Reality shows make you more bold and you learn new skills like dancing, anchoring.
As for me I may not have relatives in the film industry. But I grew up in Mumbai as an avid moviegoer. So I don't feel like an outsider.
I was a child who was interested in sports, and represented my school in football, cricket, badminton and table tennis.
My lunch is the staple Indian meal - rotis, vegetables and dal. But instead of wheat rotis, I have rotis made of bran or barley.
Web series are a way forward. It is a space where creative minds can express themselves without the fear of censor board.
My only problem, and this has been a constant worry on television, is time management. The deadlines on television are killing.
I am only looking forward to good film script. It doesn't matter if the role is a supporting or a standalone role.
Link-ups go hand-in-hand with TV shows. You do a show and you get linked with your co-star.
I don't think it makes sense to set high goals about how my ideal woman should be. It is like calling for trouble. That would make one close-minded and not open to meeting different kinds of people.
TV is one of the biggest mediums, and over time, it will get bigger.
I have been tagged mischievous since childhood and was known as a prankster.
I am a morning person and the first task for me in the morning is to hit the gym.
I have been a pampered boy, the youngest in the family with two elder sisters. I have always had someone around me, usually my mom, to take care of everything for me.
I don't have any issue with people seeing my real self.
I don't mind falling in love with an actress. I don't have any reservations.