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Tuesday 28 March 2017
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Stardom has no side effects, says Hrithik Roshan

New Delhi, March 24, 2013 (IANS)
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Actor Hrithik Roshan has been in the film industry for over a decade now and feels there are no negative aspects to being a star.

The 39-year-old started his career with the 2000 hit "Kaho Naa...Pyaar Hai" and has been part of many successful projects. The actor feels that everything is okay as long as an actor does not focus too much on himself.

"There are no side effects of anything. If there is a negative feedback then it is just a feedback. There is no negative side-effect. We all have areas in our life which are not perfect and we can choose to sit and complain about that," Hrithik told IANS.

"I feel the best way to live is to not to have a camera facing you. It should be facing outwards and you should be watching the world and you should be seeing your reflection on other people. If they are smiling at you and they are happy that means you are doing good," he added.

Having been part of blockbusters like "Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham...", "Mission Kashmir", "Jodhaa Akbar" and "Agneepath", Hrithik feels blessed to have received all the love from people around him and says it is his aim to spread happiness and give back the affection.

"My aim is to be able to make people around me feel as good as possible and basically give back all the goodness that I have felt. All the love that I have received is very powerful and the right use of this power is to give back and it is something that I have always had in my mind," he said.

"I have been looking for channels and ways to serve the people around me and the fans around me and the world in general," he added.

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