Though he had directed 13 movies within 34 years, provided the path-breaking sci-fi success, ruled out the superstition that sequels doesn’t mark the BO, won Filmfare award twice for the best director, a national award for best film on other social issues (for Koi mil Gaya – combined with Gangaajal), honored by IFFI and GIFA, nonetheless, he still rages as underrated despite having an impressive resume.
Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai showed Rakesh Roshan a never seen before acclaim from the audience; gave a buzzing start for the thriving future. Something like success helps a man for any mess. After then he traced a new line of success with maximum risk. More than 100 Vfx performers with Hollywood artists in Krrish, first-ever Bollywood franchise with Facebook emoticon (Krrish 3), first-ever flick with VFX considers only Indian artists (Krrish 3 – Red chilies VFX), the mammoth visual effect supremacy with the one-tenth budget from any Hollywood movie (Krrish 3), etc. which shows enough cause of the superhero creator. Even Bollywood favoring regions from across the globe had praised the varying run of the filmmaker.
Rakesh Roshan understands his audience quite well which could be the possible reason that why he is among the very few whose work is glittering film by film. Maybe by giving full attention to all aspects lying with rates and fame of Bollywood; he could get his due. But as a modifier of the trend, he would never insist on that either.