filmmaker, writer, columnist
Paromita Vohra is a filmmaker and writer whose work focuses on gender, feminism, urban life, love, desire and popular culture and spans many forms including documentary, fiction, print, video and sound installation.
Her films include the path-breaking Unlimited Girls and Q2P as well as Partners in Crime, Morality TV and the Loving Jehad, Where’ Sandra, Cosmopolis:Two Tales of A City and A Woman’s Place. She recently directed the cutting-edge prime time TV series Connected Hum Tum.
She has written the internationally released Pakistani film Khamosh Pani (Silent Waters) and several documentaries. Her writing has been published in various anthologies including Bombay Meri Jaan:Writings on Mumbai, The Tranquebar Book of Indian Erotica, The Penguin Book of Schooldays, Defending Our Dreams and First Proof and journals, including Signs, South Asian Journal of Popular Culture, Bioscope. Tehelka, Elle, Outlook, Vogue, India Today and Yahoo Originals.
She writes popular weekly columns in Sunday Mid-day and Mumbai Mirror and is currently working on Agents of Ishq a multi-media, digital project about sex, love and desire.