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It is the 'Greek God' Hrithik Roshan's birthday! From winning hearts with his dancing skills to his acting accolades, he is also one of the biggest style icons of B-Town.
Young guys growing up during the beginning of the 21st century always followed the amazing style statements of the then budding actor, Hrithik Roshan. It was easily forecasted that he would become a style sensation for many of this and the upcoming generations.
He still continues to be the perfectly styled man a woman can dream of and the ladies do swoon over him even now.
This man has always been a method actor and always believes in changing styles for portraying different characters. Let us take a detailed look at Hrithik's different style statements adopted for different movies during his acting journey.
Let us start with his first movie.
Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai
He started making girls crazy and inspiring guys with his amazing acting, dance and styling skills from his debut movie. The 'Ek pal kaa jeena' song might have strummed the speakers for months after the release and the typical head gears and 'Hrithik-style' shades became very popular during that time.
Also, the looks of Rohit's doppleganger, including the colourful leather jackets and the rimless glasses became the trend of those times.
Cannot tell much about the box office performance of the movie, but the amazing adoptation of Spanish culture into the movie made it partly adorbale. In some looks, Hrithik aodpted the typical Spanish-guy look, wearing embroidered shirts with top patterned trousers. Didn't he look adorable?
A, being an Ashutosh Gowarikar movie and B, for the grandeur style statements of Aishwarya Rai Bachchan (Jodha) and Hrithik Roshan (Akbar), we totally kept drooling for the long 3 hours and 34 minutes movie. Designer Neeta Lulla designed attires for both the actors. Seeing the royal avatar of Hrithik, we all were totally speechless, weren't we?
From Neeta Lulla's designed 'Raaj poshaaks' to Tanishq's beautiful jewellery collection, each of these made Hrithik look even more adorable than ever.
While we talk about Hrithik's looks in this movie, we might cross centuries. He carried various other roles to play the miscreant character in the movie. What caught our eyes most included the bare-chested vests and shirts, the printed head gears and the stone embellished trousers. Each of these statements became iconic during the movie's release.
This movie was not just a benchmark in Hrithik's career but he had to change his complete avatar to be the young and naive military person. For one of the songs in the movie, Hrithik adopted a look with custom-styled hair and wearing metallic patched pants with a white T-shirt.
No really a style, but Hrithik adopted this completely different avatar for his movie Krrish. He wore this black superhero costume. The vinyl glossy costume looked quite good on Hrithik, suiting him to be a perfect Indian superhero. The mask was his signature addition to the look.
When the movie released, kids went crazy after Krrish's style and many of them grabbed a set of Krrish costume from their parents too!
Last but not the least, Hrithik's avatar while adopting the role of a paralysed Anglo-Indian man did optimum justice to not just the role but also the style statements. He carried the Anglo-styled suits and bow-ties impeccably like a true Anglo-Indian, maintaining the dapper-like attitude even while playing the role of a physically challenged person.
These movies have become different benchmarks in Hrithik's career and he will always remain a favourite style icon to this and the generations to come hereon.