Hrithik at Madame Tussauds
Actor to fly off to London to unveil his wax statue on January 20, will keep Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan companyentertainment Updated: Jan 09, 2011 14:56 IST
On January 20, Hrithik Roshan will be in London to unveil his waxed look-alike at Madame Tussauds. The actor who turns 36 tomorrow, will be accompanied by wife Sussane, sons, Hrehaan and Hridaan, his parents and his grandparents.
“I’d never imagined that I would, one day, be unveiling my own statue. But life is amazing and springs these beautiful surprises on you,” smiles the star who will also be holidaying in the UK for a week post the headline-grabbing ceremony.Hrithik and Sussane celebrated a decade of wedded bliss last month and apparently his wife has planned a ‘surprise’ for his birthday. Reportedly, the couple will be air-dashing to the US for a day. “Well, if she has planned something special then I shouldn’t be spoiling it by talking about it, right?” he laughs.
“But one thing I can tell you, no birthday in the US for me. Since we have to go to London in 10 days' time, I don’t think Sussane would contemplate another long air travel. Honestly, I wouldn’t mind an ordinary day with those I love. I’ve had a fabulous year behind me and I don’t want to ask God for anything more.”
Hrithik completed a creatively-fulfilling decade in the industry with Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s
in 2010. “The film was symbolic of the work I have done in the last 10 years. And it was an inspiration to continue doing more of the same. I have no complaints. Sure there were some miserable phases, but they were the wind beneath my wings and helped me fly. Your miseries determine your happiness. And today, thanks to them, I’m on a super high,” says the upbeat actor, who starts shooting for Karan Johar’s
remake next month, followed by the
Zindagii Na Mile Dobara
is gearing up for a summer release and
, in which he has a special cameo, will probably come by the year-end. “Right now I’m looking forward to the London break. It’ll give me an opportunity to spend some quality time with my family before I start work on the
remake,” he reasons. “Once that gets going, it’ll just be work and more work for the next five to six months.”
First Published: Jan 09, 2011 14:06 IST