“A preparation is gone into when making that step up. Impromptu works too, but then we must all be a well oiled and prepared machine that can at the drop of a hat begin to speak and never stop almost. That is difficult and tough. And no books in the world could teach us the art of speaking in public, or articulating points of sense,” he further shared.
The actor, known for films like "Deewaar", "Agneepath", "Sholay", "Don" and "Black", pointed out that he still has goosebumps before coming in front of his audience. “So just like Aaradhya, would I be scared to present myself before an audience...YES…YES I would even at this age and date…there could be reasons for it, and they may never be disclosed...but there,” he said.
Meanwhile, the actor is prepping up for “Wazir”, which also stars Farhan Akhtar.