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Once the pack-up is announced, I head home. Neither do I party nor have a huge circle of friends.

ACTOR WISE Pawan Kalyan never ceases to surprise his audience

The oldest adage in the business: The bigger the star, the shorter the introduction. Pawan Kalyans half an hour patter makes you laugh, think, shake your head, shrug your shoulders, and edge forward as he takes you into a surreal world. What do you want me to talk about,  Films,  Nah, not unless it is something out of the world. So he begins and as the barrage of information flows... farming, ecological bio diversity, mind mapping and more.... it reveals quite a bit about his personality.

For Pawan, cinema is not just a tool of entertainment and information, but also a platform for soul searching. When he is not acting, he zooms off to Shankarpally where he is bought some land and retreats for days together amidst exotic birds, rabbits and snakes for company. He says, I planted a lot of saplings but this Bangaram schedule has distracted me a bit. Since the plants were drying up, I made arrangements for rainwater harvesting. To save the plants, I collected plastic bottles, made a tiny hole in each one of them to that we could do drip irrigation. I strongly advocate water conservation. Can you imagine Indias future without plants and animals? Today, sparrows have become scarce thanks to pesticides. Soon, the door creaks and the actor is summoned for a shot.

The next day, while you gather pieces of conversation from we had left, Pawan has finished learning his dialogues. He quotes Aristotle who said that we, humans, are different from animals because we can talk about justice and injustice, whereas animals know only pain and joy. He narrates an interesting incident: When I was shooting for Johnny, I was squatting, involved in a confabulation, a small monkey came, perched itself on my lap, hugged me for a while and left. I can not recall the feeling.

For someone who has several hits and flops to his credit, it is only natural to explore something new. And Pawan is happy doing what he likes. He quips, Once the pack-up is announced, I head home. Neither do I party nor have a huge circle of friends.

Writers and film critics treated him, at best, with kind indulgence; and, at worst, with unremitting hostility. So has Pawan made amends with the media His reaction is tiring. There are moments of sheer epiphany when he says an idle mans brain is a devil's workshop. He adds, If you are not sleeping you must do something constructive. 

Meanwhile, the stage is set for another classy act. While a song reverberates on the sets, Pawan talks about music. He loves Carnatic music, takes violin classes, and says, Music helps me lose track of time.

Life is a song for Pawan Kalyan. He is disturbed at the sight of a woman carrying a small girl in her arms, who is crying for help and immediate medical attention. He rushes them to a hospital and then calls his wife, Renu, and instructs her to attend on them. His acts of kindness have never been documented, but that's fine. He never wanted it

Source : http://www.hindu.com/mp/2006/02/25/stories/2006022500170300.html.

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