Hrithik Roshan revealed, said- ‘I was advised not to act, cried a lot on the way due to health issue’

Hrithik Roshan revealed, said- 'I was advised not to act, cried a lot on the way due to health issue'
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New Delhi. Bollywood veteran and handsome hunk Hrithik Roshan is the most fit and talented actor in B-Town. He is called the Greek God of Bollywood because of his looks. Along with his acting, Hrithik is also known for his killer looks, strong physique and excellent dance. But do you know, in childhood Hrithik has faced body image and confidence issue during his childhood days. Hrithik spoke openly about this.

Hrithik Roshan told about his painful childhood in an interview given to ‘The Indian Express’. He revealed that he stammered as a child, due to which he used to get bullied at school. In those days he had no friends and no girlfriend.

Hrithik Roshan used to cry a lot on the way
According to the report, the actor revealed that he used to cry only when he used to come home from school. Those days used to be very difficult days for Hrithik. He said that to deal with this case, his doctors advised him not to become an actor as they believed that he would not be able to dance due to his backbone issue. He remained in depression till then, but eventually he strengthened himself by working on his mental and body health and finally conquered his shortcomings.

upcoming movies
Talking about work, she was recently seen in the film Vikram Vedha opposite Saif Ali Khan. Now in the coming days, he will be seen in Siddharth Anand’s Fighter alongside Deepika Padukone and Anil Kapoor. The shooting of the film is going on continuously. The film will release next year.

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