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Personal agenda | Divya Dutta

The versatile Divya Dutta’s small, yet significant roles in films like Baghban, Welcome To Sajjanpur and Dilli 6 have got her a lot of critical acclaim. Here's all you want to know about her.

entertainment Updated: Apr 03, 2010 18:25 IST
Parul Khanna

Divya DuttaThe versatile Divya Dutta’s small, yet significant roles in films like Aaja Nachle, Baghban, U Me Aur Hum, Welcome To Sajjanpur and Dilli 6 have got her a lot of critical acclaim. But it was Yash Chopra’s Veer-Zaara which got her a Best Supporting Actress Award. She admits that she laughs easily and that her life is an open book (and so she has nothing to reveal). Currently, she has plenty of films in her kitty, including Monika, a movie based on the Shivani Bhatnagar case, Chehre, Sudhir Mishra’s next, and two Hollywood flicks – Heart Land and Hisss.

What do you do in a crisis?
I sleep over it. The crisis will take care of itself.

Your typical Sunday?
Is with family and friends over a meal or a movie.

One thing you love about your partner?
Total understanding and total love.

One household chore you’d rather do yourself?
House-cleaning. I am never satisfied when maids clean the house. They get so bothered by my constant checks that they keep checking if I am in the house or not!

The one thing you’d always like to get as a gift?
Dresses, dresses and more dresses. On second thought, I wouldn’t mind diamonds.

Your favourite indoor and outdoor game?
Carrom, badminton and cricket.

You have faith in…?
Sai Baba.

One film dialogue you love?
Main tumhare bachche ki maa banne wali hoon!

Your best pickup line for Brad Pitt?
Throw me into the pit of your love.

The craziest rumour you’ve heard about yourself?
There are so many! I have been linked to every actor I have worked with, including Govinda and Salman Khan.

Three places you love shopping in?
London because it has wonderful shopping streets, Janpath in Delhi and Linking Road in Mumbai.

What drives you up the wall?
People who don’t abide by time. I am very punctual.

If you had to spend one crore in a day, what would you do?
I would be depressed spending one crore in a day. If I had to, then I would buy some property, outfits, keep a little for myself and also give some to charity.

If you could eat anything and never put on weight, what would you live on?
Chocolate and only chocolate.