The stylish actor said he has no personal style statement and finds confidence very stylish.
Hrithik Roshan, playing a teacher next, calls educators the biggest stars
Mumbai - 03 Dec 2017 2:34 IST
Actor Hrithik Roshan, who plays the Patna-based mathematician Anand Kumar in a biopic titled Super 30, says it is an exciting role as teachers are the stars in everyone's lives.
The biopic, which is helmed by Vikas Bahl, will showcase the life of the mathematician who trains 30 deserving students from poorer sections of society for the IIT entrance examination every year, with a commendable success rate.
"I am very excited because I am doing a very inspiring film called Super 30," Hrithik Roshan said on the sidelines of the Filmfare Glamour & Style awards 2017 here on Friday. "I feel one of the most glamorous things and the biggest stars we have in our life are our teachers, because they educate and help in the progress of the human species."
One of the more stylish stars in Hindi cinema, Hrithik Roshan was asked about his personal style statement and whom he looks up to as a style icon. "It's a difficult question," he said, "because I feel I don't have a personal style statement.
"I look up to people for other things and not necessarily for style. What inspires me and what I find very stylish is confidence. I feel confidence is one thing that comes from your accomplishments and accomplishments come from hard work. In short, if you work hard, you will eventually look stylish."
The star's last big-screen outing was Sanjay Gupta's Kaabil (2017) with Yami Gautam.