Hrithik Roshan pissed with rumours around KRRISH 3 collections
Bollywood's Greek God Hrithik Roshan issued a press statement expressing his displeasure over the rumours around the collections of his last superhero flick KRRISH 3, which released on November 1, 2013.
While there have been reports about the makers claiming inflated figures about the film's business, Hrithik Roshan denied the reports and said, "Some from d industry and certain sections of the media are hell bent on putting me, my father and KRRISH 3 down. I have maintained my silence until now but these derogatory manipulations need to stop. KRRISH 3 has done a business of about 244cr India and around 55cr overseas."
With Hrithik's personal life going through a rough patch, the statement issued seems to hint at some trouble brewing between his friends from the industry too. The statement further read, "I wonder who these people are who have been so affected by these numbers and my success. Are they the ones I call my friends I wonder? I would like to tell them that they need not ever be insecure about another man's success cause all they need to do is concentrate on their own hard work which in turn will help them achieve what they want."
"Believe in karma. As my father and I do. And one last thing about my father and me as a team- WE'V ONLY JUST," concluded Hrithik.
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