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Priya Bhattacharji is a Qualitative Market Researcher and Coordinator of Shamiana-The Short film club (Delhi Chapter). Know more about her...

entertainment Updated: Jan 16, 2011 00:30 IST
Aakriti Sawhney

Priya Bhattacharji, 23, film exhibitor, DLF Gurgaon



Hometown: Meerut Cantonment


College: St. Stephen's College, Delhi and Mudra Institute of communications, Ahmedabad


Occupation: Qualitative Market Researcher and Coordinator of Shamiana-The Short film club (Delhi Chapter)


Facebook Friends: 376 (I had 377, I deleted my Dad yesterday)


Favourite Website:

www.fakingnews.com


Favourite Book:

Tooth and Nail

by Ian Rankin


Favourite Quote: ‘Sleep is the best mediation’ - Dalai Lama


Favourite Film:

500 days of summer


Favourite Dish: My mum’s

Aviyal

, Fish curry and

Aapam


Favourite market: Paharganj and Basant Lok


Style Icon: Lady Gaga


Sexual Preference: Straight


Long Hair or Short Hair Short disheveled


Favorite dive bar: TC , Adchini Janpath or Sarojini Nagar Janpath


Who Does Your Hair: Professional Hairdresser, Munirka


Who Inspires You: Cyrus Dastur, (Founder of Shamiana-The short Film Club)


Your Last Regret Purchase: A Citizen watch from Shopper's Stop for Rs.3500


Best thing you've ever bought: McDonald’s Softy (now at Rs.10)


Delhi summer or Delhi winter: Chilly foggy winter


Pet Peeve: Comparisons between the ‘cool’ quotient of Mumbai and Delhi


Favourite Spot in Delhi: SCR lawns, St. Stephens College


Craziest thing you've ever done: Referring to Tequila as

Shaqeela


The one thing you can't live without: My music player (A Sony MP4 player)


What do you prefer to have for breakfast: Coffee and Chicken Sausage Sandwiches/Muesli


Favorite Indian Outfit: Kashmiri Kaftan Landscapes or profile shoots Landscape


Favourite Perfume: Some pink-colored M&S perfume. Can't recall the name


Favorite song right now:

This is your life

by The Killers


Best thing about living in Delhi: The ‘hole-in-the wall’ eating places


What would you want to change about Delhi-ites: Stop flocking to Khan Market


Favourite Delhi slang and its meaning: ‘Party-harder’ (I hardly work, I only party hard)