Mouni Roy says she’d love to share screen space with actor Ryan Gosling

Plus, according to the actress she’d have been an IAS officer had it not been for acting...
Actress Mouni Roy says she de-stresses by reading, sleeping and going for a massage. Styling: Divya Bawa; Make-up & hair: Shraddha Mishra. Outfit, Kerry Parker; shoes, Charles & Keith(Vishal Kullarwar)
Actress Mouni Roy says she de-stresses by reading, sleeping and going for a massage. Styling: Divya Bawa; Make-up & hair: Shraddha Mishra. Outfit, Kerry Parker; shoes, Charles & Keith(Vishal Kullarwar)
Published on Feb 16, 2019 11:16 PM IST
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All about Mouni

Date of birth: September 28

Sun Sign: Libra

Place of birth: West Bengal

Home town: Cooch Behar

School/college: Kendriya Vidyalaya Coochbehar/ Miranda House, Delhi

First break: Kyunki Saas Bhi Kabhi Bahu Thi

If not an actress, what would you have been?
An IAS officer because that is what my father wanted me to be.

And what would you say is the best thing about Bollywood?
The songs, and the fact that you get to play different roles.

 An actor you’d love to work with?
At the cost of sounding like an overachiever, I’d say Ryan Gosling.

An old habit you’d like to get rid of?
I am extremely impulsive. Maybe taking some time and thinking everything through will give me a better perspective.

Tell us one thing no one knows about you.
I really want to write!

Three things you look for in a man...?
Humility, the ability to hold a conversation and be funny at the same time.

And what would your perfect romantic getaway be like?
The sea, sunset and violin playing in the background with some favourite books kept, just for the mood.

What’s the first thing you do when you wake up?
I have to drink warm water. I can’t wake up without it.

 And the last thing before you sleep…?
Read a page or two.

Finally, how do you de-stress?
By reading, sleeping and going for a massage!

Mouni’s favourites

Street food: Golgappa

 Destination: London

 Poem: Cloony The Clown by Shel Silverstein  

Book:The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

 Films: Shakespeare in Love (1998) and The Phantom of the Opera (2004)

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From HT Brunch, February 17, 2019

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