Personal Agenda: Anushka Sharma
Here is Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma talking about her gadgets and gizmos. According to Anushka, she is very tech-savvy and has a lot to say about the gadgets in her life.brunch Updated: Aug 30, 2012 11:09 IST
Here is Bollywood actor Anushka Sharma talking about her gadgets and gizmos. According to Anushka, she is very tech-savvy and has a lot to say about the gadgets in her life.
The gadget you wished you had when you were a child?
I am happy that I didn’t have many gadgets and was more involved in outdoor activities.
What colour is your phone.
Your next phone will be?
That would depend on the new launches and the features it has to offer.
Your phone ringtone?
A quacking sound.
When people call you, what song/ring tone do they hear?
Breakdown by Jack Johnson.
Laptop or Tablet?
Games on the phone, Xbox/Playstation or Tablet?
Tekken on Playstation, Fruit Ninja on the phone.
Do you remember any phone numbers by heart?
Yes, my parents’ and brother’s.
Have you ever lost a phone/gadget?
Yes, very recently.
Where do you shop for gizmos?
Authorised dealers of the particular brand.
When it comes to technology, you would describe yourself as...
I am fairly tech-savvy and technology has become an integral part of my life.
Your current favourite gadget?
My camera and phone.
A gadget you wish they would invent?
One that can read people’s minds.
What size is your TV?
In a hotel room, can you easily find the light switches, work the shower, etc?
Yes. It’s usually simple.
What gadgets do you pack on long flights?
My laptop, so that I can listen to music, play games and watch films on it.
One gadget you are lusting for?
Yet to come.
How long can you last without checking your phone?
If I am not working, then I need to check it whenever it beeps.
How many DVDs do you own?
More than 250.
If I could...
I would invent only those gadgets that don’t need any battery cells or charging
I would have music playing everywhere I go without anyone complaining about the volume. Like no one else can hear it, only I can
I would Set a standard decibel level for all phones
i’d Never give up my old phone just keep adding new features on the same phone
Army Public School and Mount Carmel College, Bangalore
Place of birth
Walking the ramp for Wendell Rodricks in 2007
High point of your life
When I bagged Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (2008)
Low point of your life
They come and go
Shooting for the new Yash Chopra-directed film and endorsing Canon
From HT Brunch, August 26
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