He opens up to CS about his films, the philosophies that guide him and close relationships.
My grandparents are my world. My grandmother is my mother. She brought me up, gave a meaning to my life and taught me to dream. I was a brat in childhood but still I was pampered silly. I was also taught the importance of discipline in life. I owe my life to them and cherish the values they gave me.
I am a softie at heart and very emotional by nature. My motto in life is to entertain -- sing, dance and do theatre. I would like to act till my last breath. I want to be good in every aspect of life -- be it acting or being a better person, a public figure and of course a better grandson. I want to work hard and perform exceptionally. For me, life is all about giving and receiving. I want to deliver some great performances for my fans who love me.
High on films
So far, my journey in Bollywood has been good. Right now, I am focusing on getting good projects and playing interesting characters. I am fine doing Hindi as well as regional films but the content has to be good.
I was approached for the clean-up drive after Ganpati visarjan at Juhu. I took it up because it’s our duty to keep our environment clean and green. I was very happy to do the needful. We actually went there, picked up the garbage and cleaned the beach. If I get a chance, I would readily do something similar.
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