We all remember Navin Waqar from the household drama Humsafar, the antagonist Sara, who was a little hard to hate. Waqar started her career as VJ Fuse which was an instant success and landed in the blockbuster opposite Mahira Khan and Fawad Khan. Her next venture was Geo TV's hit Ainnie ki ayegi Baraat. With her determination and acting skills, Waqar soon made her film debut in 2013 with social-drama film Josh: Independence Through Unity, which was a critical and commercial success. The starlet shares 60 seconds with us. Excerpts:

If your life had a theme song, what would it be?

Show me how to live by Audioslave.

If you could bring one fictional character to life, who would it be?


Do you have a useless talent?


Best compliment you have ever received?

That I am a warrior and I never give up.

If you could be a child for one day, what would you do?

Go back to school. The nerd in me misses it terribly!

An item you like to collect?


What can turn the day around for you?

Chilling with my dog. She gives the best hugs.

Your favourite health care regimen?


Tell us an embarrassing story.

I have a tendency to walk into things. I once walked into a glass door in front of a room full of people at someone’s wedding while the Nikkah was going on.

Something you wish you had more time to do?


If you could meet a person for the first time again, who would it be?

No one in particular.

A skin care/ health product you swear by?

Vitamin E oil.