When an interviewer asks, “Any questions from your side?”. The answer should never be a no. You can even say could you allow me a min to frame a question.
What questions you should ask comes from practice and depends upon how well you read the interviewer plus what position you have applied for. Just a tip there, instead of bluntly asking how well I have performed, you can even ask what type of candidate are you looking for or what are the most important use cases you would analytics to bring about. Then trace the answer to the answers you have given, and you know why you’d be accepted or rejected as a candidate.