* You are a private person, aren’t you worried about link-ups?Not at all. If anything, I’m very excited about them. A lot of people think I’m gay. I have really red lips so they say I wear lipstick; they say my dance is very feminine and a lot of people think I look like a girl. But that’s fine. I take the criticism positively.
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* You will be carrying your father’s legacy forward. Are you nervous about it?I’m proud of my father, but I don’t want to be my father. I hope people accept me the way they have accepted him. Comparing me to him will be very difficult. Although I would love to grow a beard and moustache like him, sadly I just don’t get facial hair and I’ve been made fun of for that. I could be the next Katrina Kaif and endorse a hair removal cream or something (laughs). But if I wasn’t my father’s son, I would be nowhere.
* What advice did he give you?Nothing actually. All he told me was to listen more and speak less.
* Who apart from your father has been an influence in your life?I’m a huge Bruce Lee and Michael Jackson fan. But in Bollywood, I respect Hrithik Roshan a lot. I think he’s a complete actor, dancer and just his presence changes everything. He’s a true superstar and I see no weakness in him. I wish to imbibe his qualities in my professional life too.