There is no doubt that, since 1977 and the launch of Apple II - the first computer it produced for the mass market - many things which used to be done on paper, or on the telephone, have been done easier and faster on a screen.
Wisdom comes from within. Knowledge is acquired and can sometimes put a screen on your wisdom.
I take four planes a week, honestly. You know, I am for intelligence screening.
I absolutely know how to sit in front of a computer screen, that's for sure.
I don't like to be me. I'm not so comfortable being me on screen because then I'd be a presenter. I'm not Jimmy Fallon.
The longer I spent time on 'The Daily Show,' standing in front of a green screen pretending to report from war zones and hot spots around the world - most often from somewhere in the Middle East - the more I began to realize that 'The Daily Show' was radicalizing me.
I used my television phase to save myself as an actor for the bigger screen.
Srideviji is a powerhouse performer. She has been my favourite actor since my college days and to share screen space with her is a dream come true for me.
There is no such thing as playing someone else's character. Every actor takes a character and makes it his/her own while enacting it on screen.
It's not easy trying to get into the psyche and behaviour patterns, which are far removed from one's own personality. Some intense characters linger long after it's over on screen.