An unforgettable place you travelled to last year?
Konkona: I had a baby, I travelled to the land of pain! So let's just say the maternity ward was that unforgettable place.
Rahul: I went to Kashmir where I sponsor scholarships for students. Some of the places, like Ganderbal and Bandipora, are out-of-the-world beautiful.
An indulgence you would not want to miss?
Konkona: Oh no, there are so many! But if I have to choose, I would say it's a blow-dry. But you know what, these days even that doesn't matter!
Rahul: A sports massage. A full-on deep-tissue hard massage complete with reflexology.
Your latest discovery?
Konkona: The half sari. I like it! It's so convenient.
Rahul: Cherrapunjee. It is the most unbelievably beautiful place I have ever seen. I definitely want to come back....
The last meal that had you wanting more?
Konkona: A home-made meal when we were invited for dinner by a very nice family in Shillong. Pork, rice, chicken...
Rahul: It was such a great meal! The salad, the chutney, all the flavours were amazing...
Last movie you watched on the big screen?
Konkona: Vicky Donor.
Rahul: I don't remember what I saw on-screen last, but I did see Gangs of Wasseypur in the edit suite of Anurag Kashyap. And I loved it!
Music you are currently hooked to?
Konkona: Laura Marling. I really like her.
Rahul: Madeleine Peyroux. She's amazing.
Staples in your wardrobe?
Konkona: I like to wear different kinds of pyjamas. I can live in flared pants and I don't know how people wear skinny jeans all the time!
Rahul: Shorts, shorts and more shorts. Trousers are only for very formal dos.
Staples in your fridge?
Konkona: Cheese. Any and every kind!
Rahul: Häagen-Dazs Belgian Chocolate ice cream.
What are you eyeing next?
Konkona: Sleep. I haven't slept 12 hours straight in the last two years. And I used to!
Rahul: A 20km run at the end of next week.
Does it tire you to constantly hear how amazing you are as an actor?
Konkona: No, never!
Rahul: Not at all. One day it will all go away and it will be missed so badly!
His Twitter profile says, "It's really quite simple. O2 in, CO2 out"
"Living is really that simple, isn't it? No matter how great you are, everyone breathes in the same oxygen and breathes out the same carbon dioxide, so no one should think they are bigger than anyone else! This is my way of reality check!"
Her Twitter profile says she is a "reckless retweeter"
"That's right, I recklessly retweet. Whatever I find funny or interesting, I RT. Some people tell me that their follower list shoots up as soon as I do!"
"This is our fourth film together. In the first film (Mr. and Mrs. Iyer), we played strangers who fell in love. In the second (15 Park Avenue) we played lovers engaged to be married, in the third (Dil Kabaddi) we played a married couple dying to get divorced and now in the fourth (Shesher Kobita), we are playing lovers again." — Rahul Bose
"They share a certain chemistry that goes on between them. I can't put a finger on what it is but this pairing has a certain something. They are good friends so there is a different level of cooperation with each other and that keeps other problems away!"— Suman Mukhopadhyay, director of Shesher Kobita
"If this interview was done two years ago, ALL my answers would have been different. I am in such a different state of mind right now!"— Konkona Sensharma