I know it is not possible to give a full analysis without meeting a person, but would you please tell me something about this person? Would you please give me a analysis as to this person's character? A famous Indian actor (now dead) who used to act for villain and supporting roles, a drug addict, alcoholic and heavy smoker who said that he was going to change and would be a new person, but still succumbed to it. In his later years he became very religious. In his younger days he confessed to a journalist about occasional womanising. He was not a man who had never seen a woman, as he had acted with many heroines who had probably worn short dresses. During an event (this was during his later years), an extremely beautiful heroine came in a very short dress (which is scandalous at that place and time). Many ogled at her, ad this actor was described as become emotional, and he kept shaking hands with her and finally kissed her in the hands, leading to commotion in the audience. My question is, why exactly did he do that and what sort of character does that show? I tried to compare her face with his ex-wife's (who left him saying that he used to get drunk and torture her, but that could have been a ploy to get a divorce. He attempted for a reconciliation and went further into drinks and drugs after she left him. She was fond of him though, and still friends with him,and was very upset at his death, still posts their old photos and said that he was a lovely person, it was just that things didn't work out. She said she was very much loved everywhere and very much wanted everywhere.), and I found their faces bore some resemblance, though the actress was undoubtedly much more beautiful, and both bore a resemblance to his mother. Could you please tell me something about this person's character? Other things I read about him are: During the shooting of a movie he got very much involved in his character and in retakes repeatedly slapped his co-actor, a man. He gave a small apology. In another movie he slapped a actress, to give realism for the scene. He laughed while relating it years later, saying she was inconsolable for the next three hours as she was a newcomer to the field. However when a Japanese lady came to his house as she was a huge fan of him, he was very nice to her and she became good friends with both him and his wife. He wasn't a "womaniser" then. He also told a friend of his that he used to slip a knife under his bed and wake up staring at the blade because it made him feel powerful. He was supposed to be kind, friendly and down to earth to people he met. He would advise his younger co=stars. Though he loved acting and could not live without it, he would often say that it was a lousy way to earn a living, as he would get cliched characters, and that he would have been happier as a humble farmer.