Hrithik Roshan is synonymous with precise and impressive dance moves and the star, set to make his small screen debut with a dance reality show, feels honoured when seen as a symbol for dance in the country.
“I find every dance difficult. Whenever I start rehearsals, I start from zero and I feel that I can’t do this. Then I slowly learn. I’m no god of dance, but I’m very happy with the fact that I have become a symbol for dance and that through me, so many other talented gods of dance will get an opportunity,” Hrithik told reporters here.
Hrithik will judge Star Plus' reality show "Just Dance", going on air Saturday.
“I’m blessed that I have become a symbol for something that stands for such a great talent. But I’m not the best dancer in the country, city or my neighbourhood. I’m just a very hardworking dancer,” he added.
Hrithik, who proved his dancing prowess in his first film “Kaho Naa Pyar Hai” itself, will judge the show along with choreographers Farah Khan and Vaibhavi Merchant.
The 37-year-old, who makes jaws drop with his impeccable moves and flexible dancing style, calls Michael Jackson and Shammi Kapoor his idols.
Asked how he manages so many things together, Hrithik said: “The definition of a successful man is not depending on how much money a person has earned or how much fame he has, it is about how he manages his time.”
“If you are a slave to your time, then you can’t be successful man. The person who takes out time for everything he wants to do, that person is truly successful. Time management is important. It’s an everyday practice that I’m learning and I need to learn. There are too many things happening so I need to improve my time management techniques,” he added.