Hrithik Roshan (born 10 January 1974) is an Indian Bollywood actor. His first leading role was in his father Rakesh’s Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai(2000), a box-office success that earned him several awards. After a series of unsuccessful films, he starred in the 2003 science fiction film Koi… Mil Gaya, which proved a turning point in his career; he also appeared in its highly successful sequels: Krrish (2006) and Krrish 3(2013). Roshan earned widespread praise for his roles in Dhoom 2(2006), Jodhaa Akbar (2008) and Guzaarish (2010). Further success came with the 2011 drama Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, the 2012 revenge film Agneepath, and Bang Bang!, a 2014 action comedy. One of the highest-paid actors in India, he has won many awards, including six Filmfares. He has also performed on stage, launched his own clothing line and debuted on television with Just Dance (2011). As a judge on the show, he became the highest-paid film star on Indian television. Roshan was married for fourteen years to Sussanne Khan, with whom he has two children. (Full article…)Recently featured: Der 100. PsalmPeriodic tableWilliam of WrothamArchiveBy emailMore featured articlesDid you know…Cabaret du Néant Intoxication Hall… that patrons of the Cabaret du Néant (Cabaret of Nothingness) drank beverages in the “Intoxication Hall” (pictured), which had chandeliers made of human bones and coffin-shaped tables?… that in 1927, barnstormer Doug Davis let 12-year-old Paul Tibbets drop Baby Ruth candy bars attached to parachutes from his biplane over Hialeah, Florida, kindling the boy’s love of flying?… that T-tubules allow heart muscle cells to contract more forcefully by synchronising calcium release?… that Kate Fotso, the richest woman in Cameroon, is known as the “iron lady of the cocoa industry”?… that in 1934 vitamin C was the first synthetic vitamin to be trademarked (as Redoxon) and marketed?… that the Santa Ana Heritage Zone encompasses a declared Heritage House and a local church that contains two National Cultural Treasures?… that when He Luli was 14, an assassin’s bombs killed her younger sister?… that Google Earth was originally developed for use by various agencies of the United States government, including the CIA?