I would like the thrill of making a new project every time.
In fitness, there are no short cuts. It involves immense discipline and hard work.
Once I finish shooting, I head straight home and spend time with my family. It's only when I have to promote my films that I make public appearances.
'Selvandhan' is my first dubbed venture, which will release simultaneously with the original. It is a family drama. It has familiar Tamil faces, and I hope it does well.
People used to say I'm weak in comedy. But, with 'Mahesh Khaelja' and 'Dookudu,' I have proved that I am good at comedy.
My father is an amazing person.
I eat right and stay healthy as much as possible.
True, I was born and raised in Chennai, fluent in Tamil, but essentially, I am a Telugu guy and a Telugu actor.
I work out every day - and my daily routine is a mix of functional and strength training.
Who cares and remembers if my last film was a success? I need to work harder.
I believe in content, and I go accordingly.
My father is my inspiration.
We were five kids at home, and my mother and grandmother ensured that we all had a very grounded upbringing in Madras. Even in school, I never used to tell anyone that my dad was an actor.
I'm very happy to co-produce a film like 'Srimanthudu.'
Siva is one of the best writers in the industry, and 'Srimanthudu' is a great script.
On the clothes front, I have a designer who sits with the director for each film to chalk out a look for me based on the script.
Fortunately or not, expectations are always high for all my films.
My father is my idol, and I have grown up watching his films. He is my biggest influence and inspiration. I have learnt a lot from him, and I am who I am because of him. I'm extremely grateful to him for that.
Even after marriage, our home is important for us.
For a Tamil debut, I wanted to make sure the script is the right one. We are hopeful 'Bramhotsavam' will be that film.
Everyone should change; otherwise, you can't grow as a person in life.