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  • Do you remember the day you came to Mumbai to pursue acting?
  • Which directors do you want to work with?
  • Among actors, there are two schools of thought, one which believes in eating, breathing and living the character like Nawazuddin Siddiqui is doing with Manto, while others like Naseeruddin Shah and Irrfan Khan believe in bringing the character out of oneself. Which of the two do you believe in?
  • Do you ever get affected by a character on a psychological level?
  • Do you ever feel the need to recharge your batteries as an actor? What do you do for it?
  • Do you think our actors focus too much on physicality?
  • Which actors do you admire?
  • Have you become choosy now?
  • Do you feel expletives used in web series can affect the viewers, especially the young ones negatively?
  • What are the other films that you are working on apart from '83?
  • Do you plan the future?
  • With all the struggle, did you ever think about giving up?
  • As a politically conscious person, what’s your take on the current global scenario?
  • Is there a movie that you really want to do?
  • You’ve been working non-stop for the last few years. The last time we spoke you had mentioned how you hadn’t been able to find time for yourself or for your family. Has that changed in the last month since the lockdown?
  • In the past, you’ve said that you don’t watch your own work. Have you watched anything of your own in the last few weeks?
  • Is there any specific reason why you don’t watch your own work?
  • You just made your Hollywood debut with a cameo in the Netflix film Extraction. What was that experience like?
  • You’ve just said that your post-pandemic priorities will be different. How do you predict movie-viewing patterns changing in the post Covid-19 world? Your film ’83 has also had to push back its release date indefinitely.
  • How do you look back at the career you’ve had so far and what’s been your most satisfying experience as an actor?
  • Why did you start acting? And what pushed you to keep going despite having been offered smaller roles in the past?
  • What kind of roles do you prefer?
  • Your marriage has an interesting back story. Would you like to share?
  • When it comes to acting, do you think the audience is now more focused on an actor's performance instead of the celebrity status he or she holds?
  • Do you get bombarded by paparazzi or fans now that you have garnered a huge fan following of your own?
  • With so many projects lined up, how do you manage to give time to your family, or relax?
  • Speaking of family, you once said in an interview that there was a time when you survived on your wife's salary. Did you ever feel bad about it because in our society such things often hurt men's ego?
  • On the topic of women, what is your stance on the #MeToo movement that has taken the world by storm?
  • You also once expressed your desire to enter politics. If given the chance, what kind of changes would you like to bring? And do you think that you will be more influential as a politician than as an actor?
  • If you were to join politics, how would you change the relationship between India and Pakistan?
  • So if you were offered a Pakistani film, would you be interested in doing it?
  • So how did you meet your wife?
  • How did you think of getting into acting?
  • How did you think of getting into acting?
  • Your family didn’t object to your decision of becoming an actor?
  • Do you keep in touch with theatre?
  • Do you think actors like you have brought the other supporting actors into focus, too?

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