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A recognized name in the theatre and film industry, Dolly Thakore has been one of India’s leading newscasters and television hosts. She has been actively involved in social work through organisations like Citizens for PEACE, Laadli etc. (more…)
Jithin C Nedumala
Having spent 24 years of his life in Kerala, Jithin saw the various stages in the life of a child and what shaped it, and was able to identify the inequalities faced by them in their everyday life. His organization MAD, which he co-founded, today touches the lives of more than 5000 children with around 3300 volunteers nationwide. (more…)
Manish Mundra is an Indian film producer, philanthropist and businessman. He is the founder and head of Drishyam Films, and Managing Director of Indorama Eleme Petrochemicals Limited. He has produced several films, such as Ankhon Dekhi, Masaan, Umrika, Dhanak and Waiting, (more…)
Rajeshwari Sachdev is an Indian actress from Mumbai who started her career on stage doing plays with IPTA. She has worked as an actor in Hindi, English, Marathi and Punjabi cinema and is best known for her role in Shyam Benegal’s film Sardari Begum (1996), for which she won the 1997 National Film Award for Best Supporting Actress. In addition to this, (more…)
Joseph Radhik is one of India’s most celebrated wedding photographers, known for his breathtaking imagery and mastery of the craft. A first place Winner at the International Photography Awards (New York) 2015, ranked in the (more…)
Gautam Bhimani made his commentary debut at the Adelaide Oval in 2003-04 alongside Sunil Gavaskar, Geoffrey Boycott, Greg Chappell, Harsha Bhogle and Ravi Shastri. He has played multiple roles like copywriter, radio jockey, radio commentator, DJ and is the author of the engaging travel book ‘Reverse Sweep’. (more…)
Anu Menon did Masters in Drama in London and moved to Bombay to pursue her first love – the stage. For 8 years she was better known as her alter-ego VJ Lola Kutty on Channel V. Her stage credits include Lillete Dubey’s Sammy, Raell Padamsee’s Noises Off, Divya Palat’s A Personal War (that won at the Edinburgh Theatre festival) (more…)
Antara Telang is a 25 year-old Content Director at an e-learning startup called LaughGuru, based in Mumbai. She is the proud owner three social media accounts, two shades of lipstick, and one point five legs. Hobbies include bashing popular opinion, leaving feminist comments on Facebook posts, and petting strangers’ dogs.
Manish Advani is the head of Marketing & Public Relations for Mahindra SSG with a focus on cause and Green Marketing which goes in line with his interests in the area of Sustainability. He has won several notable awards during his journey, like the Microsoft Presidents award and the Mega Corporate Film Festival Award. (more…)
Milee Ashwarya is the Editor in Chief for Commercial and Business books at Penguin Random House India. In her decade long career in publishing, she has been responsible for establishing and spearheading the local publishing list first at Random House India and now at Penguin Random House India the latest being The Unsuitable Boy by Karan Johar. (more…)
Dalip Tahil is a renowned Indian film, television and theatre actor. He has appeared in more than 100 Bollywood movies by starting his acting career in 1974 with a very successful movie, Ankur. In 1980 Ramesh Sippy offered him the role of a villain in his epic production Shaan. This was followed by a cameo in Sir Richard Attenborough’s Gandhi in 1982 (more…)
Pamposh Bhat is a New Delhi-based environmentalist, climate change expert and award winning writer. Bhat has been awarded the prestigious Rajbhasha Award for Poetry in 1995 for her work “Kshitij Ki Khoj Mein”. Active in public life, she serves as the chairperson of the board of trustees for Jwala, a civil society group that seeks to promote renewable energy, (more…)
A renowned social activist and a prolific academician, Dr. Ranjana Kumari is the Director of Centre for Social Research as well as Chairperson of Women Power Connect. She has dedicated her life to empowering women across the South Asia region, and is also a prolific writer of many well‐known publications. Her foray into social work was (more…)