I Me Myself with Nia Sharma

She is a style icon and has carved a niche for herself be it acting or her bold and quirky style. Nia Sharma has had a massive fan following and is recognized for her charming and fun loving role as Maanvi in Ek Hazaaron Mein Meri Behna Hai.Though she started her career with shows like Kaali-Ek Agnipariksha, Behenein.. it was Ek Hazaaron...that gave her instant success and popularity. The actress went onto star in shows like Jamai Raja, Ishq Mar Jawaan. She was last scene in Naagin. Rangmunch got in touch with Nia and got some wonderful insights to her as a person.
(Note this is an old interview but is being re-published on the site)
Rangmunch: What do you value the most in life?
Nia: My work has given me name and fame. I respect my work to a great extent, so I value it most right now.
Rangmunch:What do you consider yourself good at?
Nia: I am good at doing a lot of things. I’m good at driving , cooking, skating. I am good in sports. I am also good at trash talks (smiles).
Rangmunch:Do you tend to get sarcastic?
Nia: Sarcastic? Well not in an offending manner but yes I will be sarcastic to the person who is trying to take my case. I will give it back to that person.
Rangmunch:  Who do you consider as your mentor?
Nia: I think your mother is always your mentor. Your mother would tell you and help you at every step. I think your mother is the greatest mentor you can ever have.
Rangmunch: Do you care about what others think of you?
Nia: Ya, ofcourse, big time. The mentality of people when they say I don’t give a damn what people think is the time you think the most what people think of you.If they like you or hate you , it’s the strongest vibes you get from the people.I try to send positive and warm vibes to other people. I always make sure that people like me.
Rangmunch: Do you stand up for yourself?
Nia: Ofcourse, yes..all the time. Anytime a person who tries to say something nasty to me , i’ll break his face right away. I always stand up for myself and for somebody weaker.
Rangmunch: What’s your favorite childhood memory?
Nia: I remember that one time my dad came from abroad, I was a kid then and I ran to him and hugged him tightly. He had come back after an year so I was extremely happy on seeing him. I distinctly remember this memory.
Rangmunch: Is there anybody from the past you find hard forgiving?
Nia: All the people I fought with, I have never gotten in touch with them and whatever have been the reason, once apart – always apart.
Rangmunch: How many hours do you spend on the internet?
Nia: I am always on the internet. The moment I get over with my shot, I would go on my FB and check my pictures that my fans have posted.
Rangmunch: Do you think you have changed after becoming an actor?
Nia: No not at all. I think I have grown as a person. I have much more confidence in myself than before. But as a person I am still the same.
As shared with Swati Ghosh and Niharika Vidya Sagar

Edited by: Navyanka Varma


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