Campaign India Team
Feb 26, 2016

Things They Like: Anupam Mishra

The director of Crazy Few Films on his love for Apple products, dream car and a trip to the South of France

Things They Like: Anupam Mishra
Like a lot in adland, Anupam Mishra has been an ‘Apple person’ for a while now, and his armoury consists of an iPhone 6 and a Mac. Although he isn't much into gadgets, a portable speaker from Harman Kardon and his headphones from the same brand, do follow him around. He says the headphones come in pretty handy during shoots. 
 
His attire at shoots is casual sportswear. The latest obsession of his is a pair of tracks that look like denims, and he heads to Decathlon to get the same. He pairs them with a sweatshirt or hoody. If not at a shoot, he's normally in linens, which could be either from Cotton World, UCB or stitched to his liking. 
 
When it comes to perfumes, he's most likely to wear CK's One or Davidff's Cool Water. The sunglasses range consists of Carrera and Ermenegildo Zegna. Mishra confesses he took forever to buy the latter, with great research involved. On the wrist is a Tissot T-Touch.  
 
When it comes to shoes, he's obsessed about brown bruges. Wherever he goes, he looks for them. He currently owns four pairs, all of the same shape, with a slight variation in colour. There's no brand preference here. 
 
In the garage is a Volkswagen Jetta. The dream car is an Aston Martin.
When it comes to holidaying, he loves Udaipur, which which happens to be wife’s hometown. Otherwise, he's fascinated with beaches and hopes to make a visit to the South of France by April.
 
(Images used are representational.)
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