Monday, November 23, 2009

The hand analysis of Hrithik Roshan

The first thing that strikes you about Hrithik’s character is that he is a controlled person. He can be quite disciplined with himself, and while a part of the reason is that he has the willpower, it is also a great deal to do with his temperament. He is focused on his goal, is not lazy, and is consistent. He is patient, not expecting results overnight.

Hrithik is right-handed and it is the right hand which was read to reveal his current state of mind. As he has a double thumb on his right hand (a birth defect), his left thumb was read. Birth defects or malformations of the hands and fingers due to accidents or the genes are not a palmistry indication.

More than his fair share of good qualities?
Hrithik has a beautiful thumb, long, tapering and waisted, with its phalanges balanced and with a good placement on the hand. This tells us of Hrithik’s
generous, loyal, helpful, liberal, broadminded, sensible and compassionate nature. This is confirmed by other signs like that of the size of the hand, the wide quadrangle, width of his hand, his headline and well-balanced fingers.

Check out Hrithik's hand photos here.

Hrithik Roshan has long fingers and a broad palm, and this is called the Thinking Type of hand. He also has long first and second phalanges, and his fingers are well balanced with each other in terms of length, and the Mercury (little finger) is quite long, longer than average. He has a long and well-balanced headline, and the heartline is well etched too. The Moon and Venus mounts are well developed.

All these hand features show that Hrithik Roshan is a thoughtful person, and suited to a mental and creative occupation. He is a thinker, imaginative (although sometimes his imagination can run away with him) and talented. He is an original thinker, a planner, and planning and communication would be an important part of whatever he does. Plus, he is organised with great self-control. Focus is also present.

All these personality characteristics would help him succeed, and not just in acting. Possibly film direction and production too. He has a tendency to go into the details and this exacting nature would ensure that no detail escapes him. He is the kind who can go to great lengths to get something right. And he can get along with people. He is shrewd and clever and quick, even if moody.

Hrithik Roshan's hand is also fairly large, long and he has sensitive pads on the tips of his fingers. There is the fine thumb, the tapering fingers, and the waisted second phalange of the thumb. His thumb is conic.

Hrithik's hand clearly shows that by nature, he is diplomatic and dignified, and will not roughshod over other people’s views. This actor would be quite sensitive to his surroundings as well as to other peoples' feelings. At the same time, his head is in control at all times. And he is also very straightforward. So all in all, a good balance.

He is guided by his head and can behave in a headstrong manner. However, his sensitive nature can keep these weaknesses in balance.

He is a little too impressionable, liable to be influenced or carried away. He can be idealistic too. However, the flip side is that this same quality can add to his creative ability.

Hrithik is basically a freedom loving person. He does not like his creativity to be hemmed in, nor does he like anyone interfering in his life. However, he is not a hypocrite and will uphold these same standards.

Hrithik lives more in the mental and creative world, with a curious and inquiring mind, and money does not matter that much to him. Luxury is something he can do without. Rich food and drink will not excite him.

Overall, Hrithik Roshan's hands show that he is a good man, although he has to keep in check the impressionability.

(Photo credits: From the free photos from Bollywood Sargam)

Check out the hand readings of other male Indian actors like Aamir Khan or Rajesh Khanna or Ranbir Kapoor, or Salman Khan or Amitabh Bachchan, or the legendary Kishore Kumar or the latest Bollywood heartthrob: Kartik Aaryan.

Or you can read about the popular Telugu actor Prabhas Raju Uppalapati or the Kannada legend Rajnikanth.
Read about female Bollywood actors like Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra or Kareena Kapoor or Deepika Padukone or Aishwarya Rai  or Kangana Ranaut or Rani Mukerji

Here is a comparison of Bollywood actors Kareena, Katrina, Priyanka and Aishwarya!

There are other hand readings of Bollywood (Indian) actors on this blog, and also actors from Hollywood, like that of Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston and music star Michael Jackson


  1. I think Jodha Akbar was one of his best performances..and in that movie many of traits you have mentioned, came out..

  2. I am not much aware of behind the scenes activity but yes Hrithik was very good in that movie. So was Aishwarya in fact.

  3. Hrithik Roshan's hand can be compared with actor MGR AS LOWER SPATULATE with more width on the palm at the thumb portion increasing the inspiration of acting.The bottom thumb bone is typical thus expanding the span.With the sloping head line or brain line every artistic instinct gives an inspiring acting.
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    analogous to valance bonding electrons which may give a clue on
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    The existence of the Rydberg series was first demonstrated in 1885
    when Johann Balmer discovered a simple empirical formula for the
    wavelengths of light associated with transitions in atomic hydrogen.
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    generalized and more intuitive version of Balmer’s formula that came
    to be known as the Rydberg formula. This formula indicated the
    existence of an infinite series of ever more closely spaced discrete
    energy levels converging on a finite limit.[5]
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    semiclassical model of the hydrogen atom in which quantized values of
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