In an interview with Filmfare, Aditya talks food, films and his relationship with his bhabhi -
Do you have a hidden talent? Yes, I draw faces. I’m a mad doodler.
What’s your guilty pleasure? Food. Copious amounts of food. I’ve grown up on street food. I can’t live without it. It’s finger-licking good, what else does one need? From bhel puri, sev puri, paani puri, dahi batata puri, kathi rolls, boti kababs to seekh kabab rolls, I love everything.
What kind of a rapport do you share with your bhabhi Vidya? We are family. We spend time together on weekends. We talk films. I don’t share a formal bhabhi-devar relationship with her. We’re more like friends, who sit around cracking jokes. She’s a new addition to our crazy family and we have a blast together every Sunday afternoon.
Name a few directors that are on your wish list at the moment. Dibakar Banerjee, Vikramaditya Motwane, Vishal Bhardwaj. In fact, there are quite a few talented directors around. I’d love to work with all of them.
Sonam Kapoor for Conde Nast Traveller India
'I love fashion, I love clothes and I don t look at clothes as just clothes that I wear I look at them as art. All my style decisions come from not giving a damn about what people say! I just like to have fun with fashion, and I just do what I feel like. Being a trendsetter is all about being yourself. It's about enjoying who you are.'
Interviewer: Have you used your Oscar as weapon?
Jennifer: Yes, as a imaginary one.