10 Movies You Won’t Believe Hrithik Roshan Rejected!

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9BUNTY AUR BABLI

 
 

No one can forget the crime comedy movie ‘Bunty Aur Babli’ which hit the screens in the year 2005. It is a film which, apart from starring the then rumored couple of Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukherji in the lead roles, featured the most popular song of the last decade – Kajra Re, picturised on Aishwarya Rai. The film is still remembered as much for the iconic song as for its sleek storyline and brilliant performances by Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan and Rani Mukherji. The stupendous commercial as well as critical success of the movie helped Abhishek position himself as a bankable actor in the industry.

The audience loved the film and made it a blockbuster within no time. But many people don’t know that the shrewd and cunning character of Rakesh Trivedi, which was played by Abhishek Bachchan, first went to Hrithik Roshan. Yes, you read that right. Produced by Aditya Chopra and directed by Shaad Ali, ‘Bunty Aur Babli’ was first offered to Hrithik Roshan. Yash Raj Films’ head honcho, Aditya Chopra, himself approached the actor to cast him in the movie, but Hrithik declined the offer. The reason behind him not accepting the film was that the actor felt that he would not be able to do justice to a character like Bunty. He then suggested Abhishek Bachchan’s name to the filmmaker. And rest, they say, is history. The film emerged one of the biggest blockbusters of 2005, sweeping many awards at various awards shows. We wonder if the film would have been the same had Hrithik been a part of it. But one thing is sure that Hrithik must have felt very bad for not being a part of such a wonderful and successful venture.

TRIVIA: Sushmita Sen was first considered for the iconic item number ‘Kajra Re’, which eventually went to Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. . .

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After finishing my post graduation in Mass Communication & Journalism from Guru Gobind Singh Indraprasth University, New Delhi, I tried my best to settle down in the national capital with a copywriting job in hand, but my profound fascination for films and a penchant for writing about them landed me in the maximum city, Mumbai. Now, I work as an Entertainment Journalist who loves to lose himself in films, books and old Bollywood melodies, especially sung by the legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar. If you want to get in touch with him, feel free to send a sweet message on mohnishmania@gmail.com.

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