On Her Terms
from all my films. Not that I’ve done 50 films, but I related to it the most. That was because the situations were so relatable. There were a few traits that I couldn’t relate to. She was way too impulsive, but I am someone who won’t say much, or rather, think and then say anything.
How do you keep yourself positive? It’s very difficult to stay positive always. What I try to do is not be negative. Maybe, you cannot be totally positive, but you shouldn’t be negative either. You can stay in-between. Being negative is a waste of emotion and time.
What is your biggest takeaway from Shah Rukh Khan? After being in this industry for 25 years, till today, he doesn’t have that load of ‘The’ Shah Rukh Khan on his shoulders. When he comes on set, he doesn’t come like he’s a superstar. Obviously people see him like that, but he doesn’t come in that way. He goes out of his way to make you feel comfortable. That is a very rare quality, especially in a superstar like him.
In real life, have you taken help from a life-coach? Not really. I am not against it, but I am a very secretive person, so I don’t want to share much with anybody. I have just a couple of friends with who I share things.
While working together, did Shah Rukh share his views on the changes in the process of filmmaking between then and now? Did he treat you like a youngster around? I don’t remember a particular conversation on