The multi-talented Sahil Shroff
Sahil Shroff dabbled in many careers before he made it as one of India’s top models. At one time or another, Shroff did his masters in information technology, pursued management studies in Australia and worked graveyard shifts as a bouncer in the nightclubs there.entertainment Updated: May 28, 2011 20:19 IST
Shroff has also done TV commercials for HCL, Tata Indica and Lux. And after a spell of acting and voice lessons, he eventually bagged a role in Farhan Akhtar’s Don 2.
One word that describes you best?
If a traffic constable hauled you up, what would you do?
Quickly snap my seatbelt on, switch off the phone and roll down the tinted windows.
What makes you feel sexy?
You get high on?
Those same women that make me feel sexy.
The colour ‘pink’ for you is...
...The new black.
A place where you would like to be lost for a month?
The weirdest thing that ever went into your mouth?
A crooked pierced tongue ring.
Share a secret with us... you can trust us, we’ll only print it!
That thing in the elevator with Julia...
You are late for work and all the roads are jammed. Choose a mode of transport: a cycle, a horse or a skateboard. Why?
I would bike or I would take a hike.
Your first kiss was?
Still the benchmark to compare the rest to.
The one law you would break if you could get away with it?
Which superhero would you like to be and why?
Superman. Red undies outside blue tights! What a combo. Plus I’ll have X-ray vision – hmm.
The tune you can’t get out of your head?
Mumbai Indians’ anthem, before, during and long after the IPL.
Earth’s crowded and full of trash. Choose another planet.
It’s a good thing that I am fluent in the ‘Martian Arts’.
What makes your day?
That depends on what I did the night before.
What screws it up?
Not having an encore.
...So right now.
If you were the last person left on earth, what would you do?
Hold my own, I guess.
Life in the fast food lane: Choose your menu
Aloo ke paranthe fried in ghee. So good and absolutely divine.
If you could have a star perform at your wedding, who would it be and why?
Elvis. Not only is he not dead yet, he ain’t leaving the building either.
Your favourite freedom fighter?
Anna Hazare. He is the new age Gandhi!
- From HT Brunch, May 29
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