TellyBuzz brings to you the column on 'Confessions of Tellywood Shopaholics.' This week we caught up with pretty Anupriya Kapoor of Balaji Telefilms' Tere Liye fame and recently seen in UTV Bindaas' Yeh Hai Aashiqui. We tried to find out more about Anupriya's shopping interests and her favorite shopping destination through this column.
Share your craze for shopping.
Shopping is the best stress buster for me because whenever I am feeling little low or confused then I prefer to shop. I don't realize then how my day passes and when I come back home with bags full of things; it is then when I realize my mistake and I get some scolding from Mom. I feel that being in a confused state and when I feel low, I realize that kafi saare paise chale gaye (laughs). Shopping gives me a high during the time I shop. I have understood recently that shopping has now become my hobby and I can't live without it. I have to shop every week in bulk.
How often do you go to shop?
Earlier, I used to shop once or twice a month but I used to shop in bulk but now I am shopping every week and I am developing a bad habit. I have to control on my shopping craze soon (laughs).
What do you shop the most for?
I like to shop the most for Dresses. I like Indian attire and recently I have bought lots of Sarees, which I don't know whether I will be wearing them or not but I just bought them (laughs). Recently, I have purchased lots of Dresses, Sarees and Indian Kurtas. When I went to Delhi along with my Mom we also shopped a lot for Indian clothes from Karol Bagh and Lajpat Nagar.
Your dream shopping destination?
I have no dream shopping destination as such. I am ready to shop anywhere anytime.
Where do you prefer to shop in Mumbai?
I stay close to Infiniti 2 so in the past one year, I have done 90% of my shopping from there. When we were staying in Lokhandwala, then I used to shop from Options, Infiniti and Lokhandwala Market. We also used to go to Bandra for shopping but now I stay so close to Infiniti that I feel comfortable to shop from there.
What would you buy?
If given Rs. 10: I
love having Lay's Magic Masala so I would like to have that one. I remember
whenever I used to go for a school picnic; I used to take lots of packets along
with me as they used to be my favorite.
If given Rs. 100: I would buy Parle-G and fed all those to stray
If given Rs. 1000: A Scarf.
If given Rs. 1 Lakh: My brother wants a bike and we are against
buying him the same because of the accidents taking place. The bike of my
brother's choice costs around Rs. 1 Lakh 20 Thousand so I will give that amount
to him so that he can buy it.
If given Rs. 1 Crore: I will put all the amount into fix deposit because currently I have all the basic necessities like home, car and other things which a person wants so I will better fix that amount.
Share how you feel after shopping.
It depends on how much have I shopped. If I have shopped according to my needs then I feel good and happy but if I have shopped beyond my needs then I feel guilty.
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I didn't like yeh hai aashiqui to be honest,. And it was a bit weired for me to watch Anupriya Kapoor and Shakti together when I an used to watch them as siblings in tere liye. But you did a good job both of you and the story was good. But cv could have shape it up better. The scenes didn't shap up well.
Just Love you Anu .. Thankyou So Much Anwesha Di For This Wonderful Article :) :) .. We All Know That How Much U Have Craze About Shopping Anu .. Love This Article , U're Soo Cute And Funny .. Come Back Soon Anu .. Eagerly Wanna To See U Back .. Love you Angel
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