To be fair, I don't think it's a plague to say I have the misfortune of making movies for a living.
I really like suspenseful movies and movies that make you think.
Compared with other Indian film composers, I only write about six movies a year. Others write up to 60.
Some movies get rushed out right after you make them and I'm not always happy with that.
There are different reasons to make movies.
I was very driven in high school. I worked a bunch of odd jobs. I never partied. I never drank. I was just a theater geek who was obsessed with movies.
I watched so many movies when I was a kid, and I'd watch them over and over.
My favorite types of movies definitely aren't thrillers, but at the same time you can't deny the genius of Hitchcock's films.
I would be too selfish if I said everyone should see my movies more than once. To say that would mean I'm just marketing my work!
My existence is about making movies, so I've just got to rock and roll with the punches. You want to make movies on telephones, I'm there.
Movies can provide tear-inducing or comically-entertaining representations of love, but many agree that its deeper conflicting complexities often seem unfathomable.
I had zero connection to Bollywood or movies when I started out. I worked in theatre for eight years where luckily Makarand Deshpande mentored me, helped me to improve my body language and voice modulation.
One of the things I think I can do in my lifetime is stop to remind myself that - and keep affirming that - women can sell movies.
I'd like to do more TV; TV is completely different than working in movies in a lot of ways, it's like making a really compact movie. Because you don't have as much time, especially hour long shows, they move so quickly.
I love animated movies in general. I like making them.
I've always been a huge fan of the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' movies.
When I was a little girl, I watched old movies maybe shot at Paramount Studios, and the fact that every day I get to drive onto the lot and shoot a show that sometimes takes place in the '40s, it's very interesting.
'The Philadelphia Story' is one of my favorite movies, as is 'Bringing Up Baby.'
The place was crawling with youngsters. It was good, because the kids were good. I can't make a general assumption. Again, you're probably getting, as a general theme from me, that I don't make a lot of broad, sweeping rules about movies.
Movies have been my way to get out of my backyard. I'm trying to let people know that movies change people's lives.