Sonnalli Seygall is not only one of the prettiest names in the industry but also one of the fittest. The actress has shown her true potential in various characters and some of the most noteworthy names are Pyaar Ka Punchnama, Pyaar Ka Punchnama 2, Sonu Ki Titu Ki Sweety, and Jai Mummy Di. IWMBuzz engages in a special conversation on food with Sonnalli to know more about her interesting eating habits. Read to know more
What is your favorite cheat food?
Desserts. Special mention for cakes, pastries, & cupcakes.
What would your last meal on Earth be?
That’s a really tough one but it has to be some Bengali food. There’s luchi, chholar daal, daab chhingri, and so many more dishes.
Do you cook at home? What do you make?
Well, I am not much of a cook although the quarantine has made me one. I have experimented quite a bit and what I am really good at making is noodles and spaghetti with a bit of garlic flavour in it. Also, I love making desserts like Besun Ki Barfi, cakes but all with natural sugar.
Veg or Non-Veg?
I am mostly a vegetarian but sometimes when I am traveling, I do enjoy a bit of sea-food.
Baked or fried?
I think both. I mean obviously, if I am looking at a healthier option, it would be baked but it’s fine to consume a bit of fried as well occasionally, especially when it’s home-cooked.
Soup or salad?
Soups certainly. I love soups.
One vegetable that you hate the most?
Well, strangely, I have grown up in an environment where respecting food was a must. There’s literally no vegetable which I hate or don’t consume at all. Of course, I have my own favorites but there’s nothing that I really hate.
The weirdest dish you ever ate?
Well, this was a couple of years ago when I travelled to China and I tried fried bees. Yes, you heard it right. It’s a famous street food there and they deep fry it with a few seasonings and it almost tastes like popcorn.
Lastly, a celebrity you would love to cook for?
Well, I wouldn’t really like to cook for any celebrity, to be honest. I would just cook for my loved ones and I am happy about that.