From giving us all the timeless hook steps to delivering phenomenal performances, superstar Hrithik Roshan who has been the ultimate dance icon to generations of audience feels there is no necessity to dance when it comes to certain movies like Super 30 and Kaabil, with their content rich storyline- just because one is known for dancing and the script does not call for it.
Hrithik’s recent releases Super 30 and WAR have received immense love from the audience where the actor is being hailed for his back to back successes. Before War, Hrithik had hits such as Super 30 and Kaabil, and both did not have him in well-choreographed, groovy dance numbers. `See, our films are also evolving. And when you look at movies through that filter then you won’t expect an actor, who is known for dancing to dance just because he knows how to, especially in films like Super 30 or Kaabil,` shares the actor.
Going back in time, with his ageless dance numbers, Hrithik who was loved for his dance prowess in films such as Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai (2000), Lakshya (2004), Dhoom 2 (2006) and Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011) among others further expresses, `Filmmakers are only going by the audience’s instincts. I don’t think anyone is saying, ‘Oh, Hrithik hasn’t danced in Super 30. Why hasn’t he?’ That’s why, at the end of the day, it doesn’t affect anything or translate into anything.`
The actor is basking in the glory of his two back to back hits and has definitely emerged as the gamechanger of the year. Super 30 was critically acclaimed for the stellar performance as he portrayed the character of Bihari teacher Anand Kumar of Super 30 and WAR had his portray the character of an agent. Hrithik Roshan had undergone tremendous transformation as he delivered the biggest superhit of the year with WAR. The film is still going steady and has collected more than 317 crores at the box office.