Overwhelmed by all the love showered on him on his 42nd birthday on Sunday, actor Hrithik Roshan said he cherishes all the affection. He also came up with a way to return some of the joy through a "birthday happy selfie".
The actor took the digital route to express his happiness after being inundated with wishes from his friends, colleagues and followers.
"Thank you all for making my day so special! My first birthday happy selfie is for all of you who have warmed my heart."
"I cherish all the affection come my way, I honour it by spreading more joy. Laugh more for all this shall pass into oblivion. Thank you and love you all," Hrithik tweeted.
Hrithik's first tryst with the Bollywood world was as a child artiste in "Bhagwan Dada", the actor then stormed into showbiz in 2000 with his lover-boy look and flexible dance moves in "Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai".
The son of actor-filmmaker Rakesh Roshan has showcased his versatility by taking up different roles from an emperor, physically challenged man, superhero to an action hero.
After making a successful debut, Hrithik's career hit a low phase with a string of flops like "Fiza", "Mission Kashmir", "Yaadein" and "Aap Mujhe Achche Lagne Lage".
The actor bounced back in 2003 with "Koi... Mil Gaya", and since then there was no looking back. He went on to do "Dhoom 2", "Jodhaa Akbar", "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara", "Agneepath" and "Bang Bang".
The actor will be stepping into the past with Ashutosh Gowariker's movie "Mohenjo Daro", which will narrate a love story set in the age on the silver screen. He is busy shooting the film.