Days after a controversy invoked by his sister Sunaina, actor Hrithik Roshan has revealed that things are in fact warm and cosy within the family. "It's a beautiful relationship. With our kids, with us as friends, it's all about wisdom. One thing is for sure, Love can't turn into hate. If it's hate, it wasn't love. The flipside of love... is also love. Once you understand that, you'll keep finding ways back into love."
On the professional front, Hrithik will be seen in his upcoming film 'Super 30', which will see him play the role of Bihar mathematician Anand Kumar. He said he is consciously choosing films that deeply move him. "The rest of the journey becomes easy. I'm not a very good actor, I'm not the fittest guy. I'm the opposite of these things, so movies for me are a very difficult thing. It takes a lot out of me to do the simplest things that other actors do instinctively. That's why I need to find stories that fuel me to go through the entire process- to wake up at 6 o'clock, to take the aching back, knees, shoulders, the broken bones, and do what I do. 'Super 30' just hit it out of the park for me, especially the climax."
Hrithik also claimed that he is happy to see that the star system is withering away. "We’re getting to a much better place. It’s far more real – that whole concept of actors being gods? The distance isn’t that much now. Look at Tiger (Shroff), Varun (Dhawan), Ranbir (Kapoor)– they’re chill. No one’s walking around like a star. But they’re still delivering hit films."