This interview took place on November 14, 2016 at his home.
1) Q: Your greatest joy?
A: Being able to live through each day knowing that Jesus Christ is my Lord and saviour.
2) Q: Your secret fear?
3) Q: The best advice you received?
A: Don’t put pressure on myself. When I don’t…I bat beautifully.
4) Q: Your most embarrassing moment?
A: Can’t recall.
5) Q: Your happiest moment?
A: Making 96 runs against Jamaica when our team was struggling to reach a target of 163. This resulted in us winning the regional under 15 tournament.
6) Q: Your biggest turn off?
7) Q: The biggest turn on in a woman?
8) Q: The part of your body you like the most?
A: Ears because I can move them.
9) Q: The body part you would like to change if given a chance?
10) Q: The best book you ever read?
A: Relentless – by Tim Grover.
11) Q: If given a chance, what would be your dream profession?
A: Professional Cricketer.
12) Q: The thing people don’t know about you?
A: I have brilliant singing abilities.
13) A: Your pet peeve?
Q: People not helping others reach their full potential or realizing what they can be.
14) Q: Your favourite food
A: Dumpling and smoke herring.
15) Q: The man you most admire apart from your father?
A: Kumar Sangakkara
16) Q: Your secret personality weapon?
A: My ability to stay calm in the face of confusion.
17) Q: Your personal credo?
A: To live with integrity and help others to help themselves.
18) Q: Your irresistible temptation?
A: Ice cream.
19) Q: The one place you would like to visit before you die?
A: South Africa.
20) Q: Your most elusive goals?
A: Regional century
21) Q: In three words, your recipe for a successful athlete?
A: Assess, Decide and Execute
22) Q: After a hard game, what do you do to relax?
A: A number of different things. Reading, talking with friends/teammates & listening to music.
23) Q: You favourite music?
24) Q: The athlete you admire more.
A: Kumar Sangakkara. He is a master of his craft. His record is untarnished with regards to discipline over years of international cricket and he is highly intelligent. He also seeks to make a name away from cricket where he is a legend. He has represented and stood for Sri Lankan cricket, helped the country grow and inspired many cricketers around the world, young and old alike.