He has two thumbs on his right hand. It''s disgusting. Of course, in India, land of monkey gods, this makes him magical.
Sorry, the fact that he has three thumbs freaks me out.
lol i didn''t really take in the 2 thumbs bit the first time. meh, i guess it''s a bit creepy but not a dealbreaker
Uh-ruh -- just wondering.\
These beautiful Indians who land work in Bollywood -- are they usually of mixed race or are they purebred?
His family is at the link... all Indian. India is a very big place with a huge number of people. I would expect it is like China where there are a lot of different ethnic groups, and people from one end of the country look much different than people at the other end.
Only in India:\
"Today Pinkie [i.e. Hrithik Roshan''s mom] can sit back and enjoy the fruits of a wife and mother''s nourishing care and support. Her husband''s career as a filmmaker is flourishing, and her son''s career as a young actor goes from strength to strength. Personally too, both her children have started their own families. Pinkie now has a little grandchild, Sunaina''s daughter Suranika, and a dear daughter-in-law, Hrithik''s wife Suzanne, to shower her motherly affections on."
He''s probably Aryan. Not Hitler''s Aryans, but the people of the Central Asian steppes who gave their name to Iran.
I wonder if the two thumbs on his right hand can move separately, or is one kind of just... there.
He is all yours OP, that thump of his scares me.
Oh you D nellies. His two thumds are fine, leave it out. For fucks sake you''ve all seen worse, probably what you''ve kicked out of bed in the morning.\
He was on Sky News in the UK this morning and at least publicly he comes over as quiet, gracious and mild-mannered. Oh and his eyes are really pale, almost hazel-blue.
Pull my thumb.\
No, the other one.\
No, the other one.
I give him three BIG thumbs up!\
What is the format on the linked page called? \
Three thumbs... six toes - it''s all the same.
He''s refused to have the third thumb removed surgically. He calls it his good luck charm. \
He looks to me like an Indian Bradley Cooper--or rather, since he was famous before Cooper, Bradley Cooper has always looked to me like a WASP Hrithik Roshan. Roshan has the better body but there''s also something more effeminate about his look too--but they are both gorgeous guys. I would not kick him out of bed for leaving crumbs (or in his case, thumbs).
Fisting would be an experience.
India- Land of monkey gods seriously?
They do look alike, he's pure Indian though. Personally since I don't like Bradley's face structure like it's too broad, I'd definitely go for the Indian guy. Hrithik in spite of being an actor doesn't have some very attractive pictures on the internet, but none the less looks great in the movies. The rest depends on what your choice is.
The few goodlooking Indian guys I have chosen to sleep with have all smelled. Sorry, but it's true.
He has two cocks, too.
He is one of the hottest men in the world. Photos don't do him justice. He's actually a pretty good actor who's been stuck in some hilariously bad films, and I've watched many of them just to enjoy the sight of him. There are no actors in mainstream US films who are as attractive and charismatic as he is, so much so that the thumbs become a non-issue while you're watching.
Linked below is Hrithik in a song from one of the most weirdly awful Bollywood films I've ever seen, but even amid the weirdness, his attraction is undeniable. The horseback scene is priceless.
Why is it that in countries like India and the Philippines, that all movie stars and celebrities look more Western, than like actual Indians and Filipinos?
I always marvel at how much these people hate themselves.
r26, his family are from northern India, where his looks are typical.
Two thumbs up!!!
Because not all Indians are purely just Indian, r26, but also have Persian or Arabic (or other) roots. I'm pretty pale too because my grandfather was part Arabic. I get mistaken for everything from African-American/biracial to Latina.
Smell the curry azz through the computer...icky pooh
[quote] R26, his family are from northern India, where his looks are typical.
Um, no. I've traveled extensively throughout the world, and if anything, most northern Indians have fair skin and brown to light brown eyes.
None of them look like him unless they are part white-european.
I find it hilarious because R27's response is the prototypical response I get from Indians and Filipinos about their self-loathing. "Oh, but he's typical of a 'northern Indian,' or he's a 'mestizo.'"
Yeah right. Indians and Filipinos HATE being confronted with this, and especially with being confronted all the skin lightening products for sale in their country.
The ugly truth is that they hate the way they look, because they've bought into the whole Western concept of beauty. Even Koreans are butchering themselves to appear more Western.
I find the whole thing sad, really.
Why can't we steal more of India's pop culture?
Most are thin, they all have great hair, and they don't need tanning beds.
The dancing alone would help prevent carpel tunnel syndrome and love handles.
[quote]None of them look like him unless they are part white-european.
You're wrong, r31. A variety of coloring is common throughout Central Asia, including eye colors other than brown.