People think a director teaches acting. But in good films a director doesn't.
Only people who lack wisdom would say that a project should be pursued even if it leads to wanton destruction of forests.
Kerala is a small state, and Malayalam films are seen by only very few people. That doesn't bother me.
It is the people of Kerala and their expectations that have made me what I am today.
Generally people forget the past and the path they took.
Some people can accept the changes in life in a mature way but for most others, it is never easy.
My politics are expressed through the films that I write. That's why doing 'Arabikkadh' was a great experience because I got to associate with like-minded people.
People want to see blood. They don't care anymore if you can box for 12 rounds. They don't appreciate the art of the good boxer.
People want to see knockouts.
It wasn't until the birth of my daughter that I realised I had to get it together. I had my second chance in life to do what I'm doing, which is inspire people to not give up.
I'm the people's champion.
I want to make a diference. I want people to know my name. Like Ali.