Roshan at an event for Rado in 2016
10 January 1974 |
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
|Spouse(s)||Sussanne Khan (m. 2000; div. 2014)|
Hrithik Roshan (English pronunciation: / /, born 10 January 1974) is an Indian actor who appears in Bollywood films. The son of the filmmaker Rakesh Roshan, he has been noted for portraying a variety of character types and his dancing ability. Roshan has established himself as one of the highest-paid actors in India and won six Filmfare Awards among others. He is cited in the media as one of India's most attractive and popular celebrities.
Known for frequently collaborating with his father, Roshan made brief appearances as a child actor in several films throughout the 1980s, and later worked as an assistant director on four of his father's films. His first leading role was in the box-office success Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000), which earned him several awards. He further established himself with performances in the 2000 terrorism drama Fiza and the 2001 ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham.... Appearances in a spate of poorly received films followed which led him to be labeled a "one-trick pony".
The 2003 science fiction film Koi... Mil Gaya marked a significant turning point in his career, earning him two Filmfare Awards—Best Actor and Best Actor (Critics), and he later appeared in its highly successful sequels: Krrish (2006) and Krrish 3 (2013). He went on to receive wide critical praise for his portrayal of a thief in the 2006 adventure film Dhoom 2, Mughal emperor Akbar in the 2008 historical romance Jodhaa Akbar and a quadriplegic in the 2010 drama Guzaarish. Roshan's greatest commercial success came with the 2011 drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, the 2012 revenge film Agneepath, the 2013 superhero film Krrish 3, and the 2014 action comedy Bang Bang!.
In addition to film acting, he is a stage performer, and is involved with several humanitarian causes. He also endorses several brands and products, debuted on television with Just Dance (2011), and has launched his own clothing line. As a judge for the second of these, he became the highest-paid film star on television. Roshan was married to Sussanne Khan for fourteen years, with whom he has two children.
- 1 Early life and background
- 2 Film career
- 3 Other work
- 4 Personal life
- 5 In the media
- 6 Filmography and awards
- 7 See also
- 8 References
- 9 External links
Early life and background
Roshan was born on 10 January 1974 in Mumbai to a Punjabi family of Bollywood personalities. His father, film director Rakesh, is the son of music director Roshan, while his mother, Pinky, is the daughter of producer and director J. Om Prakash. He has an elder sister, Sunaina and was educated at the Bombay Scottish School. Although Roshan practices Hinduism, he says that "I'm not religious. I don't visit temples. But I hope there is a superpower".
Roshan was born with an extra thumb on his right hand due to which he felt isolated as a child and his peers deemed him unattractive. During an interview he revealed that he was traumatised because of stammering, a speech disorder that surfaced when he was around six years old and plagues him even today. "For oral tests at school, I used to bunk school, I used to fall sick, I used to break my hand, I used to get a sprain". He said that things improved for him gradually, after he started practising speech therapies on a daily basis. He was treated at age 14.
Roshan's maternal grandfather, the filmmaker J. Om Prakash, first brought him on-screen at the age of six in the film Aasha (1980); Prakash filmed him dance in a song enacted by Jeetendra, for which he paid Roshan ₹100 (US$1.50). He followed with uncredited appearances in various of his family's film projects, including his father's production Aap Ke Deewane (1980). In Prakash's Aas Paas (1981), he appeared in the song "Shehar Main Charchi Hai". Roshan's only speaking role during this period came when he was 12, he was seen as Govinda, the title character's adopted son, in Prakash's Bhagwaan Dada (1986). At a certain age, Roshan had decided that he wanted to be a full-time actor, but his father insisted that he focus on his studies. He was diagnosed with scoliosis and told by the doctors that he would never be able to dance or perform stunts. As a result, Roshan locked himself in his room and was disconsolate for months. Roshan considers this phase "the turning point of my life".
After earning a bachelor's degree in Commerce from Sydenham College, Roshan turned down a master's degree scholarship for further study in the United States to concentrate instead on filmmaking. To learn filmmaking from the ground up, he started off sweeping floors, then gradually progressed to more demanding responsibilities like story development, camera work, direction, and editing. He assisted his father on four films—Khudgarz (1987), King Uncle (1993), Karan Arjun (1995) and Koyla (1997). After pack-up, Roshan would enact Shah Rukh Khan's scenes from Koyla and film himself to make a judgement about his performance as an actor. While he assisted his father, he studied acting under the mentorship of Kishore Namit Kapoor.
2000–2003: Debut, success and setback
The year 2000 marked the beginning of Roshan's career as a lead actor. He began the year with his father's romantic drama Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai opposite another debutante, Ameesha Patel. Roshan featured in dual roles—Rohit, an aspiring singer who is brutally killed by two men after he witnesses a murder and Raj, an NRI who hopelessly falls in love with Patel's character. In preparation for the part, he trained extensively for a bulkier physical build with the actor Salman Khan. He also took acting, singing, dancing, fencing and riding lessons for years in addition to working on his diction. With global revenues of ₹620 million (US$9.2 million), Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai became the highest-grossing Indian film of 2000. His performance was acclaimed by critics; a reviewer on Rediff.com wrote, "[Roshan] is good. The ease and style with which he dances, emotes, fights, makes one forget this is his debut film [...] He seems to be the most promising among the recent lot of star sons we have been subjected to". For the role, Roshan received Best Male Debut and Best Actor Awards at the annual Filmfare Awards, IIFA Awards, and Zee Cine Awards. He consequently became the first actor to win both Filmfare Best Debut and Best Actor awards the same year. A Rediff.com reviewer remarked that the success of the film established Roshan as a prominent actor in Bollywood.
For his second release, Khalid Mohammed's crime drama Fiza, Roshan found himself challenged playing the role of Amaan, an innocent Muslim boy who becomes a terrorist after the 1992-93 Bombay riots. Roshan appeared in the "art-oriented" film because he wanted "to experiment with all kinds of characters." Co-starring Karisma Kapoor and Jaya Bachchan, Fiza was moderately successful at the box office, and Roshan's performance earned him a second nomination for Best Actor at the Filmfare ceremony. Taran Adarsh of Bollywood Hungama praised Roshan as the production's prime asset, commending his "body language, his diction, his expressions, [and] his overall persona". Roshan next appeared in Vidhu Vinod Chopra's action drama Mission Kashmir (2000) alongside Sanjay Dutt, Preity Zinta, and Jackie Shroff. Set in the valley of Kashmir during the Indo-Pakistani conflicts, the film too addressed the topic of terrorism and crime and emerged an economic success. Roshan was drawn to his complex role of a young man traumatised by the discovery that his adoptive father had been responsible for the death of his entire birth family. Adarsh criticised the film's "exhilarating" screenplay but thought Roshan "brightens up the screen with his magnetic presence. His body language, coupled with his expressions, is sure to win him plaudits".
In 2001, Roshan appeared in two films, the first of which was Subhash Ghai's Yaadein, a romantic drama which paired him with Kareena Kapoor and also reunited him with Shroff. Despite being a much anticipated film, Yaadein was reviled by critics; The Hindu criticised the director for relying on Roshan's commercial appeal instead of focusing on building the film's premise. Roshan next had a supporting role in Karan Johar's ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... alongside Amitabh Bachchan, Jaya Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan, Kajol and Kareena Kapoor. He was cast as Rohan Raichand—the younger son of Bachchan's character who plots to reunite him with his adopted son (played by Khan)—after Johar had watched a rough cut of Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... finished as India's second highest-grossing film of the year, and among the most successful Bollywood films in the overseas market, earning over ₹1 billion (US$15 million) worldwide. Writing for Rediff.com, Anjum N. described Roshan as "the surprise scene-stealer", praising him for holding his own against the established actors. For the film, Roshan received a nomination for the Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Little success came for Roshan in 2002. His first release, Vikram Bhatt's romance Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage reunited him with Ameesha Patel. The feature failed to find a wide audience as did Arjun Sablok's romantic film Na Tum Jaano Na Hum (2002). Roshan's final role that year was in a Yash Raj Films production, the high-profile Mujhse Dosti Karoge! co-starring Rani Mukerji and Kareena Kapoor. The romantic drama was heavily promoted before release and proved a success internationally, but failed to earn profits in India. Roshan's string of flops carried over into early 2003, with Sooraj R. Barjatya's Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon, in which he was cast alongside Kareena Kapoor for the fourth time and Abhishek Bachchan. The press reported that the series of poorly received films had put an end to Roshan's career.
2003–2008: Revival and awards success
A 2010 article by Bollywood Hungama published that Roshan's starring role in Koi... Mil Gaya revived his career. Rediff.com opined that "Hrithik is back where he belongs. At the top." Described as "India's first sci-fi flick", the film (directed and produced by his father) centers on the character of Rohit Mehra, a developmentally disabled young man, who comes in contact with an extraterrestrial being—a role that required him to lose nearly 8 kilograms (18 lb). Roshan denied reports suggesting that his character was inspired from Tom Hanks' portrayal of Forrest Gump in the titular film, and recalls the experience of starring in the film fondly: "I could live my childhood [again]. I could eat as many chocolates as I wanted. I became a baby and everybody was so caring towards me". Film critics were polarised on their view of the film, comparing its storyline to the 1982 Hollywood release E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, but were unanimous in their praise for Roshan. In a 2010 retrospective of the "Top 80 Iconic Performances" of Bollywood, Filmfare noted "how flesh and blood Hrithik's act is. Simply because he believes he is the part. Watch him laugh, cry or bond with his remote controlled alien friend and note his nuanced turn." A Rediff.com critic agreed and praised Roshan's acting prowess, considering him "the turbojet that propels the film to the realm of the extraordinary". Koi... Mil Gaya emerged the most popular Bollywood film of the year, earning ₹800 million (US$12 million), and Roshan won both Filmfare Awards for Best Actor and Best Actor (Critics).
The following year, Roshan collaborated with Amitabh Bachchan and Preity Zinta on Farhan Akhtar's Lakshya (2004), a fictionalised coming-of-age story set against events from the real-life 1999 Kargil War. It also featured him in the item number "Main Aisa Kyun Hoon" (choreographed by Prabhu Deva) which remained popular with audiences. The film was a critical success, and earned Roshan Best Actor nominations at the Filmfare and Zee Cine ceremony. Manish Gajjar of BBC praised Roshan's versatility, finding it "so refreshing to see how he transforms from a carefree youth to a matured soldier full of determination and courage."
Roshan was not seen on screen again until 2006, with three new releases, including a cameo at the end of the year in the romance I See You. He co-starred with Naseeruddin Shah and Priyanka Chopra in his father's superhero production Krrish, the first Indian film in this genre. A follow-up to his family's production Koi... Mil Gaya, it saw him play tripple roles—the title superhero, his alter ego Krishna Mehra and his father Rohit. Before filming began, Roshan traveled to China to train with Tony Ching for the cable work that would be needed to make his character fly. While performing the film's stunts, Roshan fell 50 feet (15 m) although he landed safely on a shop's canopy. He sustained several other injuries, including tearing the hamstring in his right leg and breaking his thumb and toe. Krrish was a box office success and became the second-highest Bollywood grosser of 2006 with a worldwide revenue of ₹1.17 billion (US$17 million). It garnered him "Best Actor" awards at the 2007 Screen and the International Indian Film Academy Awards. Ronnie Scheib of Variety considered Roshan a prime asset of the film noting that he "pulls off the pic's wilder absurdities with considerable panache".
For his role as an enigmatic master thief in Dhoom 2 (2006)—an action sequel co-starring Aishwarya Rai, Bipasha Basu and Abhishek Bachchan—Roshan won his third Filmfare Award for Best Actor. Rajeev Masand credited him as "the heart, the soul, and the spirit of the film". He also praised Roshan's stunts and wrote that he "holds the film together and even manages to take your attention away from its many flaws". Roshan was excited to play a villain for the first time, as he found himself bored from playing the "good guy". At the request of the film's producer Aditya Chopra, Roshan lost 12 pounds for the role. He also learned skateboarding, snow boarding, rollerblading and sand surfing for the role, and prepared extensively for the film's stunts. With earnings of ₹1.5 billion (US$22 million), Dhoom 2 became the highest-grossing Indian film of all time, a record it held for two years. The 2007 melodrama Om Shanti Om saw him play a brief role alongside a number of Bollywood stars.
In 2008, Roshan was cast in Ashutosh Gowariker's Jodhaa Akbar, a partly fictionalised account of a marriage of convenience between the Mughal emperor Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar (played by Roshan) and the Rajput princess Jodha Bai (played by Rai). Gowariker believed that Roshan possessed the regal bearing and physique required to play the role of a king. For the role, Roshan learned sword-fighting and horse-riding, as well as the language Urdu. Jodhaa Akbar was an economic success and earned ₹1.12 billion (US$17 million) worldwide. Roshan's performance earned him his fourth Filmfare Best Actor Award as well as his first international award –"Best Actor" at the Golden Minbar International Film Festival in Kazan, Russia. Raja Sen of Rediff.com thought the film was overlong but wrote of Roshan that he "proves a very good Akbar. There are times when his inflection seems too modern, but the actor gives the performance his all, slipping into the skin of the character and staying there." He ended 2008 with an appearance in the popular item number "Krazzy 4" from the film of same name.
2009–2012: Commercial fluctuations
Following a brief role in Zoya Akhtar's Luck by Chance in 2009, Roshan starred in and recorded "Kites in the Sky" for the multi-national romantic thriller Kites (2010). The film, produced by his father, had him play a man running a green card scam in Las Vegas where he has married 11 different women in exchange for money. Kites opened on record-breaking 3000 screens, and became the first Bollywood film to break into the North American top 10. However, it eventually underperformed at India's box office and received negative reviews from critics. The box office website Box Office India attributed the failure to its multilingual dialogues. In a review for Rediff.com, Matthew Schneeberger thought that he "overacts. A lot. In Kites, he nails a few scenes, but bungles many more, particularly the film's catastrophically bad ending".
Roshan then collaborated with the director Sanjay Leela Bhansali on the drama Guzaarish (2010) in which he had the role of Ethan Mascarenhas, a former magician suffering from quadriplegia, who after years of struggle, files an appeal for euthanasia. Roshan had reservations about the role but later agreed to the project after the script narration. To understand his role better, he interacted with paraplegic patients. In his own words, "I used to spend six hours with the patients, initially once a week and then once a month. I used to go to understand what they go through, what they think, what their needs are. They have taught me a lot of things". He additionally trained with a Ukrainian magician to perform the film's magic stunts, and put on weight to look the part. The film failed at the box office, though it was positively received by critics. The channel Zee News praised the chemistry between Roshan and Rai, adding that they "break the Bollywood mould of stereotypes with their amazing performances that simply leaves you spell bounded". Roshan received the Zee Cine Critics Award for Best Actor – Male and nominations for Filmfare, IIFA and Zee Cine Award for Best Actor.
In 2011, Roshan appeared in Zoya Akhtar's ensemble comedy-drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara alongside Abhay Deol and Farhan Akhtar as three friends who embark on a bachelor trip where they discover themselves and overcome their problems and insecurities. Zoya approached Roshan for the role of a compulsive workaholic as she considers him her favourite actor. For the film's soundtrack, Roshan recorded the song "Señorita" with his co-stars and Maria del Mar Fernández. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara released to positive reviews and Roshan's performance was much praised. Rajeev Masand wrote, "Hrithik Roshan once again brings real depth to his character with a spectacular performance. He's shy and restrained, then lets go with such fantastic intensity that you make the inward journey with his character". The film grossed ₹1.53 billion (US$23 million) worldwide and became Roshan's first commercial success in three years. Roshan was considered for another Filmfare Award for Best Actor for his performance. Later that year, he made a special appearance in Farhan's Don 2.
Roshan's only screen appearance in 2012 was in Karan Malhotra's Agneepath, a retelling of the 1990 film of same name. Cast alongside Rishi Kapoor, Sanjay Dutt and Priyanka Chopra, Roshan reinterpreted the character Vijay Deenanath Chauhan (originally played by Amitabh Bachchan), a common man who seeks revenge from an unscrupulous man for wrongly framing and murdering his father. Roshan was initially skeptical on taking up a role earlier played by Bachchan, and accepted to star in the film only after much reconsideration. He did not watch the original film for inspiration as he found his role to be completely different. In one of several accidents to happen during production, Roshan suffered from a severe back injury, which caused him considerable pain. He deemed Agneepath "the hardest [project] I've ever worked in my life" owing to the exhaustion he felt while filming. The film broke Bollywood's highest opening-day earnings record, and had a worldwide gross of ₹1.93 billion (US$29 million). A Firstpost reviewer thought Roshan "breathes fire and soul into Agneepath"; the actor was rewarded with another Filmfare nomination.
2013–present: Recent work
Roshan appeared in the third instalment of the Krrish film series—Krrish 3 (2013) which also starred Priyanka Chopra, Vivek Oberoi and Kangana Ranaut. During production, Roshan injured himself badly after he fell down. Critics thought that the film was entertaining but lacking in originality, though Roshan's performance garnered praise. The editor Komal Nahta lauded Roshan for successfully playing three different characters in the film, and the actor received his eleventh Filmfare nomination for Best Actor. Krrish 3 grossed ₹2.91 billion (US$43 million) worldwide, becoming one of the highest-grossing Indian films of all time.
Roshan received a fourth consecutive Filmfare nomination for his performance in the 2014 action comedy Bang Bang!, an official adaptation of the 2010 Hollywood release Knight and Day and one of the most expensive Bollywood films. Playing the role of an eccentric secret agent who plots to track down a terrorist, Roshan became the first actor to perform a flyboarding stunt in film. While filming in Thailand, Roshan suffered a head injury from a stunt accident and underwent brain surgery to relieve a chronic subdural hematoma. The critic Mohar Basu noted that Roshan was "pitch perfect" and "breez[ed] through his part brilliantly". The film emerged a commercial success and earned ₹3.4 billion (US$51 million) in global ticket sales.
For playing the role of a farmer in 2016 BC who travels to Mohenjo-daro and falls in love with a high-status woman in Ashutosh Gowariker's Mohenjo Daro (2016), Roshan was paid ₹500 million (US$7.4 million), a record breaking remuneration for an Indian actor. He underwent a three-month training to achieve the "lithe" and "agile" physique as required for his role. Despite being a highly anticipated release, it was not widely seen, and critics were generally unenthusiastic. In a particularly scathing review, Anupama Chopra dismissed the film as an "unintentional comedy" and thought of Roshan that he "pours his soul into every scene. But the burden of carrying this leaden, cartoon-like narrative proves too much even for his Herculean shoulders". He will next be seen alongside Yami Gautam in Sanjay Gupta's Kaabil, a romantic thriller on two blind people falling in love with each other.
Roshan has performed on stage and appeared on television. His first tour (Heartthrobs: Live in Concert (2002) with Kareena Kapoor, Karisma Kapoor, Arjun Rampal and Aftab Shivdasani) was successful in the United States and Canada. At the end of that year, he performed with Amitabh Bachchan, Sanjay Dutt, Kareena Kapoor, Rani Mukerji and Shah Rukh Khan at Kings Park Stadium in Durban, South Africa in the show Now or Never. In 2011, Roshan served as a judge alongside Farah Khan and Vaibhavi Merchant for the dance competition reality show, Just Dance. He established himself as the highest-paid film star on television after he was paid ₹20 million (US$300,000) per episode. The show ran from June to October 2011. In November 2013, Roshan launched his clothing line, the casual wear brand HRx.
Roshan is vocal about his struggle with stuttering during his childhood. He actively supports Dilkhush Special School for mentally challenged children in Mumbai. Roshan spends around ₹700,000 (US$10,000) for charity every month, and believes that people should publicise their philanthropic work to set an example for others. In 2008, he donated ₹2 million (US$30,000) to the Nanavati Hospital for the treatment of children struggling with stuttering. Roshan set up a charity foundation in 2009 that aims to work for handicap people. In 2013, he took part in a festivity at Ghatkopar, whose proceeds went to an NGO supporting tribal girls suffering from malnutrition and starvation. Also that year, he donated ₹2.5 million (US$37,000) to help the victims of the 2013 North India floods.
Alongside other Bollywood stars, Roshan played a football match for charity organised by Aamir Khan's daughter in 2014. The following year, he appeared with Sonam Kapoor in the music video for "Dheere Dheere", whose profits were donated to charity. Later that year, Roshan became the Indian brand ambassador for UNICEF and the Global Goals campaign's World's Largest Lesson that aims to educate children in over 100 countries about the Sustainable Development Goals. In 2016, Roshan and other Bollywood actors made donations for building homes for families affected by the 2015 South Indian floods.
In October 2000, Roshan married Sussanne Khan in a private ceremony in Bangalore. Despite their religious difference—Roshan is a Hindu while Khan is a Muslim—Roshan says that he equally valued her belief. The couple has two sons, Hrehaan (born in 2006) and Hridhaan (born in 2008). They separated in December 2013 and their divorce was finalised in November 2014, with Khan asking for ₹4 billion (US$59 million) alimony. Roshan found separation to be "worse than death".
Though Roshan maintained that they parted on an amicable note, the media reported that the split was due to infidelity on his part, linking him with several actresses, most notably his Krrish 3 co-star Kangana Ranaut. Roshan denied having an affair with the actress, and filed a lawsuit against her in 2016 accusing her of cyber stalking and harassment. Denying the charges, Ranaut filed a counter-charge against Roshan, claiming that his lawsuit was an attempt to cover-up their affair for the benefit of his divorce proceedings.
Roshan decided to quit the film industry after two assailants fired bullets at his father in 2000, though he changed his mind later. In December, he was involved in a controversy when Nepalese newspapers accused him of stating in a Star Plus interview that he hated Nepal and its people. This led to protests in the country, ban on screening of his films, and four people's death after street violence. People threatened to "bury [him] alive" if he ever visited Nepal. Star Plus, however, stated that Roshan "did not touch upon Nepal". The violence came down after Roshan wrote a two-page rejoinder, in which he denied having made any claim against the country. The actress Manisha Koirala distributed it to newspapers and a local television station.
In the media
As the son of the filmmaker Rakesh, Roshan faced the media spotlight from a young age, and professes that was initially why he wanted to be an actor. Described by the media as one of India's most talented actors of his generation, Roshan is known for his devotion to his work and his ability to commit heavily to each role. He insists on learning any necessary skills and performing stunts himself. Analysing his career highlights, the newspaper India Today published that after making a successful debut, Roshan appeared in a series of romantic films that hindered his career, and Hindustan Times notes that critics wrote him off, opining that he could only act in his father's films and dance. According to a writer on India Today, Roshan later "[shook] off one-hit wonder tag" by playing a challenging role in Koi... Mil Gaya (2003).
Roshan prefers to avoid getting "stuck with just one kind of screen persona", and takes on roles to "create another version of him". He says, "I look at [the scripts] as a platform to inspire people through the strength and courage of the characters I play. My idea is to be able to create an experience for the audience". Zoya Akhtar (who directed him in Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara) takes note of Roshan's ability to demonstrate emotion on screen. Roshan was noted for his versatility in portraying a variety of character types in Koi... Mil Gaya, Lakshya (2004), Jodhaa Akbar (2008) and Guzaarish (2010). Box Office India ranked him first on its '"Top Actors" listing in 2000 and later included him in 2003, 2004, 2006 and 2007. Roshan topped Rediff.com's list of "Top Bollywood Male Stars" in 2003, and was ranked fourth in 2006. In 2010, Filmfare magazine included two of his performances—from Koi... Mil Gaya and Lakshya—in its list of "80 Iconic Performances". In March 2011, Roshan placed fourth on Rediff.com's list of "Top 10 Actors of 2000–2010".
Roshan is among Bollywood's highest-paid actors and most high-profile Indian celebrities. Discussing his success ratio at the box office in a 2014 article, Daily News and Analysis credited him as "the most bankable star" in Bollywood. His looks and figure have established him as a sex symbol and a style icon in India. He is also described as one of the most accomplished Bollywood dancers, something that he disagrees with. Los Angeles Times finds him to be "a sensational dancer" who "has the dashing, chiseled looks of a silent movie matinee idol".
Roshan ranks high on lists of the most powerful, popular and attractive Indian celebrities. He ranked fourth in Filmfare Power List in 2007. In a 2009 poll conducted by Daily News and Analysis Roshan was voted one of India's most popular icons. He topped The Times of India's listing of "50 Most Desirable Men" in 2010 and ranked among the top five for the next five years. A life-size wax figure of him was installed at London's Madame Tussauds museum in January 2011, making him the fifth Indian actor to have been replicated as a wax statue in the museum. Additional versions of the statue were installed at Madame Tussauds' museums in New York, Washington and other cities in the world. Roshan regularly features in the magazine Eastern Eye's listing of the "50 Sexiest Asian Men". He topped the list in 2011, 2012 and 2014, and featured among the top five in 2010 and 2013–2016. In 2012, the Indian edition of GQ included him in their listing of Bollywood's 11 best dressed men. From 2012–2016, Roshan was placed on Forbes India's Celebrity 100 – a list based on the income and popularity of Indian celebrities – peaking at the ninth position in 2014 with an annual income of ₹850 million (US$13 million).
Following the success of his debut film, Roshan signed on for endorsement deals with Coca-Cola, Tamarind and Hero Honda, all for three years and at least for ₹30 million (US$450,000). As of 2010, he is celebrity endorser for such brands and products as Provogue, Parle Hide and Seek, Reliance Communications and Hero Honda. The Times of India reported that Roshan received ₹12 million (US$180,000) to ₹15 million (US$220,000) for each endorsement, making him one of the highest-paid male celebrity endorsers.
Filmography and awards
Awards and nominations
For his roles in the films Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, Koi... Mil Gaya, Dhoom 2 and Jodhaa Akbar, Roshan won the Filmfare Award for Best Actor. He also won Best Male Debut for Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai and Best Actor (Critics) for Koi... Mil Gaya.
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