It gets tiring, doing the same thing everyday.
There's no doubt about Prakash's abilities as a director.
I only want to do better work. That's the focus of my life.
To make a film and to sell it to the distributors you need a name.
In the South, it is different, they have a audience that is literate.
I don't see the risk, I enjoy performing stunts, and I don't get scared.
By getting into distribution and production, I am actually widening my base.
The difference being that in films, unlike in life, good does always win over evil in the end.
Today I divide my day between being actor, producer and distributor, and the monotony is broken.
I'm going to keep making films I believe in. Whether I am successful or not is besides the point.