It is highly variable because it’s often down to the interviewers. In general, know your resume and be prepared to talk about everything you listed, know the company and position if you applied for the position, and prepare a few questions yourself for the position and the company.
Interview are often a confirmation that you are who you presented to them on paper, so be prepared to be that person. Some interviewer veer more into the technical aspects because they are engineers, some are more interested in your work experience, high level knowledge and communication skill because they are project managers. It could go in different direction, but ultimately they want to know about you, so answer as honestly as you can and sound as natural as you can.
Try to lead the conversation to your skills and qualifications. If they ask you Angular questions but all you know is react, tell them what you do know about React and Angular and how your react experience can quickly translate into another front-end framework.
The cliché questions probably won’t impact you too much as long as you don’t respond with something overtly alarming. Be prepared to answer the job related questions and just give succinct and honest answers for the cliché “personality” questions.