WHEN Sir Ben Kingsley enters the room at the Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time junket, he brings with him a sense of gravitas, awe, wonder, you name it. Even though he’s not much taller than I am. Maybe it’s because he’s played some of the biggest roles in moviedom or maybe it’s because, being from the theatre, he naturally brings that sense of wonder about him. And whether he’s answering a rather pointless query or a question that provokes philosophical thought, he still gives it his utmost attention. Pretty much like how he treats his roles, he brings the same attitude whether he’s playing the leader of a partisan movement in India, a doctor in a psychiatric hospital, a Holocaust survivor or the uncle of a prince of Persia. Whatever it is, it was certainly a joy to be in the presence of the man during the round-table, although there are moments where you wonder: What’s really going on with this guy?