There are times when you get several great, exciting roles; there are times when you don't.
There were no clippings of Ambedkar. The only thing I had was a two-and-a-half minute film which I saw countless times. Nobody knows how he walked, how he spoke, or how he behaved. I had to conceive all those things in my mind. I had to work a lot on the make-up, too.
Everyone has ups and downs. You can't always get exciting roles.
I am an Indian, and I know what India is. I know Indian culture. I know Indian constitution and democracy.
I don't consider any film of mine bad. I give all my films the importance they deserve. I look at all my roles with the same kind of seriousness.