Hrithik Roshan has gone through a life filled with extreme lows and incredible highs. For a man who was told at the age of 21 that he could never act or dance, due to a spine condition called scoliosis, Hrithik has emerged victorious in every struggle that life has thrown at him.
However, the superstar says, success to him doesn’t mean money or fame.
“Success to me doesn’t mean fame, doesn’t mean money. Success to me is becoming the best version of yourself” Hrithik told IANS.
“If you’re able to connect with people, if you’re certain enough to say ‘I can do this’, if you manage to have enough variety in your life, if you’re not stuck in a monotonous everyday journey, that to me is success. It’s not about the money or the fame, not about working hard, that’s all great but it should come as a consequence of being the best version of yourself,” he added.
The actor, who recently divorced his wife Sussanne Khan, is currently busy with his upcoming film ‘Mohenjo Daro’ which is scheduled to release in August 2016 – almost two years after his last film ‘Bang Bang’. The Ashutosh Gowariker film also stars Pooja Hegde in the lead.