Words matter. These are the best Aishwarya R. Dhanush Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Neither Dhanush nor I have been interested in using Appa’s name ever. We have been married for eight years and I don’t think you’d have ever seen Appa at any of Dhanush’s audio release functions or movie success functions.
It gives you a high when you create characters and make them do what you want them to do.
Producers now look at the talent and if they believe that the director has the potential, they are willing to shell out the money irrespective of the gender.
I am very happy that Raghavanedra Kalayana Mandapam will the venue of the anti-corruption movement in Chennai. It is a good cause.
Festivals are an important occasion for us, because we all make it a point to meet up and greet each other. I personally make all Ganesha’s favorite sweets like Kozhukattai and Pal Payasam at home.
My parents are conservative. They really weren’t in support of us dating before marriage.
I have always loved writing and I used to pen down my thoughts, little stories and poems growing up.
I like Aruna Sairam and Pink Floyd.
Appa is a huge part of my life and he will always be an important part of it.
I am the dictionary meaning of the word introvert.
As a newcomer, I am eager to try every genre of film making.
Personally, I like narrating stories that revolve around something new. I’d find it very boring otherwise.
Dhanush has been my strength. When I asked him if he would work in my film, he did not even think twice.
Dhanush is a movie star, but like my father, he’s very different. In fact, I saw a lot of my father’s qualities in him. He’s simple, down-to-earth and respects his work a lot.
When my friends asked me to blog, I thought why not write a book? People may be interested in knowing what it would take to be Rajini’s daughter.
I believe ‘3’ was ahead of its time. It was closer to my comfort zone and, like most debut filmmakers, I drew extensively from my own life.
My mother was like a CCTV camera. There were times when I could not enjoy what most other children could. I would always have an escort.
I would like to explore before deciding my kind of genre.
Like every parent, my parents too took a lot of effort to give us the best, and to keep things as normal as possible.
My kids are soccer buffs. I have spent exorbitantly and unreasonably on taking them to soccer matches in England.
My father was a busy man who would do six to seven films a year.
People will think being the daughter of a celebrity is a very different life but surprisingly, we lead a very normal life and that’s what people will realize when they read my short stories.
I intend to bring forth the hardships and uncertainty stuntmen face. India does not have adequate infrastructure or safety guidelines to protect them, and their work often goes unnoticed.
I strongly believe that writing brings out one’s thoughts and expressions well.
For me, making a mass film is tougher. A lot of things needed to be intertwined into a two-hour narrative without getting too complicated.
I want to be convinced with my work and unless that happens I can’t make a movie.
Dhanush has been a fan of my father since his childhood. They share mutual respect for each other. Also, the fact that Dhanush made it big on his own and not because he is someone’s son-in-law is something my father deeply admires.
I never wanted to become an actress to avoid the pressures of looking good all the time.
There are so many talented filmmakers, but they find it difficult to put their content out to the viewer.
I prefer to be the captain of the ship, call the shots and be more creative.
English was always my favorite subject.
After ‘3’ I wanted to do something different.
I have written to Cabinet Minister Venkaiah Naidu to add a stuntman category in the National Awards to appreciate the work they do.
My mother’s role is as important as Dhanush’s. I leave my kids with her and go for my shoots. I can be rest assured that they will be taken care of.
Whenever one sees a director at work, anyone would hesitate to disturb him or her on the sets.
When you have these huge personalities at home you have to keep proving yourself to survive.
My father is a great actor, but I am not into acting. Instead, I took to film direction, which is my passion.
Animation is not easy and requires a lot of work on detailing which need ample of time.
Well, I’m comfortable in all kinds of clothes – Indian, Western, casual, formal. I shop for them wherever I go.
If it was bi-polar disorder in ‘3,’ I have delved into intuitions in ‘Vai Raja Vai.’
I, too, started off as a short filmmaker – though none of them have been screened, it served as a practice session to help me learn the nuances of filmmaking.
Even journalism has ethics and everyone should follow them.
When you have a lot of people playing different characters, you need to do justice to every character and bring meaning to their presence in the script.
I spend my free time with my children.
I would not have been comfortable in front of the camera.