Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Sacha Dhawan Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Oh my God, I’d love to meet the other Masters in ‘Doctor Who’. They’re such fantastic actors I’d be slightly in awe of them.
Like with me, I just see my mum and dad as parents – I don’t see my dad individually as a man, my mum individually as a woman.
I’m interested in the dark horse. It’s too scary being the face of something, unless it’s really right. A lot of young actors want to get a lead role, get into Hollywood. I do everything slow and steady.
There are certain roles – say, terrorist roles – that if I don’t feel like it’s something truthful, I’m not going to do it.
I enjoy working away from home as it gives me the space to really commit to the character.
I loved ‘Shantaram’ by Gregory David Roberts, which is going to be made into a film. It’s an amazing story about an Australian guy who escapes from prison and his first port of call is Mumbai.
I love doing projects that flip my last project on its head. And I love the challenge of taking on different characters.
I think I have become wise enough, because I started at a young age and know there are ups and downs in this business – I’ve realised it’s not real.
Because ‘The Boy With The Topknot’ is a true story there are so many specific details that are true, current, accurate and haven’t been made up.
The generation who will watch ‘Not Safe For Work’, my generation, don’t care who plays a part.
I’m really into reading books right now about India. You reach a certain age where you start missing your home history.
It’s shocking when you start to grow up and realise that your parents had a life before you! But why would you? Sometimes you don’t really have a need to.
In my job, the not working is real and the actual work is just fantasy.
That’s one of the things I really respect and admire about ‘Doctor Who’, is that they’re always thinking out of the box with the characters they write and the actor they employ to portray them. They’re always challenging the stereotypes and peoples’ way of thinking.
I don’t speak Punjabi. My dad runs a beauty salon and is an Elvis fan.