I hail from a small town. My parents were never apprehensive about my decision to take up acting - they've been a constant support to me.
I really don't have any struggle story to tell about my stint in Tellytown.
I'm part of a great job where I get paid to learn. My first brush with the world of showbiz happened when I got selected while I auditioned for 'Dhoom Machao Dhoom' at my college in Delhi.
My audition for 'Dhoom Machale Dhoom' was the turning point of my life.
I visited an asylum to observe expressions of the mentally disturbed and to get my body language right for the blind girl's role. I visited the blind school, read the autobiography of Helen Keller, and watched a number of films from 'Scent of a Woman' to 'Anurag,' 'Fanaa' and 'Black.'
I went back to Kolkata around two years back after a gap of 14 years, and though the city had changed, the people hadn't. Everybody is cultured and knowledgeable there. I have emotional memories of the place.
Never say never. When love happens, it just happens. The industry is full of nice people, and there are no rights and wrongs.
Reading and watching movies are the only two things I do. I'm moody, so at times I'm annoyingly introverted; at other times I'm annoyingly extroverted. So I think I'm an ambivert!
I put my diet chart aside when I am in MP! Be it poha, jalebi, daal baafla, or namkeen, I always make sure that I relish the local delicacies before leaving Indore. Indore is a must visit for all the foodies.
My life is not as dramatic as it is depicted in the shows. I am not at all submissive. I am free-spirited.
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