The last time you lied to the media:
I have a very terrible memory and hence I think I do not lie much to the media.One thing you miss now after you became a celebrity:
Nothing at all; no complaints.A superstitious belief that you carried while you were a kid:
Actually I still carry that belief. If there is something good about to happen I do not share it with anyone as I feel it will take a toll on what may happen. Actually it had happened to me.One thing you avoid doing on the sets:
I avoid getting into any conversation when we are doing the reading.Your favourite street food:
Pani PuriIf you get a chance to be invisible for a day what would you do?
I would go to the best shop and shoplift.
A movie that you walked off from or even dozed off:
I do not walk off from a movie because it's the most disrespectful thing. I dozed off during Bodyguard.
The comment that makes you feel good:
These days several elders tell me that they want a daughter in law just like me.
Who would you want to click a picture with and hang it on the wall?
Your first aspiration:
To be a vet
The toy that you treasured the most as a child:
Actually it was not a toy, but a silk dress. I had the habit of wrapping it around my thumb and rubbing it against my face while going to sleep. I had this habit till the age of seven and my mother had to hide it from me. The worst advice you have ever received:
Quit the show
A movie that you would love to be a part of:
The worst nickname that you had:
When we were staying in the cantonment as kids my elder brother used to call me 'Aag Lagao Ghar Jalao' and it was famous there.
One trait of yours that you would never want to change and one that you want to:
I do not wish to change the chirpiness and the spirit that I have, but I would like to change my trait of getting stressed easily.
Reporter and Author: Saranya Valsarajan