Today's Paper Archive Classifieds Subscriptions RSS Feeds Site Map ePaper Mobile Apps Social
SEARCH

Books

Updated: January 8, 2014 15:45 IST

Nandini Krishnan

Share  ·   Comment   ·   print   ·  
Nandini Krishnan. Photo: Vinay Aravind
Nandini Krishnan. Photo: Vinay Aravind

Nandini Krishnan is a writer, playwright and stage actor based in Madras, the city she grew up in. After working as a broadcast journalist in London and Delhi, she decided to freelance for print and web media, and focus on her writing. She started off as a humour writer, and now does stand-up comedy. Nandini also reviews books and films for several publications, and writes a weekly current affairs column. Her plays have been shortlisted for The Hindu Metro Plus Playwright Award in the past.

Hitched is her first book, and she is currently working on two novels.

To reserve your complimentary invite SMS: LFL<space>Name, Age to 53030

Visit the new website: www.thehindulfl.com

Like us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheHinduLitForLife

Follow us on Twitter @hindulitforlife

YouTube: www.thne.ws/playlist-lfl

Title Sponsor: House of Hiranandani; Powered By: VIT University; Associate Sponsor: Shriram Chits; Health Insurance Partner: Star Health Insurance; Official Banking Partner: IDBI; Hospitality Partner: The Leela Palace, Chennai; Official Bookstore Partner: Starmark; Session Sponsors: Sa Re Ga Ma; MIOT Hospitals; NTL Event Manager: Aura.

More In: Books | Chennai | Arts
This article is closed for comments.
Please Email the Editor

Amandeep Sandhu, Manjul Bajaj, Manu Joseph and Sonora Jha read from their novels that were shortlisted for The Hindu Prize for Fiction 2013. Ziya Us Salam introduces them and moderates the session. <... »

Jaipur Literature Festival

More Jaipur Literature Festival » More »

Social


Please remember to logout of facebook after you complete this session.

O
P
E
N

close

Recent Article in Books

A story on wheels: Divya Jain says the book is a celebration of trucking. Photo: K. Gopinathan

A tribute to the trucking spirit

We often forget that trucks play a vital part of our lifestyle. Horn Please – Trucking in India attempts to connect us with the picturesque existence of trucks »