The Delhi-based epitome of beauty, Sanjana Sanghi, is everything you may aspire to be. She chose to pursue journalism, though destiny brought her to Bollywood.
She made her debut at the age of 14, in Imtiaz Ali’s Rockstar. In Dil Bechara, the Bollywood remake of John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars, starring the late Sushant Singh Rajput as Manny and herself as Kizie, she proves her mettle in the beautiful and heartbreaking role. Other than these memorable performances, she has been spotted in Hindi Medium, Fukrey Returns and advertisements of Myntra, Aircel, Coca-Cola, Cadbury, Dabur, Tanishq, and of course, as a Wedding Asia muse.
Excerpts from an exclusive, fun chit-chat with her:
Date of birth: 02/09/1996
Favourite book: The Fault in Our Stars
Favourite movie: Dil Chahta Hai
Favourite star: Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone
First three words you get when you think of Indian Weddings: Blur, blur, blur/Made In Heaven
Favourite Indian couturist: Sabyasachi Mukherjee’s work is a manifestation of some real emotions. Currently digging the Neo Bohemian/Bohemian looks he’s been curating
Favourite jewellery: Minimalist, with a dust of tradition
Wedding destination: A wedding would be very personal to me, so it would have to be at a home setting, in my home country, with the culture, traditions and emotions I know best
Go-to fashion assembles: Street style inspired by the bylanes of Bandra
What kind of bride would you be?: Happy, confident and in love
Everyday makeup essential: A rigorous skincare routine followed by a lip colour always comes handy
Three things in a bridesmaid: A lifelong sisterhood, an acceptable wedding toast and an ability to capture moments the wedding photographer may miss
Comfort clothes: Summer dresses. There’s never a day when they don’t work
Date wear: Something I’ll already be wearing. Dressing for myself > A date.
One thing you should not do before going to bed: Starting a new book or a film before an early morning/miss skincare routine
A big no-no in a relationship: Dishonesty, because who has the time for that, really?
Three must-haves in a partner: Ability to know you, grow with you and to be two different people than an entity