1. Tell us a little about and your story.
Born in India, brought up in the Middle east. Travelled to different parts of the world. As always been a foodie, picked up different food cultures, and learnt different cuisines.
2. What achievement are you most proud of?
After completing my Masters, I always had a dream to start a venture on my name. And cooking being my passion what else would be better than a food business.
3. What’s been your biggest challenge as a woman?
Being a woman has never been easy as you have to face many challenges and have a major responsibility of your family always on your shoulders. Especially when you are a mother, you always feel your kids are your first priority.
4. The 2021 theme for IWD is #ChooseToChallenge – have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’ve experienced gender bias and inequality?
Nowadays I don’t feel there is gender inequality as there is more awareness.
5. What advice do you have for other women who want to turn their passion into a business?
For all the women out there who want to turn their passion into business- “Never give up, stay strong and never hesitate to take risk…as you always learn from your failures”
6. Two women that inspired you?
My Mum who served all her life for the underprivileged.
My Aunty Dr. Anees- She’s independant, soft natured and beautiful.