She is a research scholar at the Department of English, Aligarh Muslim University (AMU). A creative writer, she loves to interview people, personalities and budding writers. She loves to write on nature, social trends, films, television programmes and mundane topics from everyday life. She has earlier worked as an editor for the magazine Imtezaaj (2012-13) and has been writing for various magazines and journals. Being a managing editor for her father’s Urdu quarterly newspaper Andesha, she is fluent in Urdu, Hindi and English.
“There is one great truth on this planet: whoever you are, or whatever it is that you do, when you really want something, it’s because that desire originated ...On July 21, 2016 / By Sana Fatima
Anant Mahadevan’s Gour Hari Dastaan (2015), based on a true story, moves slowly on the screen for 114 minutes. It is possible that the slow narrative is intended ...On June 23, 2016 / By Sana Fatima
Growing up in a liberal Muslim family, seeing my father work with colleagues mostly belonging to other religions, and my spending time and playing with friends who belong ...On June 14, 2016 / By Sana Fatima
“If music be the food of love play on…” Taher Shah rather took to heart, mind and soul, what Duke Orsino of Shakespeare’s play, Twelfth Night once said. ...On May 21, 2016 / By Sana Fatima
It is generally understood that with time, humanity progresses or moves forward, but there are so many precedents to the contrary that this notion seems to have been ...On March 20, 2016 / By Sana Fatima
Ever since Ram Madhvani announced the making of his biopic thriller Neerja, a lost, untold or forgotten tale resurfaced as people Googled ‘Neerja’ and almost everyone knew the ...On February 23, 2016 / By Sana Fatima
If exaggerated dialogues, never-ending songs, overloaded background, sentimental prejudice and unrealistic action have been your definition of Bollywood stuff, then you need to watch Raja Krishna Menon’s directed ...On February 20, 2016 / By Sana Fatima