Mumbai (Agencies): Hrithik Roshan is all set to make his television debut as a judge of a dance reality show and is looking forward to a successful innings this time after his two previous films failed to create magic at the box office.

"Only after biggest failure comes the biggest success," Hrithik said, after his biggies,'Kites' and 'Guzaarish', bombed at the box office.

 "It has been ten years in the industry and I still believe, I am an aspiring actor. I still have to see and learn things," said Hrithik, who made his debut in 2000 with blockbuster  'Kaho Naa Pyaar Hai'.

The 37-year-old actor, who will appear on small screen as a judge on Star Plus' dance reality show 'Just Dance' alongside ace choreographers Farah Khan and Vaibhavi Merchant, said, "TV is a bigger medium...the size, it fools you. I was never inclined to television but the concept and the spirit of the show drove me to be part of it."

"I never thought I would do 'Guzaarish' or 'Dhoom' or 'Kites' but I liked the concept...and so did it," he added.

Talking about the reports that he is being paid approximately Rs two crore per episode, Hrithik said, "I think I am paid well."

The auditions for the show will start from February 27 while the show is expected to be aired in summer.

Expressing his thoughts on dancing skills, the actor said, "I don't think there is any God of Dance. I don't think I am one. Dance is beyond doing those steps... it is an emotion."

Hrithik considers veteran actor Shammi Kapoor as the ultimate dancer. "He was someone who danced beyond steps and had his own expressions and movements."

The actor also said that he considers King of Pop, Michael Jackson his mentor.