Your favorite quote it ... ' I'm what I'm' - I don't believe in pretenses and I'm very straightforward!
Your greatest achievement so far... It has to be my role in Parichay. It started as a very small role , but has not evolved into something much bigger !
If not an actor , you would be... My dad has a business and I didn't want to join it. I could not possibly pick up a job , so that doesn't leave me with much choice - I had to be an actor !
Your most treasure possession ... My family of course! But that is an obvious thing to say. Other than that it has to be my car - Tata Indigo !
Your strength which is also your weakness... I'm a very emotional person. As an actor it translates into strength and it helps me grasp the character better. In real life , people do end up taking advantage of me !
Your greatest fear is... I came to Mumbai with certain dreams and aspirations. So far things are planning in to place. I fear not being able to achieve what I set out to do !
You lie when...Only for fun or some prank! I don't lie to hurt people.
Your 'Takia-Kalaam' (Phrase commonly used by you).. 'Chattai Mat Kar'. It means pretty much don't irritate and in Hindi would be ' Dimag Mat Chaat' !
Your favorite feature is... My eyes! I can emote pretty easily with my eyes!
Your favorite road trip... I'm a huge travel enthusiast. Even if I have a day off, I pick my car and tour any place I can. I have covered pretty much entire Maharashtra. A few days back I exchanged my car for a co-actor's i-10 and decided to travel to Bhandhardhara. The car broke down on Mira Road and we had to call a towing van and then get back to the sets to pick up my car and were delayed by quite a few hours!
Your friends from the industry... I have a very friendly disposition, so I end up getting along with a lot of people. My closest buddies will have to be Ayaz Khan, Prerna Wanvari , Saurabh Raj Jain and Shardul Pandit!
Your dream role is... I want to play intense characters. Two of my dream roles are both by KK Menon in Gulaal and Shaurya!
Reporter and Author - Medha Parashar