I often tell my family and friends, films will come and go but my kids’ childhood will come only once and I don’t want to miss it for anything.
That’s one of the main reasons I take on less work. Also, after working in the industry for so many years, I now want to take on work that truly excites me.
On an average, I read two to three scripts daily. Looking back, I feel I could done have some roles of my career in a better manner, which I had done them now. Life is the biggest teacher.”
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