Many people find their calling very early in their lives. These are the kind of people we read about in school books and newspapers. Then there are some who don't have a clue of what they want to do in their lives; I am belong to the latter category.
As a child, I used to see legends holding the 'black lady' and would think that I would get it someday.
If I was not an actor, I would have been working in a five star hotel as a chef.
Music is my breath, blood and food - without music I would perish; the actor in me would die.
If there is no music, I will perish. While I have not learnt music, I can play the tune that comes into my head on the keyboard.
I'm happy that the kind of films I'm doing right now is reaching a wider audience, and I'm looking forward to direct Hindi films as well.
I don't mind acting in Hindi films, but the script has to suit me. It has to be a boy-next-door role because that's the image I have in Tamil cinema.
My mother is most attached to my brother because she has the feeling that she could not provide him anything. By the time I was born, at least I got a meal and a half a day, but he sometimes got only water.
I would be lying if I said I did not feel bad when 'Shamitabh' failed, but I was proud to be associated with a film like this. If it were easy to know the pulse of the audience, then all movies would be blockbusters.
'Power Paandi' is about the outcome of embracing love, peacefulness, and positivity around us.
I've always known that I'm very, very ordinary looking. But I'm not alien looking. I am an artist here to play characters.
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