An award-winning journalist, Anu Singh Choudhary is an author, translator and screenwriter. Other than translating over 20 books into Hindi, including authors such as Namita Gokhale, Perumal Murugan and Paulo Coelho, shebhas also written Neela Scarf, anthology of short stories), the memoir Mamma Ki Diary and the novel Bhali Ladkiyaan, Buri Ladkiyaan. She writes across multiple mediums, and is now also known as the co-writer of blockbuster series Aarya, one of the most watched Indian shows of 2020.
Anukrti Upadhyay and Anu Singh Choudhary in conversation
Anukrti Upadhyay – critically-acclaimed author of 'Daura', 'Bhaunri' and 'Japani Sarai' – is that rarest of writers, working with equal ease across languages, including Hindi and English. She speaks with celebrated author and screenwriter Anu Singh Choudhary, who too writes widely in Hindi and English, about what it means to work, imagine, and create through different languages and mediums. They also discuss Anukrti's new English novel 'Kintsugi', set between Jaipur and Japan as well as the mega-successful web series 'Aarya' co-written by Anu Singh Choudhary.