His first film as a leading hero 'Kaho Na...Pyaar Hai' was a superhit and made him an overnight star. The star is seen sharing a lighter moment with his co-star Amisha Patel during an event
File picture of Hrithik with his paternal grandmother, Ira Roshan. Hrithik's grandfather is the famous composer Roshan.
File picture of Hrithik and his then fiance Suzanne Khan.
Hrithik waves at fans during his mehendi ceremony while his father-in-law, actor Sanjay Khan looks on.
During a celebrity match in Mumbai with cricketer Sachin Tendulakr.
Being part of a film family, Hrithik was interested in acting since an early age. He even acted in 'Bhagwaan Dada' as a child artist. The film starred Sridevi, Rajnikanth and his father Rakesh Roshan in the lead roles. Rakesh Roshan was also the director of the film.
Hrithik and Suzanne during their mehendi ceremony. The couple were childhood sweethearts.
As Hrithik Roshan turns a year older, we look at some candid moments of the actor captured on camera.
A childhood picture of the actor with father Rakesh Roshan and sister Sunaina.
The couple have identical tattoos on their wrists.
Actor Kunal Kapoor and Uday Chopra are supposed to be Hrithik's closes friends from the industry. In fact, Kunal introduced Hrithik to Suzanne.
Hrithik Roshan's maternal grandfather, J Om Prakash was also a well known producer.
The actor poses with his two sons, Hrehaan and Hridaan.
Hrithk and Suzanne with Suzanne's brother Zayed, sister Farah and their spouses Malika and Aqueel at a party.
When Hrithik entered the film industry in 1999, many felt he was a direct threat to the reigning superstar of Bollywood, Shah Rukh Khan. Much was written about their rivalry but the two actors are good friends. A file picture of Shah Rukh, Gauri Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Suzanne and actress Preity Zinta.
According to a news report, Hrithik's wax statue at Madam Tussauds' is one of the most kissed statues. Wife Suzanne plants a kiss on the waxed statue as Hrithik looks on.
File picture of Hrithik and Suzanne with former US president, Bill Clinton during one of his India visits.