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Priyanka Sinha Jha
File:Priyanka Sinha Jha New Close-up.jpg
BornPatna, Bihar, India
EducationSymbiosis Institute Of Media and Communication, Pune

Miranda House, Delhi

Delhi Public School, R. K. Puram

Loretto Convent, Asansol, West Bengal
OccupationAuthor, Editor, Journalist, Digital Video Presenter and Moderator
Spouse(s)Piyush Jha
Websitetalkietive.in

Priyanka Sinha Jha, is a journalist, editor, author and digital media presenter and moderator specializing in lifestyle and Bollywood content.[1]

Early life and background[edit | edit source]

After finishing her PG in Journalism, Priyanka began her career as a correspondent at Citadel, Pune (a city magazine)[2], shortly thereafter she moved to Mumbai to work as a correspondent at The Asian Age (a national daily). She did a short stint with Intelligent Investor/Outlook Money (a personal finance magazine) in Delhi. Soon she returned to Mumbai to join Society (magazine) (a national celebrity magazine) as the senior correspondent. She was appointed Editor of Society Magazine at 26. She moved to take on the Editorship of HT Style (a daily lifestyle supplement) and HT Saturday (now called HT Café) the Saturday edition of The Hindustan Times.[3]

Career[edit | edit source]

In a career spanning over 15 years, she has written on various subjects such as entertainment, art, business, crime, trends and celebrities and their lifestyles. She is among the few editors who have had the experience of editing and writing for magazines and newspapers and online websites on varied subjects.

In her capacity as the Editor of Screen[4], India's oldest and only film and entertainment broadsheet/tabloid-style magazine, Priyanka has been the architect of a number of key event initiatives at Screen, such as Screen Big Picture (panel discussions among industry bigwigs about trends in Bollywood)[5], Screen Chatroom (Q &A sessions with leading film stars) and Screen Preview (interactions with the director and the principal cast of an upcoming film).[6] Priyanka Sinha Jha' is also in charge of the curating and instituting the Jury for the awards selection procedure, and also for organizing and overseeing the functioning of the awards process for the annual Star Screen Awards (considered the most fair-minded and credible film awards, headed by an impartial film-industry jury).[7][8]

To expand the scope and influence of the Star Screen Awards, in 2010, Priyanka also introduced the Screen Academy, a selection academy that comprises leading names from the film industry as its members, and acts as a selection committee for award nominees.

She has written popular columns for publications such as Rough Cut (Screen), Hear & Now (H T Style) and Point of View (Society), PlayReel (Indian Express-Play) in addition to contributing to publications such as HT Brunch,[9] thewire.in[10], Lokmat Times[11], Outlook Magazine, Tehelka and, The Week[12]

She also regularly moderates live-discussions at events or for special occasions. She has moderated discussions on Bollywood celebrities and trends for Jet Wings magazine, Pune International Literature Festival[13], Kumaon Literature Festival[14], as well as Co-hosted Express Adda for the Express group[15]. In September 2018, she moderated a panel discussion at the India Web Fest organized by IWMBuzz where Biswapati Sarkar, Anand Tiwari, Nimisha Pandey, Chintan Ruparel, Pinakin Thakkar and Monika Shergill were the speakers.[16]

Priyanka was honored with the Young Communicator Award by the ISB&M School of Communication (Pune) for her contribution to journalism and was also featured in a Doordarshan show which felicitated Women Achievers.[17]

Priyanka has also founded an entertainment blogazine, talkietive.in[18] where she writes about popular trends in Bollywood films, pop culture, and the arts.

Priyanka also conducts a Digital-Video Interview series called Expresso on indianexpress.com[19]

Personal life[edit | edit source]

Priyanka Sinha Jha is married to film-maker and author, Piyush Jha. They live in Mumbai.[20]

Bibliography[edit | edit source]

Priyanka has also written a self-help book based on her experiences in Bollywood, Supertraits of Superstars[21]. In this book, Priyanka looks at eleven luminaries from Bollywood, and the attribute that is perhaps most responsible for their success. She details their stories, their struggles, their efforts to overcome setbacks, and what it is about them that made them not just reach the top of their game but stay there. Be it Amitabh Bachchan’s discipline, Aamir Khan’s perfectionist nature, Salman Khan’s generosity, John Abraham’s enterprise or Aishwarya Rai Bachchan’s grace—each star has one unique quality that others can imbibe to reach greater heights in their own lives.[22]

External links[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "Expresso Season 2, Episode 9: It's exciting to know that you are loved so much, says Mithila Palkar". The Indian Express. 30 July 2018.
  2. "In Conversation with Author Priyanka Sinha Jha - The Punekar". The Punekar. 23 September 2016.
  3. "Express Group". expressgroup.indianexpress.com.
  4. "Screen (magazine)". Wikipedia. 18 July 2018.
  5. "Times have changed for the Bollywood heroine". The Indian Express. 10 October 2014.
  6. "Express Group". expressgroup.indianexpress.com.
  7. "Screen Awards 2014: The stage is set". The Indian Express. 9 January 2014.
  8. "Star Screen Awards 2017: Rajkummar Rao, Irrfan Khan's win proves Bollywood is finally appreciating talent. Here is the complete list of winners". The Indian Express. 4 December 2017.
  9. "'The Lunchbox' director Ritesh Batra's latest film with Robert Redford puts him in the big league". https://www.hindustantimes.com/. 30 September 2017. External link in |work= (help)
  10. "Producers Attack the Censor Board to get Publicity for their Films: Pahlaj Nihalani". The Wire.
  11. "LOKMAT E-Paper".
  12. "The sparkle that stayed". theweek.in.
  13. "A strong voice will be heard, no matter what". www.sakaltimes.com.
  14. "Kumaon Literary Festival". kumaonliteraryfestival.org.
  15. "Express Adda – The Indian Express". expressexpress1.rssing.com.
  16. "Priyanka Sinha Jha - India Web Fest". India Web Fest.
  17. "Express Group". expressgroup.indianexpress.com.
  18. "Talking talkies". afternoondc.in.
  19. "Expresso Season 2: I've always worked on my own terms, says Aishwarya Rai Bachchan". The Indian Express. 16 August 2018.
  20. "Piyush Jha". Wikipedia. 17 August 2018.
  21. "Big B unveils Priyanka Jha's debut book". India Today.
  22. "There are no filters to sift the well informed opinion: Priyanka Sinha". www.sakaltimes.com.


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