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People in the city

entertainment Updated: Dec 12, 2010 01:17 IST
Aakriti Sawhney
Aakriti Sawhney
Hindustan Times
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Here's the way how people live in the capital and love it like their owns.

SiddharthaTawadey
35, Visual Artist
Hauz Khas Enclave

Hometown: Kolkata College
Richmond University London
Occupation: Visual Artist
Facebook friends: 1574
Website: www.sidphotography.com
Favourite website: www.google.com
Favourite book: Lust for Life by Irving stone
Favourite film: Cinema Paradiso
Favourite dish: Seekh Kebabs
Favourite quote: There's no money in poetry, but then there's no poetry in money, either - Robert Graves Style icon Tom Ford Sexual preference: Women
Long hair or Short hair: Short
Sneakers or sandals: Sandals
Beer or wine: Beer
Boxers or briefs: Boxers
Korean cuisine or Konkan cuisine: Konkan
Favourite dive bar: Golf Club
Janpath or Sarojini Nagar: Janpath
Frequency of sex: I wish!
Who does your hair: No clue
Who inspires you: Jackson Pollock
Your last regret purchase: An expensive iPAD
Best thing you've ever bought: An old Rolliflex working camera for Rs 2500
Delhi summer or Delhi winter: Summer
Favourite market: Dilli Haat
Pet causes: Old-age homes
Pet peeve: Tardiness
Pet on the bed or off the bed: On the bed
Favourite spot in Delhi: I just love the dusk at Garden of Five Senses
Would love to have dinner with: Guru Dutt
Money in your wallet: Rs 300
You can never have: Too many Sneakers
Craziest thing you've ever done: Walk down a cliff with my camera
The one thing you can't live without: Books
Favourite Indian outfit: Kurtas
What do you like to have for breakfast: Marwari Puri Alu
Hill station or sea beach: Sea
Favourite song right now: Empire State of Mind
Your camera: 5D Mark II
Landscapes or profile shoots: Profile Shoots
Black and white or colour photography: Both
What would you want to change about Delhiites: Aggression
Best thing about living in Delhi: Space