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Face to Face with Mrinalini Sharma

Everything from hip hop to jazz to Bollywood music and R&B. I love music. It sets me free. Although the only genre I cannot seem to understand is techno,which you won’t find on my iPod.

Written by EXPRESS FEATURES SERVICE | Published: February 19, 2010 5:22 am

What’s on your iPod?
Everything from hip hop to jazz to Bollywood music and R&B. I love music. It sets me free. Although the only genre I cannot seem to understand is techno,which you won’t find on my iPod.

What’s your DVD pick?
I’m quite a movie-buff and I have a massive collection of DVDs. My DVD pick depends on my mood at that moment. It could be anything from romantic comedies to thrillers to action,which I love. Not many know this but I really want to work in a full-blown action movie if I get the chance.

Your favourite romantic scene in a movie?
It’s got to be from the movie A Walk to Remember. I love the scene in which Shane West names a star after Mandy Moore. It’s unbelievably romantic.

Which actor would you love to go on a date with and why?
Johnny Depp all the way. He is,without doubt,the complete man; he’s got the looks and the personality to back it up.

Which dialogue have you mouthed in front of the mirror the most?
Aisa pehli baar hua hai satrah athrah saalon mein,undekha anjaanaa koi aane lagaa khayalon mein from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge.

Who inspired you to become an actor?
Since the time I was in school I would take part in dramas and fashion shows but it was all for fun. Only when my mother saw that spark in me I decided to take it up professionally. So inspiration or not,my mother has definitely been the support and motivation I needed.

The worst film you ever watched?
If it’s not good,I don’t watch a film.

Which film you wish you could be a part of?
I would’ve loved to play Hema Malini’s role in Sholay. Her character in the movie is fun and full of energy. She plays a woman who’s independent and knows what she wants.

What makes you an actor?
My passion for acting. I believe that the work you do should make you happy and only when you enjoy what you do you will be able to achieve your goals. Being in front of the camera and acting gives me immense happiness.

Quiz: Which movie is this dialogue from: Jab ‘t’ ‘o’ to,aur ‘d’ ‘o’ do,toh phir ‘g’ ‘o’ goo kyoon nahin?
It sounds familiar but I can’t recollect. (Correct answer: Chupke Chupke)

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