VJ Paloma definitely needs no introduction, having been on the scene for some time now. Viewers, especially the young brigade, will no doubt, be thrilled to renew their acquaintance with this feisty, good looking and extremely popular VJ on Channel UFX.
The 'multi-talented tag'™ fits her easily. She played the bass guitar for an all girl band called 1:18 and did a lot of theatre mostly musicals. Paloma is a graceful dancer as well, quite at home with ballet as with the other dance forms like Jive, Cha Cha Cha, Tango and Salsa, to name a few. Dance, she maintains, is her passion and perhaps the key to her supple figure. Extremely witty and well read, she writes a column for a popular local newspaper, providing readers with a healthy dose of fashion, gossip, entertainment and whatnot.
The only imperfection, if it could be said as much, is that Paloma is a perfectionist. God help all those who try to thwart her well-laid plans! She prefers it when things are firmly under her control and hates mess, disorder and chaos. Very much like the character 'Monica' ™ portrayed in the hit serial Friends, which was very popular back then - a comparison that brings a smile to her face.
For the moment, Paloma has set her heart on television though she is certainly not going to look a gift horse in the mouth if she is offered a plum film role. In fact, a small role in the hit movie `Unnale Unnale' got her a lot of recognition.
That she is a celebrity, there is little doubt. And she prefers to cash in on this image for an altruistic purpose. She supports causes like children's education and believes in 'art for change' and feels that public figures should leverage their fame and wealth to help the less fortunate.
To a question whether there has been any significant change in her career from the time she started out as a VJ, she replies cheekily, "Well, it's just that I've gotten a bit more famous now!"