In 'Njan Prakashan,' we set aside conventional definitions of a hero. Fahadh Faasil does not play a protagonist who wins all the time and you can see the character flee during fights. Such a hero is a rarity and the viewers could easily identify with him.
You should know that there are heroes here who are unduly worried about each role they portray.
You need not give others a chance to exploit you always. We should know what kind of exploitation is taking place. I cannot create an incident to say that women have been exploited in Malayalam film industry.
You don't need to wear a politician's garb to serve public.
As an artist, I am here to get involved in meaningful films. But that does not mean only films like 'Arabikkadha' should be made. If you give an overdose of such films, the subject will become jaded.
The whole purpose of filmmaking is to entertain the viewers and when it happens, it gives you a high.
We all know what this business can do to you... you end up walking on your heels.
It's a hard sport. You don't come from a rich family wanting to be a boxer. Rich kids get hit in the face, they go home. Poor kids come back. They see boxing as a way out.
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.
I've had plenty of bad breaks you know.
I'm the only black man you ever met who couldn't dribble a basketball.
You have to bully a guy like Fury - notice I don't call him 'Tyson.' Truthfully you have to run up on a big guy like Fury and pummel him. He's the type of guy who's strong and determined but he's slow. His awkwardness is his positive.