Sapna Sarfare

With an experience of over 13 years, this Pune-based features writer has experience in covering topics in entertainment, books, music, food and lifestyle. She has worked for varied publications including Citadel, Pune Mirror, Mid-Day and Society.

Stories By Sapna Sarfare

World Book Day 2021: What ails the Indian regional literature translation industry?

World Book Day 2021: What ails the Indian regional literature translation industry?

Given the number of languages in our country, why is the regional literature translation industry in India not scaling greater heights? F...Read More

Success ke side-effects: Are youngsters failing to handle success

Success ke side-effects: Are youngsters failing to handle success

The recent suicide of young wrestler Ritika Phogat has thrown light on youngsters’ inability to handle success or failure. FPJ writer dig...Read More

Zoravar - Book One in the Bollywood Saga review: An interesting, filmy thriller

Zoravar - Book One in the Bollywood Saga review: An interesting, filmy thriller

Zoravar: Book one in the Bollywood Saga by Maharsh Shah is an appealing book if Bollywood, masala movies, thriller and upheavals is somet...Read More

To say or not to say: Learning to be social media sensitive

To say or not to say: Learning to be social media sensitive

The Rashmi Samant episode focused on seemingly innocent social media posts proving to be ‘racist’ and ‘insensitive’. FPJ writer finds if ...Read More

Satyarth Nayak’s Venom is a gripping thriller with a dash of Indian mythology

Satyarth Nayak’s Venom is a gripping thriller with a dash of Indian mythology

This fiction adequately mixes Indian mythology (specifically Mahabharata) and modern crime drama

Feminism and India: Do we really understand the concept?

Feminism and India: Do we really understand the concept?

With Bombay Begums showcasing women’s issues and the views shared about it, one realises feminism is still misunderstood. FPJ writer find...Read More

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Experts share tips for being a good leader and avoid faux pas like Ted Cruz

US Senator Ted Cruz received criticism for failing Texas in the winter storm crisis and his later ‘helping hand’. FPJ writer talks to exp...Read More

International Women's Day 2021: ‘There have been attempts to break me... but those attempts failed,’ says Dr Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO, Wadia Hospitals

International Women's Day 2021: ‘There have been attempts to break me... but those attempts failed,’ says Dr Minnie Bodhanwala, CEO, Wadia Hospitals

Dr Minnie Bodhanwala has made a mark as a medical expert, whilst also successfully leading Wadia Hospitals as CEO. Here, she talks about ...Read More

From Pizzagate to 9/11 Twin Tower Attacks: Here's how to deal conspiracy theories

From Pizzagate to 9/11 Twin Tower Attacks: Here's how to deal conspiracy theories

Conspiracy Theories have come in news, courtesy Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and former US president Donald Trump

From online groups for dietitians to media professionals: How technology is helping people cope in Covid times

From online groups for dietitians to media professionals: How technology is helping people cope in Covid times

With pandemic still creating havoc, technology is throwing up attention-grabbing online groups that are useful in more than one way

Fashion rewind 2020: How pyjamas became our best friends while working from home

Fashion rewind 2020: How pyjamas became our best friends while working from home

With 2021 approaching, FPJ writer recalls trends that defined the pandemic-related lockdown and unlock phase

Excepting defeat: How not to be a sore loser like Donald Trump!

Excepting defeat: How not to be a sore loser like Donald Trump!

With Donald Trump appearing a sore loser in the latest elections, experts suggest ways to deal with them in a mature way

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Halloween special: Why is the horror genre still an underrated one in India?

Come Halloween and all things spooky start ruling our social media feeds. Movie channels & OTT platforms make dedicated horror-fest space...Read More

Coronavirus effect: Pandemic-safe investment planning takes centre-stage

Coronavirus effect: Pandemic-safe investment planning takes centre-stage

With the pandemic creating an economic crisis, FPJ writer finds out investment planning for future such chaos

COVID-19 crisis: Cancer care in lockdown

COVID-19 crisis: Cancer care in lockdown

Actor Sanjay Dutt was recently diagnosed with lung cancer. FPJ writer speaks to the medical fraternity and patients about dealing with th...Read More

Lockdown fashion: Cozy couture takes centrestage as work from home continues

Lockdown fashion: Cozy couture takes centrestage as work from home continues

As work from home continues, many fashionistas are finding ways be comfortable yet look stylish. This brought to the fore cozy couture or...Read More

Ladies, kill it with Kaftan!

Ladies, kill it with Kaftan!

Kaftans are making a comeback, courtesy Malaika Arora and Kareena Kapoor Khan. Sapna Sarfare finds more about this trend for the season a...Read More

O wo'man'iya! Ladies, give your wardrobe a manly twist

O wo'man'iya! Ladies, give your wardrobe a manly twist

The lockdown might have been extended, but don’t let it dampen your spirits. You can give your work-from-home wardrobe a new, stylish spi...Read More

Priyanka Chopra

No skirting the matter: How to rock the season's light-n-easy trend

Samiksha Bajaj, co-founder, Samshék, rightly states that the midi skirts trend has returned from the ’70s.

International Women's Day 2020: Exploring fashion history made by strong, successful women

International Women's Day 2020: Exploring fashion history made by strong, successful women

SAPNA SARFARE explores fashion history made by strong, successful women and also suggestions for dressing like them

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