Sujata Sahoo


About Sujata Sahoo

Misguided (oxy)moron who has her heart in the right place.



Everyone has been a new kid (or adult) sometime in their life. So everyone would be familiar with that nervous feeling when one is in a new place and alien surroundings, slowly settling in, trying to make friends. And later becoming so well adjusted that it’d be hard to believe […]

The New Kid – Kanika G








Karan Johar is always in the eye of a storm. Everything he does, or doesn’t do, somehow becomes news. Controversies seem to follow him like the kids following the Pied Piper of Hamelin. An Unsuitable Boy is Karan’s way of setting the record straight. His image on Koffee with Karan […]

An Unsuitable Boy – Karan Johar




Akriti is in the eleventh standard. She studies in Chennai International Public School. She loves sketching and listening to music. She isn’t all that bothered about her studies, always nodding off in class and barely managing to pass. She hates her younger brother Ranjith, a do gooder and teacher’s pet. […]

Unbroken – Nandhika Nambi


Teenage is an especially tumultuous time when world views are being formed and personalities are being shaped. At this juncture in life, when one is unsure about everything, and the self is being formed, any kind of abuse can cause terrible damage to the psyche of a person having far […]

Black Limericks – Ranjit Lal





Childhood is a gift and should be cherished before the raging hormones of teenage make their appearance and the daily drudgery of adulthood sets in. School days, people say, are the best days of their lives. Zainab Sulaiman’s Simply Nanju reminds you of that. 10-year-old Nanjegowda, fondly known as Nanju, has […]

Simply Nanju – Zainab Sulaiman