You realise the responsibility of carrying a film on your shoulders when people are investing money in you and they recognise the hard work you have to put in.
I fear debt. I don't like being indebted to banks. I have a rule in life that I will get it when I can afford it.
If you are known to do something well, people want to see you do that. But what you choose to do is up to you. After 'Delhi Belly,' I got some 40 scripts - some on the same lines as 'Delhi Belly.' So, I guess people only get stereotyped if they want to.
To me, the trick is not how can I make people laugh. It is, how can I make people laugh in a different way.
Andrew J. West