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Everything about 'UY' is new and fresh, and we are extremely happy at the response from the audiences, as most people are walking out of cinema halls with a smile on their faces.
I believe there is lot of untapped potential in the television market. With shows such as 'Bigg Boss' and '24' turning out to big hits on TV, I'm interested to be in it.
Besides regular exercising, one should also take care of his or her daily habits such as adequate sleep and drinking lots of water.
I don't believe in the concept of working out rigorously to pump muscles. It may be effective, but when you stop working out, it comes back to square one.
I want to continue acting as long as I can because being on the sets is a big stress buster for me. I can't possibly think of stopping my visits to the sets because I'm old.
When Raghavendra Rao garu approached me to do a film on Lord Venkateswara, my initial response was 'What more can we do than Annamayya?' But he asked me to go through the script, and I really liked it.
I don't like anything about 2013. Too many things have happened, including 'Bhai.' I lost my way. Sometimes it happens, and I definitely feel bad about it.
I would like Modi to become the Prime Minister and expand the Gujarat model of development across the country.
It's good to have a governing body to oversee matters in making of films, but you can't blame films for what is happening in society.
People know excessive consumption of anything is bad for health. By imposing a ban on something, we are, in a way, provoking them to do it.
I've seen my mom confined to a wheelchair in the last three years of her life. Both her knees had given way, and there was no way she could undergo surgery at her age. Even though I was concerned for her, I didn't know at that time what she had
Usually after a shot, we look for a chair to rest our feet. In 'Oopiri,' it was the other way around. After every shot, I was on my feet, walking around the set trying to get the blood circulation in my legs working properly.
The films I've done with all my heart have gone on to become huge hits. When I set out to do a 'mass masala' intending to please B and C centres, it bombs.
My mother would take me to Tirumala right from when I was 7 years old. I used to go along with her every time.
What is important for me is that people are liking my movies, I am liking my work, for which I am very happy.
Once in a while, I need to go out of my way to do different films, to exploit all commercial angles to cater to the masses.
A film like 'Shirdi Sai' caters to the family audiences, while 'Rajanna' evokes patriotic sense in viewers. 'Damarukam,' on the other hand, is a full-length commercial film made for the masses.
Style has become a crucial differentiating factor for most actors in the industry. I generally choose my look based on the character I essay. I research a lot on the Internet and pick something that would suit my face.
I can confidently say that I am comfortable with all the directors, co-star and producers with whom I have worked; there have been absolutely no tensions.
I don't consult anyone - not my mother, not my father, anyone - about my work. And I must add that neither Dad nor Mom interfere in my work.
Enjoy the films I do, get entertained, get your money's worth, and when you leave the theatre, leave it all behind!
The success of a film at the box office will ensure happiness to the entire unit, but individual awards are like vitamin shots that will help boost the morale of an actor.
Audiences don't come to theatres going by reviews. Even if a film is rated low, the collections won't get affected.
Early in my career, I got roles that demanded that I be fit to carry off the angry young man look. Of course, I'm a fitness freak, and that's something I picked up from my dad.
People should try and look for something that constantly keeps them motivated, and they start enjoying what they are doing.
For me, it's about moderation and discipline, and that's something I picked up from my dad. I don't believe in rigorous workouts but believe in eating right, going to bed early, and getting a proper workout.
The film-watching crowd are mainly youngsters who see fashion on TV, in Hindi films, and in magazines.
One shouldn't get carried away by styling, as it can be a double-edged sword. The person should have it in him or her to carry it off.
When I remember my mother, it makes me really sad. But, when I remember my father, it makes me smile.
A film's success does not depend on box office collection and the number of days it was screened but on the amount of satisfaction an actor can draw from it.
Films like 'Namo Venkateshaya' give immense satisfaction, happiness, and makes us feel blessed, and so I consider it the best film in my career.