I've played many characters that have consumed me and owned me.
What happens with every role, you have to trick yourself, you have to creatively find ways to explore the mental state of your character.
I've realized that my... let me call it 'destiny' or some force that has pushed me to identify looking for your comfort zone as a kind of limitation. And everybody has a tendency to fall into the comfort zone. I did that in the early stage of my career.
I want to entertain people, but with some substance.
I'm trying to strike a balance between Bollywood and Hollywood.
The sign of a good society is where talent is respected.
A nation needs to know how to utilise talent.
A film engages you emotionally and intellectually.
Cinema is changing every week, and multiplex audiences are demanding every week.
You cannot reduce the power of story with the tag of money because it's not a share market. So you must know the seriousness of the power of storytelling.
I am lucky that the Western world chooses me to play roles in their movies an television, whatever language it may be.
I don't want to do romantic roles where I have to lip sync to a song. A role that explores romance on a new level would suit me.
It's always an inner wish of every actor to reach out to maximum audiences.
Language does not make one an elite.
We don't have a culture of realistic acting in India.
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