'I write poetry on toilet paper'
It is said that bad habits die-hard. Well, be it good or bad but there are some really abnormal habits that model-turned-actress Sushma Reddy has.india Updated: Jul 27, 2006 15:37 IST
It is said that bad habits die-hard. Well, be it good or bad but there are some really abnormal habits that model-turned-actress Sushma Reddy has.
The sultry siren is finicky about writing poetry in the loo! This is not all. There's more! Sushma Reddy has perhaps the strangest habits than any other actress in Bollywod can have.
FOR THE LOO-VE OF POETRY
Sushma does dozens of things, which is unheard of. Ask her about the love for writing poetry and she quips, "I write poetry just for my heart's content and satisfy my urge. I don't write to recite them in some function, I prefer writing something offbeat. Writing is something like a stress buster for me. I can write anywhere. I write on air tickets, napkins, and even on tissue papers in loo."
FIRE YOUR DESIRE
Her weird habits don't end here. The next is collecting matchboxes from all over the globe. "People may call it a strange habit but I invest a lot of time on buying matchboxes as I am really fond of collecting them. I have been to many countries and have collected a large number of matchboxes of different varieties. I have match boxes from China, Thailand, Indonesia, Japan and many other countries," reveals Sushma.
STRESS COOKING IS THE WAY TO GO!
The actress has another strange habit of stress cocking. Explaining the meaning of stress cooking, she puts it this way: "This is the most interesting stuff for me. It's a kind of game for me that I play to de-stress myself. In one hour, I try and cook as many variety of food as possible. It includes everything from fast food to continental to other stuff. And I call this stress cooking."
ME, A LONER!
Besides this, solo travelling is another habit that she finds equally interesting. "I travel alone, especially those places which are totally unheard of. Also, I love to invest heavily in arty stuffs too," says Reddy.
Phew! That's quite a lot. What say?