Subscribe

Hrithik Roshan Movies List  

As good-looking as a Greek God… Only one person in Bollywood can stake a claim to be that. And that’s Hrithik Roshan. He came, he saw, he conquered the hearts of millions. He not only has  charismatic look  and chiselled physique but also acting and dancing skills which are matchless.

He  is just a decade old in the film industry and he does few movies with each passing year, yet this actor has managed to play roles ranging from a super hero to a mentally-challenged child, a sexy thief to a paraplegic magician!

He is probably the only star in Bollywood apart from three Khans who has delivered blockbusters and is a part of Bollywood 100 Crore Club. If you look at Hrithik Roshan biography, you will see that he has delivered some of the biggest blockbusters of Bollywood like Krrish 3, Bang Bang and Kaho Na Pyaar Hai.

Have a look at Hrithik Roshan Movies List…

Bang Bang – 2014 : The Hrithik-Katrina starrer was one of the most anticipated movies of 2014. After stepping into Big B’s shoes, successfully, playing a desi version of Tom Cruise’s movie Knight and Day, was a cake walk for Hrithik. Bang Bang was not appreciated by the critics but Hrithik’s performance was faultless. His action sequences were highly appreciated and so was the was the chemistry between the lead couple. Despite mixed reviews it earned over Rs 140 crore at the Box-Office.

Krrish 3 – 2013 :  Krrish 3, the sequel to earlier Krrish did not impress the adult audience and is best suited for kids, though it became a blockbuster crossing the triple century mark. Hrithik Roshan plays the role of the superhero who is ubiquitous and invincible and he breezes through the multiple personas with the required zest and conviction.

Agneepath – 2012 : Stepping into Amiatbh Bachchan’s very Big shoes could best be described as an act of extreme bravery. Turns out, Hrithik convincingly glides into his coarse character here and has a towering presence. He completely redefines Vijay Dinanath Chauhan and never in his act do you see even a glimpse of the original.

Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara -2011 : In Zoya Akhtar’s coming of age story, Hrithik played the uptight Arjun whose transformation during a holiday around Spain helps him face his inner demons and learns to live life to the fullest… and boy! Hrithik Roshan rocked in this movie! `ZNMD` was one of the highest grossing Bollywood films of 2011 in India and at the international market.

Guzaarish – 2010 : Hrithik carried off a difficult role effortlessly, playing a paraplegic bent on euthanasia. He also sang a song in the film. Sadly, Guzaarish didn’t do well at the box-office, but his performance was highly appreciated.

Kites  – 2010 : Kites was expected to be that cross-over film that Bollywood has been dreaming about since long, but sadly it missed the bus. In the movie the much hyped chemistry between Hrithik and Barbara Mori was best labelled as thanda and as usual Hrithik looked good and acted okayishly in the movie..

Luck by Chance – 2009 : Luck by Chance is a perceptive portrait of our very own Bollywood. Hrithik plays a slightly enigmatic, edgy superstar in the movie and excels in his role.

https://youtu.be/5QBttUUqzPo

Jodhaa Akbar – 2008 :This movie is One of the major breakthrough in his career. He played the role of Mughal emperor Akbar and played it effortlessly and convincingly.  Hrithik won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor for Ashutosh Gowariker’s magnum opus.

Dhoom 2 – 2006 : Hrithik made being bad look deliciously good, playing hunky professional thief  and master of disguise. And the role got him the Filmfare Best Actor and rightly so. Hrithik nailed the role with élan with his daredevil stunts to his jaw-dropping and amazing dance moves and amazing chemistry with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan.

Krrish – 2006 : The role that resurrected Hrithik’s career and gave Bollywood its first super hero. Hrithik won the heart of audience with his superlative  action, emotion, dance skills and acting ability.

Lakshya – 2004 : Lakshya took us through one man\’s journey into finding a purpose in life. From an urban drifter to a brave soldier, Hrithik played his part to the T. Unfortunately the movie tanked; but it gave us one of the most memorable dance performances ever – Main Aisa Kyon Hoon!

Koi… Mil Gaya – 2003 : Can an actor who looks like a Greek God play a character of a mentally challenged child? Yes, Hrithik can. Hrithik simply blew our minds and tugged our hearts with the role of Rohit Mehra. The role got him Filmfare Award for Best Actor as well as Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor.

Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon – 2003 : A rehash of Sooraj R Barjatya’s own home production, Chitchor, Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon was disappointing. Hrithik Roshan took his role as a vibrant personality a bit too seriously and ended up delivering a shockingly loud performance.

Mujhse Dosti Karoge! – 2002 : Another triangular love story, Mujhse Dosti Karoge  was aimed at the teenyboppers and  makes for mush entertainment. Hrithik Roshan steals the show from the two ladies, Rani Mukherji and Kareena Kapoor.

Na Tum Jaano Na Hum – 2002 : Na Tum Jaano Na Hum is one of those triangular love stories, where only one man can have the woman both he and his best friend love. It didnt do well on the box office despite good performances by Hrithik and Esha Deol.

Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage – 2002 : Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai was a film that catapulted Hrithik and Amisha Patel to stardom. It was a dream debut for the duo, so when they came together once again as the lead couple in Vikram Bhatt’s Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage, the expectations were high. But this movie failed miserably. Hrithik sinewy biceps and drop-dead looks didnt salvage his nonexistent characterisation or lack of credible dialogues in the movie.

Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham – 2001 : One would think with Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan in karan Johar’s debut tear jerking saga, there wouldn’t be much for Hrithik Roshan to do. But he proved everyone wrong and how!

Yaadein – 2001 : This movie was termed as champagne gone flat. It tantalised in the beginning but then lost its fizz soon after. Despite it being a flop, Yaadein is Hrithik’s film all the way. He acted beautifully, danced like a dream stole the thunder from under Jackie’s feet. Despite a poorly etched character, he carried off his part with conviction.

Mission Kashmir – 2000 : Hrithik Roshan played the role of a terrorist in this action-thriller. The movie turned out to be the third highest grossing movie of that year. He received positive reviews from the critics for his performance

Fiza – 2000 : According to critics, Hrithik’s performance as a young Muslim boy who disappears during the Bombay Blasts to reappear years later as a fledgling terrorist was a thing of wonder.

Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai – 2000 : The year 2000 marked the debut of a new age hearththrob in Bollywood.  The role(s) that made Hrithik popular, and THAT dance move of his became a rage. He won both the Best Debut and Best Actor awards at the Filmfare Awards – the only actor to have done so. Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai became the biggest Bollywood commercial success of 2000 and was the first Bollywood film to have won 102 awards.

Hrithik will next be seen in Ashutosh Gawarikor’s Mohenjo Daro. The duo have earlier worked together in Jodhaa Akbar released in 2008.

Which is your favourite from Hrithik Roshan Movie List? Let us know in the comments section.

Share

Leave a Reply