I don't want to do a biopic. If there was one biopic I would do, it would be about my grandfather, the late N. T. Rama Rao. But his aura and charisma is completely different, and I am no match for him.
I like to be challenged as an actor, allowing myself to take up diverse roles. Even audiences get tired of watching their stars in similar roles over and over again.
I've been given the opportunity to carry forward the legacy with which people associate me; I can't escape it even if I don't like it. I take pride in carrying forward what's been given to me.
I admit to have made some bad decision in the initial stage of my career and paid the price. I can't afford to do such a mistake again.
During the early stages of our married life, Pranathi did struggle to adjust for a few months. But she is a very strong woman mentally, stronger than me.
If I want to be remembered, I want to be known as a good actor. As times change, we, as actors, need to adapt with it.