Odishatv Bureau

The year is turning out quite good for the “Koi Mil Gaya” superstar who is currently riding high on the success of his latest blockbuster “Super 30.” Incidentally, very recently, Hrithik Roshan was also declared the “Most Handsome Man in the world” for 2019 by a US-based agency. In this ranking, the Indian actor surpassed international big names like David Beckham, Chris Evans, and Robert Pattinson.

And now, the Bollywood superstar has received an invitation from the Oxford Union which is a student society with historic acclaim and a part of the prestigious Oxford University. In the invitation letter, the union has requested the actor to speak at Oxford University and interact with the students.

Oxford Students Looking For To Hear Hrithik Roshan

According to reports, many members from the Oxford Union are huge Bollywood fans or they want to become actors. That is why they are quite eager to hear the Indian superstar narrate his journey to stardom and take inspiration from it. It has been 19 years since Hrithik Roshan entered the Bollywood industry and earned a name for him.

He has won accolades for several movies but received wide fame and appreciation for his role of “Krrish.” Through “Super 30,” the actor for the first time has portrayed the role of a mathematician Anand Kumar. The film is a biopic of the celebrated teacher and has received a decent box-office success.

While talking about the invitation from the Oxford Union, the actor said, “I am extremely delighted that not just in India, but people overseas are also appreciating the hard work we have put in Super 30. It’s my responsibility to spread as much inspiration, happiness, and knowledge as I can through the cinema I do and even, through interactions.”

Discussing the movie “Super 30,” Hrithik said that it revolves around a selfless man who spreads the word of knowledge and education to make the life of people better. The actor thanked the audiences in the country and abroad and said that he is looking forward to meeting the students from Oxford University.

By Sangati Jogwar