I think this clash will teach us something Hrithik on Raees vs Kaabil | Memsaab.com

According to him, The Clash Will Be A "Lesson".

Hrithik Roshan's revenge drama Kaabil and SRK’s Raees opened in theatres on January 25.

Hrithik Roshan's revenge drama Kaabil and SRK’s Raees opened in theatres on January 25.
In This Image: Hrithik Roshan
While Raees earns Rs 20 Crore at the box office, Hrithik Roshan and Yami Gautam starrer Kaabil has managed to open with decent numbers on its first day, it earned Rs 10 Crore, reported trade analyst Taran Adarsh.
 

Talking about the same Hrithik told reporter that he hopes to learn something positive with the clash.

Talking about the same Hrithik told reporter that he hopes to learn something positive with the clash.
In This Image: Hrithik Roshan, Yami Gautam
According to him, "I think this clash will teach us something. I hope it serves as a good example," . Hrithik's film is directed by filmmaker Sanjay Gupta and produced by his father Rakesh Roshan.

Of his father's career graph, Hrithik added that he's extremely proud of his father and added that his Mr Roshan doesn't need anyone's support to take his legacy forward.

Of his father's career graph, Hrithik added that he's extremely proud of his father and added that his Mr Roshan doesn't need anyone's support to take his legacy forward.
In This Image: Hrithik Roshan
"My father has a spirit (that) is undying. He doesn't need anyone to take his legacy forward. He will live for forever and he is going to be working forever. He is somebody who has built everything on his own, and he will continue doing that," Hrithik stated

Hrithik started his Bollywood career with Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, which was directed by Rakesh Roshan.

Hrithik started his Bollywood career with Kaho Naa... Pyaar Hai, which was directed by Rakesh Roshan.
In This Image: Hrithik Roshan
Together the father-son duo also made Koi Mil Gaya, Krrish and Krrish 3. Hrithik says he is happy to work with him again. "I am always here working (with him) as a team. I am sure that he is going to go on for the next 20-30 years. He will continue making movies. That question (of carrying forward his legacy) is premature," he added.