Hrithik Roshan, who is teaming up with filmmaker Ashutosh Gowariker a second time after their first super hit outing Jodha Akbar, for period love story Mohenjo Daro, says he has extreme faith in the director.
"This is the first time that I am working with a director for the second time. I have extreme faith in Ashutosh. I have signed the film purely on the strength of the script. It is a very beautiful love story. The best part is that the backdrop is something that we have never seen before. It is about Indus valley civilisation, the very first civilisation of human kind that we have any proof of. It is a very unique setting and like my other projects, it is very difficult and challenging. I will try and do my best to justify the part I play," Hrithik told PTI in an interview. (Also Read: Hrithik's Bang Bang Bullseye)
The actors next film Bang Bang is releasing on October 2. The film has been one of the most difficult projects to shoot for Hrithik but the actor feels he works better under pressure.
"I can take as much as pressure as possible. If there is a challenge, I will try my best to accomplish it. If I fail, I will try again and will not give up. Diamonds are made because of pressure. It is good if you channelise it properly," he said.