Even after completing 50 years in the Indian entertainment industry, actor-filmmaker Rakesh Roshan says that with the passing of time, he has got the biggest education ‘always be a student’. Rakesh Roshan tweeted on Sunday congratulating messages, “Thank you all for the wishes, the best thing I have learned in these 50 years is: Always be a student, trying to make your dreams come true. Best wishes to all the students. ”
Thank you 4 your wishes. D best thing I learnt in 50yrs is to always remain a student. Good luck 2 all you students in pursuing your dreams.
— Rakesh Roshan (@RakeshRoshan_N) July 2, 2017
Rakesh Roshan started his cinematic journey in 1967, and in 1970 started the film ‘Ghar-Ghar Ki’ from the acting world. He entertained the audience with his acting in films such as ‘Khatta Meetha’, ‘Khel Khel’ and ‘Khubsurat’. Rakesh Roshan steps into the field of production from ‘Khudgarj’ (1987).
— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) July 1, 2017
Hrithik Roshan wrote on Twitter on this occasion: “A celebration of 50 years of father’s journey in cinema, but he is in office and is moving towards 100 years. Thank you for presenting an impossible example for us. Papa loves you. ” The father and son together have given successful films like ‘Kaho Naa Pyar Hai’ and ‘Koi Mil Gaya’.
Hrithik once said in an interview to IANS that his father is full of energy and is very energetic and no one can take his place. He will always remain and work.