People's behaviour towards you changes when your films don't work. It's a painful period.
— Uday Kiran
I am not a fitness freak, but I do my regular exercises.
I know that a lot of people take inspiration from the fact that I was just a common man with no film background who turned into a star.
I have always watched my close friends fall in love, but I never thought it would happen to me.
I am proud to say that I was launched in Tamil through 'Poi' by Balachander sir, who was the one who launched the legends like Rajni sir, Kamal sir & Prakash Raj sir.
If people liked seeing me in loverboy roles, I don't intend to break that.
I did my first film when I was in the final year of my graduation. At that time, I was still a kid, and I couldn't read the industry very well.
I don't let anything kill my spirit.
We all have ups and downs in our career, and as an actor going through a rough patch, all I can do is keep working as hard as I can and hope for the best.
Rumours are a part and parcel of being an actor, and I am okay with that.
I am not a kind of person now who broods over the failures and negatives.
I have met many people, and everyone's impression of me is based on my career.
I have worked very hard to shed away my chocolate boy image in order to get a tough look for this action entertainer. I am confident of my success and would love to dedicate the same to Director Balachandar sir.