New Delhi: They are the most celebrated couple in Hollywood but Brad Pitt says he, partner Angelina Jolie and their six kids are constantly "hunted" by people with cameras.

The 47-year-old superstar, who will next be seen in 'Tree of Life' releasing today in India, says it is hard to feel normal when you know that your every movement is being captured.

"We're hunted. Our kids have to live behind a gate. Outside, there are people with cameras. But I'll take the trade-off. It took me a good decade of hiding in my house and not going outside to even, like, get my arms around this idea of celebrity," Pitt said.

"...suddenly people are looking for you to pick your nose or get a shot of you kissing some woman. It's a very discombobulating thing. But Angie and I have got it down pretty well. We have to hide behind some walls, but we manage," he adds.

The actor, who visited India with Jolie during the shooting of 'A Mighty Heart', says their visit to Varanasi will remain a cherished experience.

"We had an amazing time in Varanasi. I have never seen anything like it," he adds.

Pitt is also attached asa producer to the long delayed film, which won the Palme d'Or at Cannes. The film also stars Sean Penn and Jessica Chastain.

Directed by reclusive filmmaker Terrence Malick, the film deals with the question of origin and the meaning of life through the difficult relationship of a father-son.

(Agencies)