I come from a small village called Murud Janjira near Alibaug. I started doing theatre right from school days and later joined the Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Art, after which I joined an advertising agency.
Mature roles full of substance the kind played by Robert De Niro and Al Pacino - my favourite actors - is what I want to do.
I will never join politics under any circumstances.
Dealing with crime using archaic methods has become impossible. So, it's imperative that we change the ways to counter them.
I feel, at the national level, shooters should get monetary rewards also, along with medals and a handshake.
Yes, I remember as a child, I would potter around my mother in the kitchen and want to participate in everything she was doing. I have learnt most of my cooking from her. I also used to irritate her with a lot of questions.
We live in a society where you may not like everything that is happening around you. However, just because you don't like it doesn't mean it is wrong. Similarly, just because you dislike something, you don't have to keep talking about it or instigating people against it.
When I was just 13, we went from being middle class to lower middle class and finally lower class, as someone close to my father took away everything he had, including his property. All of a sudden, I started working at the age of 13.
I used to be the chief guest in all the prize distribution ceremonies of shooting competitions. I tried my hand on a lot of guns, and my aim improved. I started hitting tiny targets, like a mineral bottle cap.
I cook anything, be it vegetarian or non-vegetarian. But mutton dishes are my favourite.
If we don't move with time, we'll be stuck in old ways.
I run a printing press from where I get my bread. If at all I get any butter, it comes from acting.
My father was into textile painting and ran a small business. He encouraged me a lot and loved seeing my plays.
I don't need others to validate my good conduct.