1. Arthur Hailey
2. Jhumpa Lahiri
3. Ken Follet
4. John Grisham
5. Charles Dickens
6. Jodi Picoult
7. Alexander Dumas
Recently, I read Breaking Night by Liz Murray. It's a rags to
riches story of a woman who has an extremely turbulent childhood
and in spite of that, she completes high school (while homeless)
and gets a scholarship to Harvard. I found it extremely inspiring.
Currently, I'm reading The Book Thief. So far, it's really
I'm also a big fan of classics like The Count Of Monte Cristo,
Pride and Prejudice etc.
I listen to the radio while driving to work and thus I know pretty
much all the new bands and the latest songs.
Other than that, I've also been a huge fan of Rock. My favorites
include Def Leppard, Aerosmith, Scorpions etc.
I have watched so many movies that its almost impossible for me to
pick my favorite ones. Harry Potter, Blood Diamond, Ben Hur, Saving
Private Ryan, Lord of the Rings, Bourne Trilogy are some of my
favorites but then there are so many. I have also watched a few
chick flicks. I absolutely love Love Actually and
1. Comedy: Friends, Family Guy and Seinfeld
2. Drama/Action: Game Of Thrones (My all time favorite), Breaking
Bad, House of Cards, NCIS, Blacklist, Friday Night Lights, Law and
Order SVU, Prison Break, Criminal Minds, Dexter
3. Talk Shows: Tonight Show (Fallon's awesome!), Jon Stewart,
I'm not at all picky. In fact, I love to try out different types of
cuisine. I'm quite a good cook.