Anjani’s day out
9.30 a.m.: Breakfast with family
9 a.m.-7 p.m.: At work. Review meetings. Meeting senior management etc.
8 p.m.: Back home
8.30 p.m.: Dinner with family
9.15 p.m.: Occasionally head out with friends for a party or catch a movie
Her passion for brands is evident as she lives and breathes these brands. Even for the interview, she is dressed in an elegant grey Dunhill blazer (specially tailored for her as Dunhill only makes men’s clothes) over a jet black Escada formal dress. And she sports a Rolex watch on her left wrist.
“My everyday wardrobe is Escada, and since my father wears Dunhill, I have grown up with this brand. Alfred Dunhill’s German Street store is home to me. I can just sit there for hours.” So, does that mean she does not like other brands? “It would be sacrilege for me to talk about other brands,” she smiles sweetly.While I sip on my watermelon juice, I wonder what I am going to order for lunch as I am a vegetarian. Kasliwal enlightens me with her knowledge of Japanese food. “I am a vegetarian, too, but I love Japanese food,” she smiles. She orders vegetarian sushi rolls like the Spicy Shitake Roll to begin our meal. Kasliwal is a foodie to the core and Japanese is not the only cuisine she likes.
Born: 1986, Bombay
Family: Daughter of Nitin and Jyoti Kasliwal
Educated: Bachelor of Media Management from Jaihind College, Bombay. Internship at Escada, Munich
First job: S. Kumars Nationwide
First salary: e435 and 77 cents a month
Music: Anything to dance to. Also enjoys Mozart & Buddha Bar
Film:Taare Zameen Par
Hobbies: Dancing, filmmaking, listening to music
Food: Anything vegetarian
Drink: Sparkling water with ice and a slice of lime
Best advice: To succeed, look back with satisfaction and look forward with confidence
What’s the one thing she would love to do if she had all the time in the world? “I would like to go on an extreme adventure sports holiday. But then, maybe my dad won’t like it,” she says. Daddy’s little girl is growing up, though!