Hrithik Roshan filmography

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Hrithik Roshan is looking away from the camera
Roshan at the Star Parivaar Awards in 2011

Hrithik Roshan is an Indian actor known for his work in Bollywood films. As a child, he made uncredited appearances in three films directed by his maternal grandfather, J. Om Prakash, the first of which was in Aasha (1980).[1][2] In 1986, Roshan played the adopted son of Rajinikanth's character in Prakash's crime drama Bhagwaan Dada.[3] Roshan subsequently worked as an assistant director on four films, including Khudgarz (1987) and Karan Arjun (1995), all of which were directed by his father, Rakesh.[1]

Roshan's first leading role came opposite Ameesha Patel in Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000), a highly successful romantic drama directed by his father, for which he won two Filmfare AwardsBest Male Debut and Best Actor.[4][5] In 2001, Roshan played a supporting role in Karan Johar's lucrative ensemble melodrama Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham....[6] This initial success was followed by roles in a series of critical and commercial failures, including Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage (2002) and Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon (2003), leading critics to believe that Roshan's career was over.[7][8][9] However, his career prospects improved in 2003 when he played the role of a mentally disabled teenager in his father's science fiction film Koi... Mil Gaya.[10] The film emerged as the highest-grossing Bollywood film of that year and earned Roshan the Best Actor – Critics and the Best Actor awards at Filmfare.[11][12] His next release, the war drama Lakshya (2004), performed poorly at the box office despite earning positive reviews.[13]

In 2006, Roshan starred in two top-grossing productions of the year.[14] He portrayed the eponymous superhero in Krrish, a sequel to Koi... Mil Gaya, and won a Best Actor award at Filmfare for playing a thief in the adventure film Dhoom 2.[15][16] Two years later, he gained a fourth Best Actor award at Filmfare for playing the Mughal emperor Akbar in Ashutosh Gowariker's period romance Jodhaa Akbar (2008).[17] Roshan starred in two commercially unsuccessful films of 2010—Kites and Guzaarish—but earned praise for portraying a quadriplegic magician in the latter.[7][18] In 2011, he featured as a talent judge for the television dance reality show Just Dance.[19] Roshan also played one of the three leads alongside Farhan Akhtar and Abhay Deol in the Zoya Akhtar-directed comedy-drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011), following which he played Vijay Deenanath Chauhan in Agneepath (2012), a remake of the 1990 film of the same name.[20][21] In 2013, Roshan starred in the third installment of the Krrish franchise, and the following year, he starred in Bang Bang!, a remake of the 2010 Hollywood film Knight and Day.[22][23] Agneepath, Krrish 3, and Bang Bang! rank among Indian cinema's biggest earners.[24]

Films

Key
Films that have not yet been released Denotes films that have not yet been released
Title Year Role Director(s) Notes Ref.
Aasha 1980 Dancing boy J. Om Prakash Uncredited appearance in song "Jaane Hum Sadak Ke Logon" [25]
Aap Ke Deewane 1980 Unknown Surendra Mohan Uncredited appearance [1]
Aas Paas 1981 Unknown J. Om Prakash Uncredited appearance in song "Shehar Main Charchi Hai" [2]
Aasra Pyaar Da 1983 Unknown J. Om Prakash Punjabi film
Uncredited appearance
[2]
Bhagwaan Dada 1986 Govinda J. Om Prakash [26]
Khudgarz 1987 Rakesh Roshan Assistant director [1]
King Uncle 1993 Rakesh Roshan Assistant director [1]
Karan Arjun 1995 Rakesh Roshan Assistant director [27]
Koyla 1997 Rakesh Roshan Assistant director [27]
Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai 2000 Rohit/Raj Chopra[I] Rakesh Roshan Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut
[5]
[28]
Fiza 2000 Amaan Ikramullah Khalid Mohamed Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [29]
[30]
Mission Kashmir 2000 Altaaf Khan Vidhu Vinod Chopra [31]
Yaadein 2001 Ronit Malhotra Subhash Ghai [32]
Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham... 2001 Rohan Raichand Karan Johar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Supporting Actor [33]
[34]
Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage 2002 Rohit Vikram Bhatt [35]
Na Tum Jaano Na Hum 2002 Rahul Sharma Arjun Sablok [36]
Mujhse Dosti Karoge! 2002 Raj Khanna Kunal Kohli [37]
Main Prem Ki Diwani Hoon 2003 Prem Kishen Mathur Sooraj R. Barjatya [38]
Koi... Mil Gaya 2003 Rohit Mehra Rakesh Roshan Filmfare Award for Best Actor
Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor
[12]
[39]
Lakshya 2004 Karan Shergill Farhan Akhtar Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [40]
[41]
Krrish 2006 Krishna Mehra / Krrish & Rohit Mehra[I] Rakesh Roshan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [42]
[43]
Dhoom 2 2006 Aryan/Mr.A Sanjay Gadhvi Filmfare Award for Best Actor [16]
[44]
I See You 2006 Unknown Vivek Agrawal Special appearance in song "Subah Subah" [45]
Om Shanti Om 2007 Himself Farah Khan Special appearance [46]
Jodhaa Akbar 2008 Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar Ashutosh Gowariker Filmfare Award for Best Actor [17]
[47]
Krazzy 4 2008 Unknown Jaideep Sen Special appearance in song "Krazzy 4" [48]
Luck by Chance 2009 Ali Zaffar Khan Zoya Akhtar [49]
Kites 2010 Jai Singhania Anurag Basu Also playback singer for song "Kites in the Sky" [50]
[51]
Guzaarish 2010 Ethan Mascarenhas Sanjay Leela Bhansali Also playback singer for song "What a Wonderful World"
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[51]
[52]
[53]
Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara 2011 Arjun Saluja Zoya Akhtar Also playback singer for song "Señorita"
Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor
[54]
[55]
[56]
Don 2 2011 Don Farhan Akhtar Special appearance [57]
Agneepath 2012 Vijay Deenanath Chauhan Karan Malhotra Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [58]
[59]
Main Krishna Hoon 2013 Himself Rajiv S. Ruia Cameo appearance [60]
Krrish 3 2013 Krishna Mehra / Krrish & Rohit Mehra[I] Rakesh Roshan Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [61]
[62]
Bang Bang! 2014 Rajveer Nanda/Jai Nanda Siddharth Anand Nominated—Filmfare Award for Best Actor [63]
[64]
Hey Bro 2015 Himself Ajay Chandhok Special appearance in song "Birju" [65]
Mohenjo Daro 2016 Sarman Ashutosh Gowariker [66]
Kaabil 2017 Rohan Bhatnagar Sanjay Gupta [67]
Hrudayantar 2017 TBA Vikram Phadnis Marathi film - Cameo appearance [68]


Television

Title Year Role Creator(s) Director(s) Notes Ref.
The World History of Organized Crime 2001 Himself Towers Productions Scott Alexander Television documentary [69]
Just Dance 2011 Judge SOL Ashim Sen Reality show [19]

Music video appearances

Title Year Role Performer(s) Album Ref.
"Dheere Dheere" 2015 Unknown Yo Yo Honey Singh [70]
"Ae Raju" 2016 Unknown 6 Pack Band [71]

Footnote

^[I] Roshan played dual roles in the film.[23][72]

See also

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