS

In an interactive session with students of Global Indian International School (GIIS) here Saturday, Bollywood star Hrithik Roshan said that he likes challenges of all kinds - be it in acting or dancing, as he believes overcoming difficulties help in his growth.

A student named Khushi Verma of sixth grade asked the actor whether he enjoyed acting or dancing more.

He replied: "I like it when it gets difficult, whether in acting or dancing. Whenever something gets difficult, I know this is my axis point to growth. The modular I live by is that the finest steel must go through the hottest fire."

Hrithik and his filmmaker father Rakesh Roshan were here for the GIIS Leadership Lecture Series. As a role model and achiever in the field of performing arts, Hrithik has influenced many young minds and the students are said to have been enthralled by his presence and success stories, read a statement.

While interacting with students in Singapore, there was an opportunity for GIIS students from campuses in India, Malaysia and Japan to interact with Hrithik through a video conference.

He introduced his forthcoming movie "Krrish 3", and expressing joy at meeting the students to whom he said that there is a superhero like his character Krrish in every one of us.

Headquartered in Singapore, the GIIS network of schools is run by the Global Schools Foundation (GSF) and has campuses in seven Asian countries.

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