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Sayani Gupta loves Thai culture and cuisine

Actress Sayani Gupta loves the culture and cuisine of Thailand. Thai cuisine, she adds, is so much more than what most people believe it to be.

Sayani Gupta loves Thai culture and cuisine

Mumbai: Actress Sayani Gupta loves the culture and cuisine of Thailand. Thai cuisine, she adds, is so much more than what most people believe it to be.

"Thai cuisine is so much more than what most people think. A wide range of regional cuisines from north to south, makes it nearly impossible to cover but the real fun is in trying to taste (and devour) as much as you can," Sayani said.

"There is something truly extraordinary about waking up with the ocean at your doorstep. I couldn't have found a more peaceful, and breathtaking home in Koh Samui. Nothing beats uninterrupted views and pool access," added the actress.

During her recent Thai vacation, Sayani stayed in Airbnb properties.

"My home in Bangkok, was Zen central. It was a peaceful haven, amidst the city. Loved the minimalist design and soothing pallet - less is always more," she said.

Over the past few years, she has appeared in feature films like "Parched", "Fan", "The Hungry", "Jolly LLB 2" and short films such as "Shame", "Detour", "Red Velvet", and "Shameless".

On the work front, the actress received praise for her performance in the film "Posham Pa", and is occupied shooting for the web series, "Four More Shots Please!: Season 2".

She is all set for the release of her upcoming movie "Axone", a film on four migrants in Delhi, which premiered at the BFI London Film Festival on October 2 and will be shown in India during the forthcoming Jio MAMI Mumbai Film Festival with Star.