Who would have thought that a girl at the infancy of her acting career would get to work with Hollywood biggies like Tom Holland, Zendaya, and Jake Gyllenhaal. But that’s Zoha Rahman for you. A British-Pakistani actor who broke into the white industry, with a glorious film debut in Spider-Man: Far From Home. The young starlet who has been smashing stereotypes with each of her appearances, has become a champion of inclusivity and diversity. But getting to where she is, has been a long journey for Rahman. For someone who began working in commercials, this global Pakistani took a leap of faith into filmdom and in no time has become a breakout star. Zoha Rahman joins MAG for a quick and fun rapid fire. Here are 60 seconds from her life. Excerpts:

What do you first notice about someone when you meet them?

Their energy and how nice they are to those around them.

If you could make a documentary about anything what would it be?

How the education system fails our young girls, and how every society can benefit from empowering women.

Television show you’ve binged on recently?

Ted Lasso and Parizaad!

Trend you would like to see disappear forever?

Skin whitening products and coloured lenses, people need to learn to love the skin they’re in.

Favourite fashion trend of all time?

Lounge wear! What’s better than being in my PJs and for it to be considered ‘cool’!

What’s your idea of a perfect day?

A big breakfast and Disney movie in bed, then some time outside in the sun like a walk or a cycle ride. Pasta cooked by my husband (he makes it from scratch and it’s incredible!). Then a good book to get lost in till I fall asleep.

If you could have one super power, what would it be?

Teleportation! I travel so much I’d love to get to places in a second.

What’s your favourite beverage?

Water, at room temperature.

What’s heavily played on your music playlist right now?

I’m obsessed with Coke Studio’s Tu Jhoom and Kana Yaari!

How do you manage stress?

Take a step back, breathe, and make a realistic strategy to get to the root of the stress and untangle it.