After the release of Kaabil, Hrithik Roshan has been mum about scripts and projects he might be looking into. He has finally broken silence about one such project i.e. Super 30, a biopic on mathematician Anand Kumar.
Working with Vikas Bahl, the film is most likely to be his next release. The actor spoke to DNA After Hrs giving some insight on his plans and preparations for the film. Hrithik met Anand regarding the film and had many healthy conversations aside from the film as well.
Calling his journey inspirational, the actor talked about his approach towards the role-
“That is a very individualistic approach. You don’t have to mimic or mirror someone to play them in a film. You need not be identical, so why even try doing that? That’s one way to do it, maybe. But the other way is to narrate a story and to project the emotions in the best way that suits the actor. It depends on how you want to play it. For me, it’s not important to be exactly like the person who I’m playing. I didn’t even do it for Akbar. It’s purely the emotional journey that needs to be communicated.”
In the past seven months none of the projects that he has been linked to were made official. However, regardless of his involvement in the project the actor says “It’s too early to get into such details. I am also looking at many other scripts. Nothing is official right now. But yes, this seems like a very, very good journey for me to collaborate on. We have to wait for the official announcement.”
And wait we will!