I AM... Amrita Acharia 1 min I AM... Amrita Acharia 1 min Inside the world of Game Of Thrones and The Good Karma Hospital actress Amrita Acharia Added on 31.01.17 Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Email LinkedIn Inside the world of Game Of Thrones and The Good Karma Hospital actress Amrita Acharia I am going... beyond myself, hopefully. I'm not sure where that is but I'm hoping it will be exciting. Physically I'm going to spend time with my family because I've not really seen them that much. I am loving... motorbikes, especially Royal Enfields because I've been wanting to ride one ever since I was little. I'm not good but I'm really enthusiastic and I really love the adrenaline rush. I'm hoping that I can get my act together and learn how to navigate a roundabout and have some spacial awareness and test for my licence this year. I am reading... In Cold Blood by Truman Capote. It deals with really dark depths of the human psyche which I find really fascinating and get engrossed in. I am eating... a lot of Dishoom at the moment. I think it's because I've been filming in Sri Lanka for so long, I just got so obsessed with it. My favourites there are the okra fries and the kala khatta sharbat, which really takes me back to my childhood in Nepal. I am wearing... outrageous amounts of leopard print. I spend a lot of my time at the gym and it's great on the treadmill or punching a punch bag. The gym is high up on my list of good feelings because of the sense of achievement and the high that you get afterwards. I am using... a new pair of Bell'o wireless headphones. They're amazing because I've had enough of wires – they they fit really well and the bass is so good as well. I am trying... to do pull ups. I like the idea of having a challenge so this year I'm focusing on training to do pull ups. I ran the London Marathon last year for a charity called Pahar Trust, which build schools in the poorest parts of Nepal, and I found a respect for what my body is capable of when it's under pressure. I'm trying to get back in that frame of mind. I am excited... about the unexpected. It's to do with the way I've been brought up with all my things in boxes and suitcases. I'm keeping myself open to anything that might come my way. You never know where life is going to take you. The Good Karma Hospital starts on February 5 at 9pm on ITV.