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Pawan Kalyan interview with bollywood film critic Anupama Chopra

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Powerstar Pawan Kalyan gave interview to popular film critic, journalist, author and talk show host, Anupama Chopra, who is known in Bollywood. The interview took place this evening on the sets of Sardaar Gabbar Singh and Pawan spoke at length about films, politics and his personal life. The complete video interview will be uploaded on Film Companion’s YouTube channel very soon. Check out some of the answers given by Pawan Kalyan below…

“ I actually wanted to be a farmer. I am just an accidental actor.”

“I say so many big things in movies. But it is difficult to follow them in real life”.

“I have entered politics was because I wanted to find my voice in real life as well”

“ For me, films are not everything. Life is bigger than movies”.

“ I give more importance to express my views. I want to be true to myself”.

“In real life we all have shades of grey, however, I cannot play a bad guy. I don’t think I am such a good actor.”

“I keep reaching out to everyone for inputs. But then, it is very difficult to get an honest opinion”

” When I maintain silence, it is thought that I am not in work. But this is completely wrong.”

“ Making Indian films are tiresome. We want everything and that too in the right proportion.I go crazy”

“When I am not in shooting, I read like a beast & grow my bread”

“I deeply care about the law & order situation. I want it to become better.”

“I used to drive myself crazy thinking why can’t I be a normal star? Why do I have to think this way? But I am wired this way”

“I am focusing on films right now because I have to do films to sustain myself. But in a few yrs I will give it up.”

“Politics is like a Pandora’s box. I cannot stop listening to my inner voice. Once I get into politics, I will leave films”

“When I leave acting, I will continue to write. I enjoy writing.”

“Do your duty and disappear is my mantra! I don’t think about anything beyond that”.

 

source: cinejosh