I'm painfully shy.
I think of myself as a shy, modest, relatively unassuming person.
I choose grey characters, as I enjoy playing a human character. I don't shy away from showing the shortcomings of my characters.
Because I'm shy and a bit quiet, I think people assume I'm an elegant person.
All of us introverts aspire to be more outgoing, but it's not in our nature. When I was nearly 50, I discovered that the best thing to do was to tell everyone I worked with that I'm just shy. People are not mind readers - you need to let them know.
When my family did shy away from Indian food, we'd eat a lot of Chinese. We'd use the wok a lot. I never had a problem with Brussels sprouts or broccoli growing up. I always grew up with the mentality of finishing your plate.
As a little girl, I was always shy, but in front of the camera I wasn't.
I was very shy. I'm still shy.
Acting attracts shy people and show-offs.
The problem is I'm not a good photographer. To be perfectly honest, I'm too shy. Not aggressive enough. Well, I'm not aggressive at all. I just loved to see wonderfully dressed women, and I still do. That's all there is to it.
Let's say that, in reality, I'm basically very shy when it comes to men.
In the movies, they make you look good and tough, but in real life, it's completely the opposite. I do these ueber roles, I think, because in real life I'm quite shy and reserved. In real life, I'm a dork.