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Dreams don’t have to die

How a Silicon Valley techie became a filmmaker

Courtesy: Archita Mandal

I was in a professional blackhole when a friend first introduced me to Archita Mandal a couple years ago. Here I was, in a great personal space — I was pregnant with my second — but inextricably ensnared in the routine of a stay-at-home with a Masters. And here was Ms. Mandal, barely six months after delivering her second, putting in place a…

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Snigdha Sen

Snigdha Sen

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