HRITHIK OR JOHN???

India
November 3, 2006 8:18am CST
WHO IS THE BEST........
7 responses
@ashinegi (32)
• India
30 Jan 07
i think john is the best.....he is my fav. actor
@kutchi (12326)
• Pakistan
29 Jan 07
I think John is the best
• India
29 Jan 07
john is best than hrithik
• India
25 Jan 07
well i think hrithik is the best actor than john his looks are more stunning, his dancing ability is too good his personlity is awesome
• India
24 Jan 07
i will say HRITHIK. thank you for creating such a discussion and also create such interesting discussions in future.
• India
29 Dec 06
HRITHIK
@classact (1394)
• India
23 Dec 06
HRITHIK Hrithik's first movie role was as a child artist when he was six years old in the 1980 movie Aasha, when he appeared in a dance sequence as an extra. He then appeared as a child artist in Aap Ki Deewane (1980) and Bhagwan Dada (1986). Hrithik debuted as a leading man in Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai opposite first-time actress Amisha Patel in 2000. The film was directed by his father and proved to be very successful at the box office: It was the highest grossing film of 2000 and winner of the Filmfare Best Movie Award. Hrithik's performance earned him the Filmfare Best Debut Award and the Filmfare Best Actor Award. That year, Hrithik also starred in Fiza and Mission Kashmir. Though they were not as successful in the box office, both were highly acclaimed by critics. Hrithik was nominated for Best Actor in Fiza and Mission Kashmir was nominated for Best Film at Filmfare. In 2001, Hrithik appeared in two films. Yaadein was his first critical/commercial disappointment. But Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham opposite Shahrukh Khan and Kajol did extremely well at the box office becoming the second highest grossing film of 2001. [1] Hrithik had a tough year in 2002 when all three of his releases were box office failures, including the much-hyped Na Tum Jaano Na Hum and Mujhse Dosti Karoge! [2] In 2003, his career was resurrected with Koi Mil Gaya, Hrithik's first film directed by his father since his debut. It was the highest grosser of the year and also successful at the Filmfare Awards and Hrithik was awarded with his second Filmfare Best Actor Award. He only had only one release in 2004, Lakshya, directed by Farhan Akhtar. Lakshya did not do as well at the box office as expected [3] although fans, critics, and Hrithik himself dubbed it as his most impressive performance up to that point in time. [4] Hrithik took a two-year break from acting before resurfacing with the superhero film Krrish [5] which released in June 2006. The movie, which is the sequel to his 2003 hit Koi... Mil Gaya, also stars Priyanka Chopra and Naseeruddin Shah and is once again directed by his father Rakesh Roshan. Krrish has been a major box office success. [6] His most recent release is Dhoom 2, a sequel to the 2004 hit Dhoom. In this film, he plays a negative role (a villain) for the first time. The film released on November 24, 2006, and has been extremely successful so far. His forthcoming films are Akbar-Jodha and Kismat Talkies which are scheduled to release in 2007. [edit] Personal life Hrithik Roshan was born in Mumbai, India, to Pinky and actor/director Rakesh Roshan and nephew of well-known music director Rajesh Roshan. Hrithik's entry into acting extended the Roshan family role in Bollywood to the third generation. Roshan is married to Suzanne Khan (who is now Suzanne Roshan), his high-school sweetheart. Suzanne is the daughter of actor/director Sanjay Khan and sister of actor Zayed Khan. Film clans (see List of Bollywood film clans) tend to intermarry. Hrithik Roshan and Suzanne Khan/Roshan welcomed their first child, a baby boy, into the world on March 28, 2006, at 3:08pm at Lilavati Hospital in Mumbai, India. The child was named Hrehaan.[1] [edit] Controversy At the London press conference for the Bollywood blockbuster Krrish he made a racist remark regarding Chinese people which suprised the attending journalists. Hrithik Roshan made a passing comment about how he knew it was time to leave Shanghai and Hong Kong after six weeks of stunt training and go home when his eyes started "turning into little slits like the Chinese."[7] [edit] Trivia * Hrithik has a Vestigial Thumb on his right hand.[2] * Hrithik Roshan's is said to be 5' 10.5" tall. [citation needed] * IMDB states that he was considered for the role of James Bond in Casino Royale. * He is a determined bodybuilder. * His film Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai enters the Limca Book of Records for the most number of Awards won by a Bollywood Film. [8] * Hrithik saved producer and director Subhash Ghai from drowning during the shooting of the film Yaadein. [citation needed] * Hrithik was involved in an accident that left him bed-ridden for around a year. During that time, doctors doubted that he will ever walk again. [edit] Awards [edit] Popular Awards * 2001: Filmfare Awards: Best Male Newcomer; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Filmfare Awards: Best Actor; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: IIFA Awards: Best Actor; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Zee Cine Awards: Best Actor Award; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Zee Cine Awards: Best Male Newcomer; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Sansui Awards: Best Male Newcomer; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Star Screen Awards: Best Male Newcomer; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Star Screen Awards: Best Actor; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2003: Rajiv Gandhi Young Achiever Award * 2003: Filmfare Awards: Best Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Filmfare Awards: Best Actor Critics; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: IIFA Awards: Best Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Zee Cine Awards: Best Actor Award' Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Sansui Awards: Best Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Star Screen Awards: Best Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2004: Stardust Awards: Special Jury Award; Lakshya * 2005: IIFA Awards; Samsung Style Icon * 2006: Global Indian Film Awards (GIFA): Best Actor; Krrish [9] [edit] Other Awards * 2001: Aashirwaad Awards: Best Actor; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: BFJA Awards: Best Actor Critics; Fiza * 2001: Citizens Awards: Outstanding Contribution to Indian Cinema * 2001: Filmgoers Awards: Best Actor; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Filmgoers Awards: Best Male Newcomer; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Filmgoers Awards: Best Actor Critics; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Kalashree Awards: Best Actor; Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai * 2001: Bollywood Fashion Awards; Celebrity Style Male * 2002: Zee Gold Awards: Best Supporting Actor; Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham * 2003: Anandlok Awards: Best Male Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Apsara Awards: Best Male Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Asian Guild Awards: Best Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Awadh Awards: Outstanding Contribution to Indian Cinema * 2003: Chhoton Ka Funda Awards: Kamaal Da Actor Award; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Chhoton Ka Funda Awards: Chhoton Ka Funda Dhishum Dhishum Doley Sholay Award; For swashbuckling muscle and action display, Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Chhoton Ka Funda Awards: Chhoton Ka Funda Boogie Woogie Award; for dance performance in It's Magic, Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: FICCI Hall Of Fame Awards: Best Actor Award Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Pogo Awards: Best Actor; Koi Mil Gaya * 2003: Pogo Awards; Amazing Dancer * 2004: Bollywood Fashion Awards; Celebrity Style Male * 2006: Idea Zee F Awards: Youth Style Icon in Films. [10] * 2006: Anandlok Awards: Best Male Actor; Krrish [11] * 2006: Pogo Awards: Most Amazing Actor; Krrish