Will do More Than One Film in 2016: Hrithik Roshan

Published: 10th January 2016 10:41 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th January 2016 06:30 AM   |  A+A-

Hrithik Roshan

MUMBAI: Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan, who turned 42 today, has decided to take up more than one project this year unlike the past when he would do one film at a time.

The actor said his upcoming period drama "Mohenjo Daaro" has taken the entire year which has made him reconsider doing more than one movie.

''Mohenjo Daaro' has taken the entire year. Again, it forces me to re-decide that this year I am going to do more than one film. I've planned it that way that this year I am going to do more than one film, let's see,' Hrithik told reporters at his birthday celebration here.

The "Bang Bang" star said he feels very "special" on his birthday and thanked his fans for all the love.

"I had a party with friends last night...I feel very special, very blessed that I am living such a fantastic birthday. Thank you to all my fans and friends, thank you so much," the actor said.

Hrithik said he has come a long way from being a "shy, introvert" child to an outgoing person.

"Earlier, I was very shy, so it's a very good sign of being from shy and introverted to the kind of what I feel now... To spread love. I think I've done well," the actor said.

The "Guzaarish" star is very enthusiastic about year 2016 being a "special" for him.

"I've started this year on a very happy note, it's going to be full of happy things. I am very enthusiastic that something special will happen for sure," he said.

Hrithik also said that love is "all around" him and he feels it "everywhere" he goes.


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