Hrithik Roshan is one of the most loved celebrities in Bollywood. Hrithik Roshan was one of the celebrities who attended the IIFA Awards on Saturday in Abu Dhabi. The actor bagged Best Actor award for his terrific performance in the action-drama Vikram Vedha, which also starred Saif Ali Khan. Hrithik Roshan gave Vedha’s portrayal a ruthless, terrifyingly mad, yet charming, and delectably mischievous tone.
Hrithik Roshan wins Best Actor award at IIFA
While receiving the award on stage, Hrithik said, “Vedha helped unleash a certain madness inside me which I don’t know existed. So, thank you to the universe & thank you to Vedha for helping me discover that madness & the strength to hold that madness.”
Hrithik did everything to deliver a performance that will be remembered for years. Hrithik didn’t just the character but he became ‘Vedha’ completely absorbing every element of the character and his nuances. The superstar absolutely let go and submitted to the process, participating in everything from voice training and speaking gibberish to dialogue rehearsals, dancing to 80s music, emoting to nature, and recording himself to perfect his mannerisms and dialect.
Audiences revisited the superstar’s standout performance yet again as ‘Vikram Vedha’ dropped on OTT and led to a flurry of comments on social media in praise for Hrithik. With his unrivalled screen presence, Hrithik made Vedha a villain you couldn’t help but root for and it went on to win him immense praise from the audience and critics alike.
The role also went on to cement Hrithik Roshan’s dominance when it comes to reimaging iconic roles, from Vikram Vedha to Agneepath, showcasing that when it comes to performances, no one can do it the way he does!
It was indeed the best performance of last year. He is the most complete actor that we have in India.
The actor will be next seen in Fighter with Deepika Padukone and War 2.
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