Hrithik Roshan’s poem goes viral on social media, he says, ‘I feel only gratitude and contentment’

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Hrithik Roshan’s son Hrehaan turned 12 on March 28, 2018. To mark his son’s birthday, Hrithik shared a motivating video with a ‘universal message’ on his Twitter page. He captioned the video saying, “To all our sons and daughters and to the child within us all. Sharing something I wrote ( headphones please).”

 

In the video, Hrithik talks about overcoming fear and not letting it push you down. He also talks about his own weaknesses and how he didn’t let it come in his way.

 

Talking about the idea behind this empowering message, an insider told a leading daily, ”His idea was to encourage people to not be afraid and instead do something different, and move ahead in life. Looking at the response it has received, it’s clear that everyone can personally relate to the personal message.”

 

Hrithik brought instances from his own childhood into the poem. He explains how fear could have easily persuaded a man born with six fingers to never become an actor

 

As soon as the actor posted the video, it went viral. Abhishek Bachchan, Shahid Kapoor, Ronit Roy and many other celebs gave Hrithik a thumbs up for this inspiring message.

 

Shahid Kapoor took to Twitter and said, “Love it.” On the other hand, Abhishek said, “This is beautiful.. Well done @iHrithik proud of you bro braz!”

 

When contacted, Hrithik told a leading daily, ”The seed, the idea got planted in my head. Then, I allowed it to take shape before letting it flow out. That’s all. It’s amazing to see what happens if you start with a simple step. I guess the message is an outcome of multiple experiences in my life. It was a simple post, but it has connected me to all my friends and fans so wonderfully. I feel only gratitude and contentment.” 

 

Hrithik is currently busy shooting for Super 30. He will be playing the role of ace mathematician Anand Kumar in the film.





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