Suresh Raina Quotes
My family members are vegetarians, but I like mutton and chicken seekh kebabs.
— Suresh Raina
My favorite travel pastime is writing music, either with my guitar or on my computer.
The writing day can be, in some ways, too short, but it's actually a long series of hours, for months at a time, and there is a stillness there.
I love period pieces. But it's hard to get money to make costumed dramas, so we'll see.
My private history in terms of people in my life who are dead is very easy to discuss. I don't feel those people can be threatened or intruded upon now. But I am enormously protective of the people who are currently in my life, my existing friends and family. That is where the curtain is drawn.
If you were in the film industry at that time, you were always picked up by directors who were much older. You were whisked about and shown things. I did work very hard though.
Why does the rest of the world put up with the hypocrisy, the need to put a happy face on sorrow, the need to keep on keeping on?... I don't know the answer, I know only that I can't.
All that a critic, as critic, can give poets is the deadly encouragement that never ceases to remind them of how heavy their inheritance is.
We are creating a unique experience. It's starts with how you see the building from a distance.
Sadly, many in our world today encourage idleness, especially in the form of mindless, inane entertainment that is on the Internet, on television, and in computer games.
Joseph Bitner Wirthlin
I do a film because I like the story and I want to give life to a character - I don't necessarily have to agree with the director.
Kristin Scott Thomas
I'm very, very fortunate to be in the job that I'm in, and I would love for it to continue forever, but it won't. I have to financially and emotionally prepare for the day that 'Mad Men' will go away, because who knows what my next job is going to be?
The landlords are not agriculturists; that is an abuse of terms which has been too long tolerated.
My flow follows sometimes what's going on in the hip-hop industry even though I'm speaking Jamaican patois.