Birthday Special: Hrithik Roshan's Top Box Office Triumphs of All Time

From heartthrob debut to action-packed mega hits, explore Bollywood's ever-handsome Hrithik Roshan's cinematic odyssey – a tale of versatility, charisma, and record-breaking hits.

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Hrithik Roshan, Bollywood's Greek God, has sculpted an illustrious career marked by versatility and box office triumphs. From his sensational debut in "Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai" to the adrenaline-pumping "War," Roshan's cinematic journey is a tapestry of iconic roles and record-breaking hits.


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1. Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai (2000): Hrithik's debut film not only introduced him to the world but also became a massive box-office success. The romantic thriller, directed by his father Rakesh Roshan, was a phenomenon, breaking records and establishing him as the new heartthrob of audience Pan India.

Rakesh Roshan Had To Mortgage House And Car To Launch Son Hrithik Roshan In Kaho  Naa Pyaar Hai | Hrithik Roshan Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai: ऋतिक को हीरो बनाने के  लिए राकेश


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2. Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001): Often abbreviated as K3G, is a Hindi blockbuster released in 2001. This movie became a cultural phenomenon, not just for its compelling storyline but also for its lavish sets, soulful music, and memorable dialogues. The movie remains a beloved classic in Indian cinema, and Roshan's portrayal of Rohan is remembered as a significant and pivotal character who catalyzes bringing the story together. 


3. Koi Mil Gaya (2003): "Koi Mil…Gaya" marked a groundbreaking venture for Hrithik as he took on the role of Rohit Mehra, a character with special needs who befriends an extraterrestrial being. The film, directed by Rakesh Roshan, not only showcased his versatility but also introduced advanced visual effects to India. His endearing performance and the film's heartwarming narrative contributed to its success and left an enduring impact on the audience.

Hrithik Roshan Reveals His Character Rohit's Voice In Koi Mil Gaya Came  From A Cry: 'I Then Rehearsed..' - News18

4. Krrish (2006): The superhero sequel to "Koi Mil Gaya," "Krrish" showcased the actor in a dual role and proved to be a massive hit. The film's blend of sci-fi elements, compelling storyline, and Hrithik's charismatic performance contributed to its immense box office success.


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5. Dhoom 2 (2006): The actor's entry into the "Dhoom" universe, strengthened the franchise prospects. With high-octane action sequences and his stylish portrayal of a master thief, "Dhoom 2" became one of the highest-grossing films of the year.


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6. Jodhaa Akbar (2008): In the historical epic "Jodhaa Akbar," Hrithik portrayed the role of Emperor Akbar with regal finesse. The film's grandeur, coupled with Hrithik's stellar performance, resonated well with audiences, contributing to its success at the box office.

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7. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara (2011): This coming-of-age drama, directed by Zoya Akhtar, featured Hrithik in a stellar ensemble cast. The film's exploration of friendship, adventure, and self-discovery struck a chord with the audience, making it a critical and commercial success.

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8. Agneepath (2012): Hrithik's intense portrayal of Vijay Deenanath Chauhan in the "Agneepath" remake earned him accolades as he reinvented the angry young man for the new generation. The film's gripping narrative and Hrithik's powerful performance contributed to its success at the box office.


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9. Krrish 3 (2013): The third instalment in the "Krrish" franchise further solidified Hrithik's status as an Indian superhero. With cutting-edge visual effects and Hrithik's charismatic presence, "Krrish 3" became a major box office hit.

Hrithik Roshan In Krrish 2, PC Hrithik Roshan, Krrish 3 HD wallpaper |  Pxfuel

10. Bang Bang! (2014): The action-packed thriller "Bang Bang!" showcased Hrithik in a suave and dynamic avatar. The film's high-energy sequences, coupled with Hrithik's star power, made it a commercial success.

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11. Super 30 (2019): Roshan's portrayal of Anand Kumar, a mathematician on a mission to uplift underprivileged students, in "Super 30" showcased a different facet of his acting prowess. The film, based on a true story, received acclaim for its inspiring narrative and Hrithik's sincere performance, proving that he could seamlessly transition from action-packed roles to socially relevant characters.

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12. War (2019): "War" marked Mr Roshan's collaboration with Tiger Shroff, creating a high-octane action spectacle. The film not only broke box office records but also showcased Hrithik's enduring appeal as an action hero.

Hrithik Roshan to return as Kabir in War 2, Siddharth Anand may not direct  the film: Report | Hindi Movie News - Times of India

Greek God's impressive cinematic journey also boasts hits such as Mission Kashmir and Fiza, complemented by critically acclaimed masterpieces like Lakshya, Guzaarish, and Kaabil.

As we trace the arc of the actor's career, from his enchanting debut to the recent blockbuster "War," it's evident that he transcends genres with ease, leaving an indelible mark on Indian cinema. His ability to seamlessly navigate diverse roles, be it the lovable Rohit in "Koi Mil Gaya" or the fierce Vijay in "Agneepath," showcases a rare blend of talent and charisma. Hrithik's journey is a testament to the enduring allure of his on-screen presence and his commitment to pushing cinematic boundaries.


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