Hrithik Roshan made a candid reflection on his career as he shared insights into his unwavering belief in gauging the success of his films at the box office.
During an interview with Pinkvilla, the Fighter star discussed the process of transitioning from one movie to the next and was questioned about how he manages to disconnect from one project and seamlessly shift to another.
On this, Roshan,50, said, "So I have been very fortunate. My assessment of my films have never failed me. So once I watch my first copy, I kind of have a lower marker and an upper marker (in terms of box office). And then I disconnect.”
He added, “And then I sit back and watch, and finally, up until now atleast, I have always been at peace with how much the film has done at the box office; Because I have kept my lower marker and upper marker and it has always been within that."
The War actor provided a glimpse into his approach to evaluating his movies. He expressed, "It's really not a mental math which I do. I only equate it to how much the film moves me and how much it engages me."
He proceeded to discuss his approach of watching his films with objectivity rather than being in awe while viewing them.
The Bang Bang! actor said, "So I have this amazing, I think it's incredible and I am so thankful and I am so scared that if I say it'll go away; I have this knack of watching my films so incredibly objective and restless way; Like I am not interested in this film.”
Roshan went on to say, “I see it like that and then I set my markers; How much it pulled me. I kind of start like wanting not to like it; Wanting not to like me also. And then I think something I do has just worked. It's like magic. I don't know what it is".