The actor Hrithik Roshanhas won the hearts of the audience with his outstanding performances, charm and killing dance movies. The star has faced stammering issue in his early days and he knows what it is like to be on the other side. The actor who now delivers his lines with a punch on screen has bravely addressed his struggle with stammering, admitting that he could only fulfill his acting aspirations by undergoing speech therapy.
Hrithik has now been approached to become the brand ambassador of The Indian Stammering Association (TISA) following a discussion with nine of its members at his residence on March 15. In the early years of his career, Hrithik had to let go of many scripts that had long monologues because he wasn’t confident of carrying them off. He said, "I have now accepted myself as a slow speaker, I have to go through the sentences for a fraction of a second in my mind before saying them aloud. For a long period, it was a struggle for me to accept this, but now I am fine with it.”
On the work front, Hrithik will soon be seen playing mathematician Anand Kumar in Super 30. The film is slated for release in July 2019.