Have you al­ways had a strong bond with him?

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Ro­hit is the one who takes care of the house and ev­ery­thing. He also pays the bill ev­ery month for my DTH. I am more than equipped to han­dle ev­ery­thing, but I still ask my brother for money. For in­stance, if I’ve or­dered a pizza, I ask him to pay. He has al­ways had money since he was 12, but not me (laughs). Ever since I be­came an ac­tor, peo­ple have only been giv­ing me things for free — whether I go to a restau­rant, travel in auto rick­shaws or even in cabs, which I did when I was in New York for IIFA. Peo­ple give me free clothes and free food; they just refuse to let me pay. That’s why I talk about the ‘con­nec­tion’. I don’t know if I look poor to them or if they feel I haven’t earned enough money. I feel that peo­ple from the lower strata of so­ci­ety have big­ger hearts than those in the up­per strata. Va­ri­ety.

Venom also fea­tures ac­tor Michelle Williams and ac­tor Riz Ahmed. Fifty Shades of Grey scribe Kelly Mar­cel is also on­board to co-write the project with Scott Rosen­berg and Jeff Pinkner. Sony’s chair­man Amy Pas­cal said Venom ex­ists within the same uni­verse as Spi­der-Man. Her state­ment is in con­trast to Mar­vel pres­i­dent Kevin Feige’s com­ments that the Venom movie has “no plans” at the present to bring the char­ac­ter into the fran­chise’s uni­verse. The film fol­lows the ad­ven­tures of Ed­die Brock, the char­ac­ter who turns into the Mar­vel vil­lain, Venom. The char­ac­ter first ap­peared on the big screen in Sam Raimi’s Spi­der-Man 3 and was played by ac­tor To­pher Grace. Di­rected by Ruben Fleis­cher, the film will ar­rive in the­atres on Oc­to­ber 5 next year.

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