Hrithik Roshan is synonymous with powerful performances in the Bollywood industry, and the star has a string of hits to his name to prove it.
But despite his influential background, he had to work hard to get here.
Sure, his fans know how many setbacks he had to face in his career, but how he had to overcome a stuttering problem as a child. Very few people even know.
The actor was teased and bullied as a student because of his stutter, so he fought day and night to improve.
Hrithik has always been open about the issues that made his childhood difficult, but recently spoke more about them.
In a recent interview with Baradwaj Rangan Galata PlusHrithik revealed that “hoping to stutter was unhealthy for him.”
Of his struggles, Lisik said, “There was nothing else I could do at that point. I was very scared. I stuttered very badly. So I had an unimaginable amount of anxiety and There was fear.In fact, my stuttering trauma was not a hindrance in those years and many years after that.The trauma was a hope.”
“If you have a handicap and say no legs, you are acceptance. Acceptance calms you down when you start thinking about other things. But there is hope in stuttering. One day “Say the lines. You can say the words. Some days you can’t say the words. So the hope of living in that trauma was very unhealthy for me.” I was in a constant battle of lights.
Here is the full interview video.
Meanwhile, on the work front, Hrithik recently returned from Assam after filming his next film. warriorThe film also stars Deepika Padukone, Anil Kapoor and Karan Singh Grover. Conducted by Siddharth Anand warrior This will be Hrithik’s first collaboration with Deepika. The film is set to hit the big screen in January 2024.