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But for me it was all about the intellect and not about the outer facade.. I say yes when I feel the audience can relate to my character in some way.When I played a mother in my second film, "Gadar", and was covered from head to toe, people thought I was damaging my career. 2001) Since I haven't undergone formal training, KNPH was like an acting school for me. I know there are a lot of mistakes that I have made.
He had the crowd on his finger tips with numbers like 'Chhaiya- Chhaiya', 'Dhan-te-nan', 'Chak de' and 'Jai ho'.
She was lovable but there could have been negative responses. My lowest phase was when I was away from my family and I realized that in Bollywood it's not always talent that gets you the job. I can't arrive on the sets and wear whatever is available because that will eventually mar the authenticity of my character. I do not detach myself from a flop or go underground, nor float on cloud nine when I churn out a hit. Competition is necessary for me to improve, it helps to keep complacency at bay. I can't possibly suit every role conceived by each director.