Indian actor Hrithik Roshan had his career beginnings in 1980, starting his career with uncredited roles. His first credited role was in 1986’s Bhagwaan Dada. In the 1990s, he chose to work behind the camera as an assistant director. Roshan resumed his Bollywood career in 2000, starring in the film Kaho Naa… Pyaar Hai. For his first starring role, he won both the Filmfare Award for Best Male Debut and Filmfare Award for Best Actor.
He next gave positive performances in such films as Fiza and Kabhi Khushi Kabhie Gham… The actor won acclaim again with the 2003 movie Koi… Mil Gaya, winning him the Filmfare Award for Best Actor and Filmfare Critics Award for Best Actor. Around this period, he also established himself as one of India’s leading actor. He next received Best Actor nominations for his roles in Lakshya and Krrish.
He next starred in 2006’s Dhoom 2, which won him another Best Actor Award. His portrayal of Jalaluddin Mohammad Akbar in 2008’s Jodhaa Akbar also garnered him praise. He continued his prolific career in the 2010s, starring in such films as Guzaarish, Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara, Agneepath, and Bang Bang! Roshan also played the lead role in 2013’s Krrish 3. More recently, he made starring performances in Kaabil, Super 30, and War.
Hrithik Roshan keeps in good shape by watching what he eats and working out. His workout routine is basically a combination of many things. For starters, he does cardio on a regular basis. Judging from his ripped body, it’s also obvious that the award-winning actor performs weights as part of his fitness regimen.
Injuries also don’t stop him from keeping up with his routine. Though, of course, he knows he needs to train more properly after recovering. For strengthening his upper body, Roshan usually relies on dumbbell inclined chest press as this always does the trick. He also makes sure that he doesn’t miss on anything, so he makes sure he also trains his back and legs. Of course, stretching before and after exercising is a must for him, too.