It’s really about being able to see yourself doing the impossible says Hrithik Roshan


Addressing the crowd, Hrithik said, “I am very humbled and I feel so much love right now. My strength and weakness is because of you that I am who I am.”

“There is philosophy that stands by, what says and believes, if you can imagine it then you can do it and that’s where I connected with because that’s where I come from. Every single thing I have done in my life, people used to say don’t do this because it’s impossible or difficult but I could see it so clearly in my head doing things that people are saying is not possible to do because I see it. I made it happen and that is something I appreciate about and that’s where I think appreciation and connect comes from so this is something really nice for us all to take back home as an example. “

“All the amazing things that people have done in their life because I feel it’s really about being able to see yourself do the impossible. If you can see yourself then you can actually make it happen”.

When asked Hrithik what is his favorite sport to play or watch, to that, Hrithik said, “The most incredible sport in the world is sport of love and I play that with every film of mine and people who played is, me and my audience and nobody loses in that game, we always win”

Hrithik last seen in Sanjay Gupta’s Kaabil along with Yami Gautam which did well at box office and now the 43-year-old actor will turn math wizard for Vikas Bahl’s film tentatively titled Super 30.

Super 30 is based on the life of Patna-based mathematician Anand Kumar who runs the famed Super 30 program for IIT aspirants in Patna.

Hrithik recently invited Anand to his residence in Mumbai. Anand Kumar posted pictures of their meeting on Facebook.

But what took everyone by surprise was his recent meeting with Katrina Kaif. This has led to speculation that Katrina might work with Hrithik once again in Super 30.

Kumar shared pictures with Katrina on Facebook, wherein she is seen immersed in a conversation with him.

The 44-year-old mathematician coaches economically backward students for IIT-JEE. It all began in 2002 when Kumar started the program with the aim to groom IIT aspirants who couldn’t afford the tuition fees. And fifteen years later, Kumar is still busy preparing the aspirants for a bright future. The film will trace Anand’s rise to fame as the founder of the Super 30 program.