See Pics: Most Stylish Avatars Of Hrithik Roshan
Hrithik Roshan, the ‘Greek God’, is considered as one of the biggest style icons of Bollywood industry apart from his amazing acting accolades to his heart-winning dancing skills.
The teenagers of our country have always tried to follow the amazing style statements of Hrithik Roshan and is considered as one of the sensational style icons of the upcoming generations. He is a perfectly-styled man, a woman of today dreams of having. He has been portraying different characters by changing his styles in every movie.
Let us take a look at the different avatars by Hrithik Roshan during his Bollywood journey:
Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai
Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai is one of the Indian romantic thriller films, debuted by Hrithik Roshan. He made his fans crazy and inspired them with his outstanding dance, acting and styling skills. During that time, the ‘Ek pal ka Jeena’ song made the fans strummed and the ‘Hrithik-style’ shades and the typical head hears became very popular. Also, the looks of Hrithik Roshan as Rohit Mehra with rimless glasses and colorful leather jackets became the trend of those days.
The amazing adaptation of Spanish culture into the movie and adoption of Spanish-guy look by Hrithik made the movie partly adorable. Hrithik was looking adorable in embroidered shirts with top patterned trousers.
The fans kept swooning by watching the dual style statements of Hrithik Roshan and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. Most were left speechless by seeing Hrithik in the royal avatar. All thanks to the designer Neeta Lulla for the amazingly designed Raaj poshaaks to beautiful jewelry collections.
In Dhoom 2, Hrithik carried multiple other roles to play the criminal character. The bare-chested vests and shirts, the stone embellished trousers and the printed hear gears caught the fans eyes. During the movie’s release, each of his looks became iconic.
Hrithik assumed a completely different look in his movie Krrish. Hrithik depicted a perfect Indian superhero look in his black vinyl glossy costume. The black Krrish mask was a signature addition to his look. After the release of the movie, the kids went crazy about Krrish’s style.
The role of a paralysed Anglo-Indian man adopted by Hrithik in Guzaarish did optimum justice to his role and the style statements. He maintained the dapper-like attitude while carrying the Anglo-styled suits along with bow-ties just like a true Anglo-Indian, even while playing the role of a physically challenged person.
Hrithik swayed in an ethnic avatar in Mohenjodaro made us again fall in love with him. Styled by Akshay Tyagi, he looked dapper in kurta-pajama. The indigo blue stole over his kurta gave a completely customary dressing. He looked amazingly awesome in his tailored-fit outfit, which enhanced his taut body.