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People in the city: Aishwarya Singal

art and culture Updated: Oct 11, 2011 16:09 IST
Aakriti Sawhney
Aakriti Sawhney
Hindustan Times
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Hometown Delhi
College Still in school (The British School)
Occupation Student
Favourite website New York Times website
Favourite book A Princess Remembers
Favourite film Pretty Woman
Favourite quote Be who you are and say what you feel because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind
Favourite dish Pasta
Favourite market Khan Market
Style icon Audrey Hepburn
Long hair or short hair Long hair
Sneakers or sandals Sandals
Bollywood films or Hollywood films Both
Janpath or Sarojini Nagar Janpath
What inspires you to paint Nature
Korean cuisine or Konkan cuisine Neither
Who does your hair The Oberoi
Best thing you’ve ever bought My dog, Kenzo
Delhi summer or Delhi winter Delhi Winter
Pet causes Save the tigers foundation
Pet Peeve Beggary/child labour
Favourite spot in Delhi Wasabi in Taj
You would love to have dinner with Gorbachev
Money in your wallet at the moment None
You can never have too many Secrets
Craziest thing you’ve ever done I threw balloons at people inside a mall in spite of the fact that the festival of Holi was a good one month away
The one thing you can’t live without Any book I’m reading at the particular time
Pet on the bed or off the bed On the bed
What do you prefer to have for breakfast Mueslis
Favourite Indian outfit Lehenga
Hill station or sea beach Sea beach
Favourite perfume Prada
Best thing about living in Delhi I wouldn’t know where else to go. Delhi’s just perfect
What would you want to change about Delhiites: The negative attitude
Favourite Delhi slang and its meaning Cheap shot, which means an unfair verbal attack on a vulnerable target

More about her
Aishwarya Singal says her idol is Monet, the French impressionist. “The subjects in his paintings are so simple and familiar that one simply feels reassured looking at them. It is the same feeling I want people to have once they look at my art — to feel reassured in such an agitated world,” she says. Her first exhibition, Mysticism in Nature, opened on Monday in association with Arushi Arts. It features twelve paintings that Singal has been working on for the past five years and is currently on at the Royal China Restaurant in Nehru Place.