I myself got married at a very young age. It has always intrigued me because marriage is very synthetic in an otherwise natural world.
I was complexed and awkward that I was good for nothing and was always lying. I would lie to my school friends that I was a stud in my colony and to my colony friends that I was a stud in the school cricket and football teams, though I was in no team.
I think I am a travel junkie, and I have never enjoyed anything else in my life more than travelling and going to places.
Dilip Kumar was the only Bollywood hero who could make a girl shiver just by looking at her. If you don't believe it, ask your mom!
I try to travel as much as I can... I'm always looking for a reason to.
Especially on unexpected journeys, you have time; you can figure certain deeper things out, like who you are and what you want. That's why I enjoy journeys.
Usually, you lose interest in a story beyond a certain point. But with 'Highway,' there was something very subtle, yet something very influential. I intended 'Highway' to be the first film that I ever made. Didn't happen.
My father did irrigation jobs, and I would sometimes accompany him, and that gave me a taste of what was going on in the innards of India.
Through travel, you discover a new aspect to your personality. You discover things which you wouldn't seated in the confines of your home.
The film industry has been extremely welcoming to me. It's an industry which is biased to what they think is talent. If they think you can bring value to cinema, they'll support you.
Anything I wanted to do and achieve has not been influential in my life, but my failures have.
I think 'Rockstar' is more dear to me than any of my other films.
If a person wants to enjoy attention, he will create situations to get it.
I used to love Kapil Dev and, like any schoolboy, wanted to become a cricketer till I started dreaming of making movies.
I want to direct what I feel is interesting - not what is supposed to be my zone.
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