Our school not only makes you an actor, it makes you understand who you actually are as well... it gives you discipline and punctuality. It also teaches you a way of life.
'Silver Linings' has proved a golden opportunity for me.
I would like congratulate everyone who was a part of 'Life of Pi.'
I started doing motivational tours. I've seen all kinds of people, from the CEOs to the lowest executive, opening up to their fears. We don't introspect as much as we should.
I wrote a book on life coaching, because my life became my own reference point how to live.
I enjoy being recognized. I'll be very sad if people stop recognizing me. I'll be very sad if I'm not interviewed, because that's a very amazing process.
I was 28 when I played the role of a 65 year old man in my first film.
I was born in a poor family, a lower middle class family. My father was a clerk in the forest department. I was very bad at studies. I was not very good at sports, also.
Actors in the film industry are usually wary of expressing their opinions on the issues of the day, politics especially.
After working with Woody Allen, sharing screen space with De Niro was a dream come true.
As for my stand, I think it has become difficult in our country to be a Hindu and a liberal at the same time.
Being a popular director or actor's son can be frightening in this industry. What if you are not able to make it?
Birthdays are meant for special occasions.
Drama school, you know, I own an acting school, Actor Prepares.
Every individual suffers from the fear of failure, but you can change your destiny only when you overcome it.
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