Quotes by Indian authors
We are unnecessarily wasting our precious resources in wars... if we must wage war, we have to do it on unemployment, disease, poverty, and backwardness.
Every time I hear the fans, it's exciting. It gives me a great feeling because I know it comes from their heart.
We should be actors rather than trying to be a lead; it will create a healthier atmosphere.
Maldives has a fun, relaxed and approachable vibe. I think I have a similar personality.
I have captained India in two World Cup finals. I definitely want to win the World Cup before I retire.
I might be an actor professionally, but as a person I should know what our rituals, religion or our history is. Kumbh Mela really helps you in this.
I lived in Bandra East, on the 12th floor. There was a small earthquake; I could feel the building shaking. I was halfway down the stairs when I realised I'd forgotten my laptop, and all my scripts were on it. If I lost the laptop, I'd lose all my work. I ran back up to get it!
I did not set up Born Free because I wanted to see myself in films... I want to take my aspirations to another level.
I would say 'Jigarthanda' had a lot of Tarantino in it, but it ends there. 'Iraivi' is inspired more from directors like Balu Mahendra, Mahendran, and K. Balachander.
The army's original job description was to protect borders, but a demanding country depends on it for everything else too, from rebuilding bridges after a tsunami to keeping the peace when religious riots erupt.
I started learning filmmaking by joining a weekend film school in Bengaluru. I made some amateur short films that got appreciation from people around me.
You look at the whole Human Rights questions, I happened to be there at just the right time when the country was awakening - this goes to the first question you asked - the whole country was awakening to a hundred years of injustice that hadn't been resolved yet.
We need sensible people in the system, who are honest and passionate about the country and will not fall pray to corruption.
When you have a watch on, it just sets everything off. It's the icing on the cake when it comes to your entire look.
My father was a priest, so it was natural for us to read the 'Ramayana' and inculcate its values in our life.
Acting is emotionally draining, so I make it a point to not do anything when I am home.
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