Every night, I say goodnight to the kids like Rajesh Khanna, muah muah, two kisses, say goodnight to my wife, and every night, I'd go to the recreation room and watch cricket with two old men.
At the end of the day, I know that I make my living by dressing up, fooling around, playing pranks and giving people a good time. I am enjoying the ride.
I was named after the great emperor Cyrus as my father, Farokh Broacha, was a great admirer of the Persian emperor. Continuing the tradition, I have named my son after Mikhail Gorbachev, someone whom I admire. He gave his people freedom.
Amongst Indian celebrities, Shah Rukh is a great one to interview. He's a brilliant T.V. anchor, a people person, and enjoys talking.
I grew up in Delhi, where there are no Parsis. But once I came to Mumbai, I realised how quirky Parsis are.
I have a great desire to serve humanity without ever actually getting off my chair.
That is how our marriage is working so well. My secret of happiness is keeping my contact to the minimum.
I have no idea how women manage their hair. Seriously.
I have the right credentials to be nominated to the Rajya Sabha.
My mother thinks I'm a national treasure. She's the only one who thinks my Golden Kela award is the greatest gift ever.
That is the problem with comedy in India. Spoofing sells. Come up with original comedy about the hilarious nation we are, with funny accents and odd rituals, and we get into trouble.
Bollywood is a strange world.
As a test cricket lover, and as a cricket lover, I like all forms of the game.
I don't keep a mobile, I am not computer savvy; I am not on any website. I live like a cave man.
As much I can stay away from people, I remain happy.
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