On Monday, the actor penned a motivational note about how he decided to keep working and face the pain instead of giving up. Sharing a video from the gym with his trainer, Hrithik wrote, “Laughter was not on the agenda that morning. I remember waking up weak, it was back on and I thought it was bicep day. Both are unsure of my injuries. Looking at the number of sets and reps, the goal is clearly set by Chris at the highest intensity possible. My left bicep tendon injury felt like it was working, I didn’t want to workout that morning. I felt scared and uncertain. The decision was left to me. The choice was to take the day off or train.
He further revealed his decision, saying, “I looked at it in my mind this way – if I could get it done it would feel good – and set a precedent. If I didn’t get it done, it was time to fail and learn.” Would love to try – and it would set an informed precedent that would keep me injury-free in the future. Either way, starting over was a win. I decided to go for it. The view tells the rest of the story.
Hrithik Roshan will soon be seen in an action-packed avatar in Siddharth Anand’s directorial ‘Fighter’ alongside Deepika Padukone.