Shonali Nagrani: I hate hypocrites
Which is a good thing because so do we!
Shonali Nagrani does not need any introduction to cricket fans.
Rediff.com's Hitesh Harisinghani caught up with the model-turned-actress and TV show host and got chatting.
What does fashion mean to you?
Fashion means expressing myself every time. I'm not someone who'll over-style myself. I like to keep it simple.
Could you take us through your diet and fitness regime?
I start my day with a cup of tea with sugar followed by egg whites omelettes and toast.
Lunch includes dal, sabzi and roti.
My dinner is generally some roasted chicken and soup.
I have reached a stage in life where if I don't workout I feel I can't breathe properly.
I do strenuous workout everyday with my trainer Harrison James which includes functional training and Pilates.
What is your biggest fear?
Fear of failure.
If I take up something and I cannot deliver it to my expectation, it drives me crazy.
I expect a lot from myself and I am a little too hard on myself.
And how do you overcome that fear?
When I realise that something has not gone the way it should have I just swallow my pride and learn to do deal with it and find another way out.
What is the one thing you look for in a guy?
And what is the one thing that turns you off?
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Image: Shonali Nagrani
Photographs: Hitesh Harisinghani/ Rediff.com