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How is shobha de as a writer?

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Asked by Anurag Dhingra, 09 Aug '10 05:37 am
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Shobha De is an eminent Indian novelist, who is often known as India's Jackie Collins. She was born as Shobha Rajadhyaksha to the Saraswat Brahmin family of Maharashtra on the January 7, 1947. She completed her graduation from St. Xavier's College, Mumbai and obtained degree in Psychology. In this article, we will present you with the biography of Shobha De, a well known Indian writer.!!
In the beginning of her career, she worked as a model and made a name for herself. Thereafter, she thought of changing her profession. Then, she pursued her career in Journalism. She brought out three magazines namely Stardust, Society, and Celebrity. Presently, she is working as a freelance writer for a couple of newspapers and magazines.
Answered by Oberoi, 09 Aug '10 07:19 am

 
  
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By writing with the help of a pen................
Answered by Swathi Bhagwath, 09 Aug '10 03:14 pm

 
  
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Hi,
Shobha De is a name synonymous of the phrase 'the bold and the beautiful'.Her novels and short stories have been in the limelight for their openness and startling revelation of the life of upper middle class India.She is individualistic and striking(both physically and in her works).
Shobha De has intricately portrayed the complicated nature of human relationships in many of her books.Her lead characters(mainly women) are both strong and naive at the same time.She is a novice in relating womens' issues and female heart relationships.
I have read her collection of short stories 'SMALL BETRAYALS' and 'SPOUSE'.
Spouse is an interesting read for the married and for those who consider marriage.She does not lay down any hard and fast rules for the success of marriage but she emphasizes the importance and sanctity of the institution.
Her biography ' SELECTIVE MEMORY' is a collection of stories from her life and will give you a better insight into the life of one of the contemporary w ...more
Answered by Shamidha Hameed, 09 Aug '10 01:43 pm

 
  
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Eminent
Answered by dhanendra kumar jain, 09 Aug '10 10:22 am

 
  
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She is a gossip columinst mix English with Hindi words She has gained popularity ,authored few books her product are market oriented and for light reading not for a serious reader who wants to acquire knowledge.
Answered by samson aseervatham, 09 Aug '10 10:20 am

 
  
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A feminist, she supported equality between genders. In her column she used to explore the socialite life in Bombay and many of the hypocrisies of the celebrities. At present, she is a freelance writer and columnist for several newspapers and magazines. She lives with her second husband, Dilip De and their six children, in Cuffe Parade, Mumbai.
Answered by venkatesaldevarajan, 09 Aug '10 06:40 am

 
  
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Shobha de....?
Answered by Kaiya, 09 Aug '10 05:44 am

 
  
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