India's a fascinating country. It's constantly changing, but there's still a lot of superstition and backwards thinking.
Plays which are universal tempt me. 'August: Osage County' is a play which is relevant to the urban Indian set up.
My father was the artistic one. At a very young age, my father realised I had a strong voice and made me learn Hindustani vocal. I was five. I have Dad to thank for introducing me to the finer things in life.
Everything is possible. Anything is possible at any time and at any time in life. That's such an affirmative kind of feeling.
It is hard to get good actors who also do television, ads and films. Theatre requires six weeks of rehearsal for a play.
All actors know that the real adrenaline rush is in doing theatre. There is an immediate connect, and a role in a play, for an actor, is the biggest temptation.