Singer-turned-actress Amika Shail was born and brought up in West Bengal. She had her first brush with the entertainment industry at the tender age of 9 when she participated in a reality show and was later a part of many other reality shows. So far, she has done live gigs with Vishal Dadlani, Mohit Chauhan, Javed Ali, Amit Kumar, etc. As far as acting career is concerned, she’s been a part of successful projects like Akshay Kumar starrer Laxmmi, Mirzapur 2, Gandii Baat 6, Disney+Hotstar’s Chhatis Aur Maina amongst others. The diva engaged in a fun and interesting rapid-fire conversation with IWMBuzz and you will love her answers. Read to find out –

Would you ever date a fan?

I have never given this a thought. I am not very sure about this.

How would someone get your special attention?

The only way to gain my attention is that the person has to be kind-hearted. I don’t give much importance to good looks.

Your top 3 all-time favourite movies?

Jab We Met, Queen and Dangal.

Do you sing in the shower?

Being a singer, it is very common for me to sing in the shower. Not only in shower, I sing everywhere (LOL).

What is your biggest fear?

Right now, I do not have any fear. But when I entered the acting industry, I used to fear the camera. I used to fear learning the script. So, this was my initial fear when I entered the industry. This was also because I come from a non-entertainment background.

What would you like your superpower to be?

OMG. The list is long (Laughs). I wish for a time machine. I wish to have the power to get everything I wanted just with a snap of my fingertip just like in the serial ‘Shararat’. I also want a magic pencil like that of ‘Shaka Laka boom boom’.

One thing which you always want people to remember about you?

I would like to write an autobiography of myself someday. That would be the best way to reach out to my audience and let them know my story. I dream of doing that someday.

Lastly, a message for the fans?

I would like to take this opportunity to thank my fans for always being there for me always. They supported me when I was a singer and also when I got into acting. They have loved me in both roles. They understood this transition from being a singer to actor.