I’d have loved to do Guide: Shilpa Shetty

Film actor and dance show judge Shilpa Shetty talks about motherhood, the films that inspired her and people she call friends.

How difficult is it to judge a dance show like Nach Baliye? 
Judging a show is a huge responsibility and we all have to be very careful about what we say. 

Your favourite judge on TV

Both Terence [Lewis] and Sajid [Khan] are great judges.


Which has been your favourite genre, romance or comedy?

A classic film you’d have loved to be part of.
Guide (1965).

The best thing about Bollywood.
It has given me name, fame and a lot of love.

A piece of advice you’d like to give a young actress.
They don’t need any advice, they are all extremely well-prepared.

The best thing about motherhood.
It’s a feeling that can’t be substituted. 

Who is your 3am friend?
My husband.

Your strategy in a crisis.
http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2013/12/ShilpaShettyBrunchPAnew.jpgBe calm.

Your favourite street food.
Pani puri.

The best thing about Shamita Shetty.
She is my best friend.

The biggest risk you have taken.
Becoming a producer.

The last thing you bought under Rs 10.
Cough lozenges.

What’s on your bedside table?
A baby book.

The last line of your autobiography would read…
And she lived…

High point of your life
Becoming a mother

Low point of your life
Losing my grandmother

Currently I am...
A full-time mom and part-time professional

SUN SIGN: Gemini
http://www.hindustantimes.com/Images/popup/2013/12/pampers_water.jpgPLACE OF BIRTH: Mumbai
SCHOOL/COLLEGE: St Anthony’s Girls High School, Podar College, Mumbai

From HT Brunch, December 31

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