Updated: November 25, 2016 5:33:11 pm
Hrithik Roshan has beaten top Hollywood stars Johnny Depp and Brad Pitt to emerge as the world’s third most handsome face. Hrithik, who is often dubbed as the ‘Greek God of Bollywood’ was announced as the third most handsome man in the world in an online poll by a website, Worldstopmost.com.
Bollywood superstar Salman Khan also figures in the list of top ten ‘Most Handsome Faces in the World’ for the period 2016-2017. Hollywood star Tom Cruise topped the list, followed by Robert Pattinson.
Then comes Roshan, who pipped the likes of Johnny Depp, Tom Hiddleston, Omar Borkan Al Gala, Salman Khan, Brad Pitt, Hugh Jackman and Billy Unger to be among the top three.
Looks and dancing abilities are the two main qualities of this actor, which have kept everyone going to the theatre when a film releases starring him. Ever since his debut in Bollywood in 2000, the actor has managed to impress fans with his looks, dancing skills and acting prowess.
His signature moves from Ek Pal Ka Jeena, Koi Mil Gaya, Dhoom 2 still remain popular among his fans. Since then, he has also evolved tremendously as an actor, although the last good film one can recall was Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara. But name one star who has not made bad choices while choosing scripts?
With one intense look he can unleash the Kraken in a woman and if he follows it up with a smile, ovaries are sure to explode and man-ego is bound to get injured along with it. That’s the power of a man with poignant green eyes and a prominent nose.
See a few other pics of third most handsome man in the world–Hrithik Roshan:
It’s no shocker that he is on the list. The surprise entrant, however, is that Prince William gets the spot ahead of him.
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