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Anuja Chauhan

Anuja Chauhan

The brain behind some of the most memorable ad slogans like Yeh Dil Maange More, Oye Bubbly and Nothing official about it, Anuja Chauhan worked with JWT India for more than 17 years. A best-seller author, screenwriter and an advertising consultant, she is also a Contributing Editor of THE WEEK.

SCHIZO-NATION

Hindus are losing patience!

Uff, got so supremely riled seeing this Giriraj Singh person, union minister for

By Anuja Chauhan November 10, 2018

Siding with ye olde patriarchy

Wow, nice one GOI. Just when we were all wondering where you stood on the vital

By Anuja Chauhan October 28, 2018

#MeToo, conditions apply?

Thank God for Tanushree Dutta. Just when the pressure on us as a society, and

By Anuja Chauhan October 14, 2018

Serena Williams and the lure of the victim card

The Serena Williams-Carlos Ramos-Naomi Osaka triangle has played out on our screens

By Anuja Chauhan September 30, 2018

Predators in sacred spaces

The irony is scalding, shaming and total. Ariana Grande, a successful, empowered

By Anuja Chauhan September 16, 2018

It's not the women, silly

So, apparently, the floods in Kerala are a heavenly intervention, brought down upon

By Anuja Chauhan September 02, 2018

No room for factual journalism

Would you agree that it is kinda lame to google yourself? Like, all the time? Every

By Anuja Chauhan August 19, 2018

Love is the new sword

Seems the Congress has got its big campaign idea for 2019 all figured out—abki baar,

By Anuja Chauhan August 05, 2018

The Tham Luang script

Just as the world was giving up on them, they were discovered, and soon our screens

By Anuja Chauhan July 22, 2018

Bhakt backlash

We hear a lot about the BJP and RSS bhakts—how they are so faithful and so rabid.

By Anuja Chauhan July 08, 2018

Fists of fury

Mohammed Haris Nalapad—a Youth Congress leader and son of a Congress MLA from

By Anuja Chauhan March 04, 2018

Sunny Bengaluru days

So, Shri Narendra Modi came to Bengaluru. The roads were all decked up—there were

By Anuja Chauhan February 18, 2018

Do we know?

Republic Day is here, and I may have written before about how I much I love it. It’s

By Anuja Chauhan February 04, 2018

Abyss of despair

In Slumdog Millionaire (2008), the film that gave us our most recent whiff of Oscar

By Anuja Chauhan January 21, 2018

Grey and proud

For quite a few years now, I’ve been wanting to break the brassy mahogany shackle L’Oréal Paris has on...

By Anuja Chauhan January 07, 2018
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