The Bollywood actor, who will be seen playing a teacher in his upcoming film 'Super 30', shared a thank you note for all the teachers out there.
Bollywood actor Hrithik Roshan's latest social media post is devoted to his teachers, people who "shape the future of the society"
Hrithik Roshan will be soon seen playing a teacher in his upcoming film 'Super 30', shared a thank you note for all the teachers out there.
"Where does change begin? It begins with a thought. Then the thought is passed on, seeded, taught to others. That's how people learn, that's how nations grow. If you want to be a nation builder, become a teacher. Because it is them who are seeding the thoughts, shaping the future of our society and country in the truest sense," he wrote.
"I have heard so many people say that they want to make a difference in our society, but I haven't heard anyone say that I want to change the world by becoming a teacher," he continued.
. @DelhiUniversity @AUD_Delhi @uniOFcalcutta @Uni_Mumbai @JUFET @JNU_IN @InduShahani @kishu_daswani @awanishkumar86 @NandiniNaik13 @kaushikcbasu @Silarai @nandinisundar @ProfChaman @HappymonJacob @subhajit_n pic.twitter.com/buAFSVsTCu— Hrithik Roshan (@iHrithik) July 3, 2019
The actor concluded the post by thanking the teachers. "Thank you to all the teachers for their contribution," he wrote.
Vikas Bahl directs the movie, the upcoming biopic is one of the highly-anticipated films of 2019.
Even in our worst state of despair , we must have the courage, strength and wisdom to stand up strong and change our attitude towards life situations and events . . Stand up and dance if u have to ! . . U control. don’t let the environment control you . . . A very different side of super 30 class. I really enjoyed my young co actors who are from diverse backgrounds and most of them are facing the camera for the first time. . . #super30 #keepcreating #keepgrowing #wearetheworld #studentsforever
The film chronicles the life story of Anand Kumar, an Indian mathematician who quit his job as a teacher in a top coaching centre attended by affluent students, to dedicate his time into teaching underprivileged children.
The film will hit the theatres on July 12, this year.
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Last Updated Jul 4, 2019, 1:44 PM IST