Man of the moment Hrithik Roshan who is riding high on the success of his recently released action thriller "Bang Bang" opened up about his life, singlehood and re-marriage.
The actor, for whom the movie's success is definitely a milestone, spoke at length about the shortcomings and how he overcame them in a recently concluded interview.
"Bang Bang" was being shot at a time when the dishy actor was undergoing immense physical and emotional turmoil. With brain clot followed by surgery and an at-stake marriage with ex-wife of 14 years Susanne Khan, Roshan for sure proved he wasn't going to give up on life.
"There was a point when I thought that it was not the best thing for me to face the camera because of the state of mind and my health issues. But then again, I asked myself, if I can overcome this, how great I will feel at the end of this challenge. So that empowered me," DNA quoted him.
Interestingly, it is being said that "Bang Bang", which has been minting money at the box office like crazy, is a result of Roshan's single status. To which he reportedly said he doesn't know how it feels to be single and that he believes in making the best of what life throws at him.
Busy with kids and work, Roshan dodged questions on re-marriage and went on to say that he is focusing on being the happiest man on the Earth. "Right now I am focused on my kids and work. But I am sure of one thing, I have a mission of being the happiest man in the world and I am gonna achieve that. Some winters may last long but eventually the sun comes out. I am going to be an example of the utmost magnificent life you can ever hope to achieve."
Meanwhile, Roshan will be next seen in Ashutosh Gowariker's period drama "Mohenjo Daro". The film is scheduled for a 22 January 2016 release and its music has been composed by Oscar winner AR Rahman.