The 27-year-old from India has five Asian Tour wins.
Q Your number one golf tip for amateurs?
A Keep your head down. There's a technical part involved. A lot of amateurs tend to move their spines, so the moment they keep their head down, it gives stability and a good ball-striking ability.
Q Favourite sports movie?
A Bhaag Milkha Bhaag (Run Milkha Run), one of the blockbusters in Bollywood three years ago, based on (Indian golfer) Jeev Milkha Singh's father, a legendary Olympic runner. It's a true story based on his life.
Q Worst rule in golf?
A Paying a penalty for something that wasn't your fault. Maybe when a caddy does something wrong and you pay for it? I think that's a bit unfair.
Q Who's a hit with the ladies?
A Definitely Rory (McIlroy).
Q Greatest sportsman in the world right now?
A Michael Jordan, definitely one of the all-time greats... Currently, Jordan Speith and Rory, these two guys are really hot.
Q Worst moment in golf?
A Getting a shank, missing a shot going right off the target in front of a lot of people. This was in Korea a couple of years ago.
Q Golfer you'd pay to watch?
A Tiger (Woods). It's just the aura, he's still the best crowd-puller in this game.
Q Best golf shot you've seen live?
A Adam Scott at the 2008 Singapore Open. It was quite windy, we had a four-iron on his bag, the flag was stuck behind the bunker, over the ridge. He had only one option, to hit a low-rising high fade, which he did to about two feet (0.6m). I think that's probably a one-in-a-thousand shot.
Q Favourite golf course?
A I would say Sentosa. Just a challenging lay-out, you got to be at your 100 per cent to play well, it's a true test.
Q Most memorable pro-am partner?
A It was in India, the legendary cricketer Kapil Dev. He's retired, but he's like a god in India.
Q What did you buy with your first serious paycheck?
A I think I bought something for my mum and dad. I don't remember what, this was nine years ago.