” I think family, friends and a sense of community give you greater happiness than money. But, of course, one has to have a minimum on which to live. The joy I get from sitting around and having a laugh is immeasurable – much greater than anything that I have ever bought. “


” My mum thought my TV and film addiction was laziness. If you’re an immigrant, you know you’ll never be an accepted part of society, but you hope your children will be, and you try to make them essential to the community in a practical way – being a doctor or a lawyer. Acting was beyond their comprehension. “


” The worst moment in my life was when I was seven years old and I discovered that there was a thing such as racism. You don’t know you’re different until someone lets you know. “


” I was far too embarrassed to share the experience of Indian food at school. As a kid, you’re desperate to fit in, to assimilate in some way, and everything about me stood out. “


” I’ve always felt I had to prove myself, and now it has become second nature. When I first went to university, I took lodgings with a woman who said, ‘What are the chances of you staining my pans?’ I said, ‘I don’t think I understand the question…’ and she said, ‘When you cook your curries. “



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I think family, friends and a sense of community give you greater happiness than money. But, of course, one has to have a minimum on which to live. The joy I get from sitting around and having a laugh is immeasurable - much greater than anything that I have ever bought.
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The worst moment in my life was when I was seven years old and I discovered that there was a thing such as racism. You don
I was far too embarrassed to share the experience of Indian food at school. As a kid, you
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