After working for TV, you realise that the majority of the population still wonders where their next meal is coming from.
As a kid, I used to sing, dance, I was into dramatics. I would love to pursue being an actor, but not as such as a hero.
By being an actor, one can explore various personalities of a human being, be that person, behave and live that person’s life, and then you are back to your normal life.
Food does not rank high on my list. I eat to live, and I’m very particular about my diet. It’s strictly low fat diet for me.
I love to go to the gym for a couple of hours daily. Besides, I love my dancing routines; dance helps me unwind, de-stress, and introspect.
I love to sing and play the piano. As a child, I’ve always loved to sing my heart out, and even my teachers encouraged me to take up singing.
I love watching foreign films on my projector at home along with my closely knit group of friends and family. I also love to dissect movies and discuss them with my friends who are movie buffs.
I think people watch TV to escape from life.
I want to be part of movies that have important and interesting subjects but are not depressing and are rather satirical and funny.
I want to become actor not because I want money and become more famous. No I don’t want that. It is not that l want stardom, I want to contribute to good cinema.
When I started off with ‘Dance India Dance,’ even the TV show people thought it won’t be accepted. But with the talent that the show received, I was able to personally tutor dancers to amalgamate contemporary dance moves on Bollywood tracks.
When I think of Bollywood dance, I think of choreographies from the ’70s and ’80s. That was true Bollywood, what is now known as old school Bollywood.