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Hanging out with Ishana on weekends

Staff Correspondent

Lux Superstar Ishana is making it big both as model and actor on the small screen. Despite her hectic routine, Ishana manages to squeeze in a little leisure time. She recently talked to The Daily Star about her hang out time…

How do you spend most of your time on your day off?

Ishana: I usually stay at home. I watch movies late into the night and get up late. Just enjoy my free moments.

What's the first thing on your mind when you wake up on a holiday?

Ishana: Definitely, a cup of coffee. I feel I feel energised when I take a sip of coffee in the mornings.

What do you enjoy most during your spare time?

Ishana: Nowadays, there are holidays galore what with hartal and blockades.  Besides I like to go shopping at night. Sometimes I glance through the script of a play.  I also visit my aunt's home in the capital and hang out with friends. India beckons me and I enjoy shopping there. Apart from this, I visit Rangamati and Cox's Bazar . Cox's Bazar is my favourite travel destination.

What food items are most available in your refrigerator?

Ishana: Different types of fruits and chocolate.

What is usually on your breakfast menu?

Ishana: I generally prefer light food. I mostly have fresh fruit and juice. I generally avoid oily food for breakfast.

What do you prefer more -- reading or watching movies?

Ishana: I usually watch a lot of movies, especially during holidays. But I also like to read. The latest film we watched at the cinema hall was “Nishwartho Bhalobasha”. I'm a big fan of Humayun Ahmed's writing, and have finished all his volumes. I'm now into writings of Samaresh Majumder.

Tell us about your favourite food ...

Ishana: almost anything cooked by my mother. She takes extra care making my favourite dishes during vacations. Fried pumpkin flowers are one item that I love! Another favourite is hilsa eggs.

Published: 12:00 am Friday, December 27, 2013

Last modified: 9:32 pm Friday, December 27, 2013

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