I really want that there should be love and respect between me and Ranbir, but at the same time, I want that there should be some kind of distance - that I can see you, but I can't feel you.
I grew up singing in church. My family owned funeral homes so I would sing for the occasional funeral, as well.
My voice gon' stick out like a turd in a punch bowl.
Well, the band name is just a stupid thing. We used to live in Russia and our friend there, a Russian lady just kind of described my sister as a clean bandit.
I watch 'Question Time' religiously.
When I agreed to do the Blink shows, I said that I'd do it as long as they were willing to practise every day.
I was Lil Wayne's fan when I hit, like, 15, 16 and up.
Music is something I can control.
One time, I went to an audition, and I stated my name, and the lady was like, 'Oh, that name sounds really familiar. I've seen you on TMZ.' Her first perception of me was what she had heard.
It's kind of an embarrassing story - that's why it's called 'The Idiot.' But looking back at your past self, you see that this person had reasons for everything she did. There's a whole lot of awkwardness, but really, what should one be embarrassed about?
I learned to hide aspects of my personality. Playing with girls was fine, for example, but playing with their Barbies was something I could do only behind closed doors.
I return to the stage first and foremost because I'm an actor, and I love it.
I think, bad times, I sit down and I play - there's definitely certain songs that touch in certain ways. I go back to 'Moonlight Sonata' by Beethoven; that usually takes care of everything.
As human beings, we're powerfully swayed by how much we feel we're being respected. People comply with agreements if they feel they've been treated fairly and lash out if they don't.
I love the excitement, the center stage, the limelight.
Maybe if I was born in Kosovo, I might not be where I am now, so I need to thank Switzerland, of course, because I went to school there, learnt to play football there, and started my career there.
I've never been a movie buff. If I did go to a theatre to watch a film, half the time, I would fall asleep.
I love Fincher, as he has a great atmosphere and intensity. Also, I grew up watching Hitchcock movies, and there was something elegant in the way he plays with you and plays with the character and tricks you.
I actually admire some of the books by a lot of the writers who write magic realism very much, but it's not for me. It's not what I can do, but even if I could, I don't really want to try.