Catch the latest glimpse of Actor Shraddha Kapoor at Bollywood Mummy as she opens up about her personal life.
Shraddha Kapoor (Actress)
Date of birth: March 3
Place of Birth: Mumbai
Sun Sign: Pisces
Home Town: Mumbai
School/College: Jamnabai Narsee School, American School of Bombay, Mumbai/Boston University
First Break: Teen Patti (2020)
High Point Of Your Life: Living my dream every day
Low Point Of Your Life: Overthinking. I tend to get into a loop and keep on thinking about the same thing for days
Your ideal monsoon date would be….?
Me at home, watching the rain while sipping chai with only my dog to give me company. No human allowed!
The most bizarre thing you have ever done?
Taking an impulsive trip to Tomorrowland. I just packed my bags and took a flight.
A cartoon character that is your spirit animal…?
SpongeBob SquarePants. He is a little scatterbrained and I have the full potential to become someone like that!
Three words that describe you?
Over thinker, moody and foodie!
One thing you are obsessed about…?
I am obsessed with sunglasses and glasses, I drool over them.
One thing no one knows about you…?
I have maintained a personal diary since I was eight years old. I had even made up my own secret language in which I would write my diary entries.
One habit you want to get rid of…?
I am hoarder The night suits I wear are ancient.Some of them have holes in them. But, I cannot bring myself to let go of them
The most precious thing you own is…?
A few years ago, my dad gave me his watch which he got from his dad when he was in class 5.
Being Lata Mangeshkar’s grand-niece, are there any fond memories that you treasure?
I met her for the first time when I was around nine years old. When I started singing in my films, one day she told my mom that I sing well! Coming from her, it was a big compliment!
Your kind of music includes…?
I listen to all kinds of music. I listen to Coldplay every day without fail. Totally addicted to it.
How is your relationship with other kids from the industry?
Varun (Dhawan) is one of my childhood friends… We have all sorts of nicknames for each other… he calls me Chirkut and I call him Batuk!
Movie: Pyaas (1957)
Comfort Food: Deep-fried Maharashtrian-style fish, pizza and bhindi in all forms
Holiday Destination: Ladakh
Book/Author: The Catcher in the Rye by J.D.Salinger
Actor: Amitabh Bachan
Red Carpet Look: Rekha ji in a gold Kanjivarm, Red lipstick and those gorgeous locks of her hair falling on one side of her shoulder
Favourite Song: Pocketful of Sunshine by Natasha Bedingfield