Saba Azad calls her ‘love’ Hrithik Roshan ‘a giant’ as he recuperates from an injury; Tiger Shroff, Varun Dhawan REACT | – Times of India



Hrithik Roshan shared insights into his recent injury, sparking reactions from his girlfriend, Saba Azad, and other well-known personalities such as Varun Dhawan and Tiger Shroff.
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Hrithik posted a photo of himself with crutches, reflecting on the concept of true strength. His girlfriend, Saba Azad, responded with admiration, describing him as a ‘giant’ in her eyes.

Tiger Shroff, Hrithik’s co-star in ‘War,’ sent him wishes for a quick recovery, saying, ‘Get well soon.’ Similarly, Varun Dhawan expressed his heartfelt wishes with a simple message, ‘Heal up.’
Hrithik’s father, Rakesh Roshan, extended his support, wishing him more strength.Vishal Dadlani, the composer of Hrithik’s recent film ‘Fighter,’ offered encouraging words, citing the adage “what doesn’t kill you, only makes you stronger.” Furthermore, Neil Nitin Mukesh sent his blessings, urging Hrithik to get well soon.

Hrithik Roshan shares mirror selfie with crutches, leaving fans worried about the ‘Fighter’ actor’s health

Alongside the picture of himself on crutches, Hrithik Roshan penned a soul-searching narrative, beginning with a simple yet profound inquiry: “Good afternoon. How many of you out there ever needed to be on crutches or a wheelchair n how did that make you feel?”
Sharing a personal anecdote, Hrithik reflected on his grandfather’s refusal to use a wheelchair despite being injured. This story prompted him to delve into the intricate dynamics of pride and perception. He recounted, “I remember my grandfather refusing to sit on a wheelchair at the airport because it wouldn’t align with his own mental image of himself as ‘strong.’ I remember saying ‘But Deda, it’s just an injury and nothing to do with how old you are! It will help heal the injury n not damage it further!’”

Expressing his own feelings regarding the same, the actor shared, “It made me so sad to see how strong he needed to be just to hide the fear n embarrassment on the inside. I couldn’t make sense of it. Made me feel helpless. I argued that the age factor is not applicable cause he needs the wheelchair for an injury and not his old age. He refused n kept the strong image on display for strangers (who literally didn’t care). It worsened his pain and delayed the healing.”
He further remarked, “There definitely is merit in that kind of conditioning, its a virtue. It’s the mentality of a soldier. My dad comes from the same conditioning. MEN are strong. But if you say soldiers never need crutches And even when they medically do, they must refuse, just for the sake of keeping the illusion of strong intact, Then I just think that the virtue has been stretched so far that it borders on plain stupidity.”
Offering his profound perspective on true strength, Hrithik asserted, “I believe true strength is being relaxed, composed and fully aware that nothing, not crutches, not a wheelchair, not any inability or vulnerability – and certainly not any sitting position can lessen or alter the image of that GIANT that you are on the inside.”
Concluding with a thought-provoking note, Hrithik stated, “Anyways, pulled a muscle yesterday woke up wanting to reach out about this notion of strength. This is ofcourse a bigger conversation , the crutches is just a metaphor. If you get it, you get it.”



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