One of the most impressive debuts in the history of Hindi film industry was Hrithik Roshan in "Kaho Na Pyar Hai". With the film, Hrithik not only achieved overnight stardom, but also became a heartthrob of billions.
Despite his superstardom, one unvarying criticism of Hrithik's career has been his reluctance to do more films. When quizzed about the same he said, "Yes, of course. Anybody would. There’s no reason for me to purposely do fewer films. Why would I not want to do more films? That’s not the motive. But the motive is to find great scripts where I can do something special. I don’t want to take up everything that comes to me and then, not do proper justice to it."
Few days back, Salman Khan had opined on the current box-office state of affairs that there have been few successful films this year. Hrithik stressed on the same point saying, "Yes, there’s a huge crunch at the box office and I totally agree with what Salman has said. I’m trying to do that, but I am not finding amazing films. But I’m totally open to doing at least two films every year. There’s a dearth of good stories. And we should hold ourselves responsible because we, as an industry, have not made writing aspirational. The writer is the one with whom everything starts and stops. Everything happens because of the script and everything depends on that man with the pen. Yet, we do not see their worth. We don’t pay them enough, we don’t hold them in high regard, we don’t respect them enough."
Rumors are also rampant that Hrithik has opted out of Vikas Bahl's "Super 30", a biopic on the life of famous mathematician, Anand Kumar.