“I always thought Hrithik Roshan is very handsome,” says Margo Cooper.
Miss World Bulgaria 2019, Margo Cooper is a self-confessed Bollywood buff. In fact, the beauty queen loves watching Hindi cinema and admits to having watched several movies from 70s to the most recent ones. But there’s one name that she’s particularly fond of in Bollywood. And that’s none other than Hrithik Roshan. Margo reveals that she finds the Bollywood hunk “very handsome” and adds that she liked Dhoom 2 only because of the actor.
Talking about her favourite movies and actors here, she says, “I have watched most of old Bollywood movies like Hema Malini’s Seeta Aur Geeta, Disco Dancer with Mithun Chakraborty, and almost all the movies with Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, and my favorite was Umrao Jaan. Also, I liked Dhoom because of Hrithik Roshan, I always thought he is very handsome.”
Margo adds, “Big Bollywood stars are still very popular in Russia and everyone knows Shah Rukh Khan and Amitabh Bachchan. I remember I was very impressed by one movie with Amitabh Bhachan about a deaf-blind girl. Black is the name of the movie, it is a brilliant work of cinema.”
Margo also revealed that she would love to make an acting career in Bollywood, “I always wanted to try myself specifically in Bollywood movies. I love to learn something new and for me it could be an awesome experience to be a part of the movies here. I’m very excited to learn how to dance, to learn how to talk with just your eyes. I know it’s very competitive, but I’m a hard worker and love to learn.”
As for the language barrier, the actress doesn’t feel that it would be a hindrance. “I definitely could learn Hindi, at least to be able to understand something and to talk. I like how it sounds. I don’t see it as a barrier and don’t want to limit myself because of this,” says Margo.
The beauty queen shares that she was raised in Russia and became familiar with Bollywood movies during childhood. She added, “Every Saturday on one channel they showed Bollywood movies. I have been always fascinated by all the songs and dances, and dramatic scenes of love.”