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Can Hrithik Roshan rise like a phoenix and prove that ‘form is temporary but class is permanent’

‘Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’, ‘Mission Kashmir’, ‘Koi Mil Gaya’, ‘Jodhaa Akbar’, ‘Krrish’ franchise – these films have been done by none other than Hrithik Roshan and they not only went on to become commercially successful, but were also appreciated by critics. So what has happened to the class and aura of Hrithik Roshan?

Recently, Hrithik Roshan yet again postponed the release of his film ‘Super 30’. This after his adversary i.e. Kangana Ranaut decided to shift the release of ‘Mental Hai Kya’ to July 26. Kangana’s commander-in-chief and troll specialist Rangoli Chandel started blasting and abusing (seems like her modus operandi) Hrithik and the talented cinestar succumbed under pressure and delayed the release of ‘Super 30’.

There is no love lost between Kangana and Hrithik. The actress some people would say deliberately pushed the release of ‘Mental Hai Kya’ to July 26.

The step taken by Hrithik in my view is very cowardly and shows that he is voluntarily being bullied. Hrithik wrote a long explanation on Twitter and said he wants to have dignity and doesn’t want to stoop to their level, but that’s what bullies want and he gave them that on the platter.

Hrithik Roshan had made his debut in 2000 with ‘Kaho Na Pyaar Hai’ and became an overnight star. The actor had magnificent looks, amazing dancing skills, outstanding physique and looked like a star. But, the last 4-5 years have been very very tough on Hrithik. As his divorce with Sussanne Khan, health issues, public row and court cases with Kangana, his father Rakesh Roshan’s health being under the scanner, and his failing Bollywood career.

Hrithik Roshan has always battled challenges in life and just because your couple of films don’t work at the box-office, it doesn’t make you bad overnight. Hrithik Roshan has to keep in mind one thing that class is class and you don’t have any substitute for pedigree. The ‘Mohenjo Daro’ actor is certainly going through a rough patch and he would be the first one to admit that, but you don’t spend close to 20 years in the industry if you are not talented. The 45-year-old actor shouldn’t have delayed the release of ‘Super 30’ and the best way to fight bullies and your fears is to take them head-on.

One thing I really admire about Hrithik is that he hasn’t responded to Kangana in her style. And as former US first lady Michelle Obama had famously said during 2016 US Presidential election (Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton), ‘if they go low, you go high’. Hrithik has not stooped down to the horrendous and obnoxious level of Kangana and Rangoli.

‘Super 30’ has been caught in a series of controversies and the release date has been delayed.

‘Super 30’ is a perfect film and story for Hrithik to bounce back as it talks about the journey and hardship of mathematician Anand Kumar. And prove that ‘form is temporary but class is permanent’. Hrithik will forever remain a champion and at the end of the day, he has it in him to rise like a phoenix.

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