Women in Print: Amruta Kale

Amruta Kale is currently working as the technical sales support for Fujifilm, Mumbai. She enjoys listening to music, trekking and travelling. She is also a great admirer of Indira Gandhi.

08 Mar 2014 | By PrintWeek India

Why did you get into printing?
I wanted to make a career that has  creativity and a whole lot of new things to learn each day. Printing gives me all these opportunities. 
What is your favourite T V programme?
Kaun Banega Crorepati.
What do you dislike the most?
Breaking commitments and promises. 
Who do you admire the most in the industry?
Padmakar Ojale, general manager, Fujifilm.
What was your childhood obsession?
Outdoors, I just liked staying out of my home.
What is your greatest ambition?
To be among the best in this industry and in the process keep my family name flying high.
What makes you laugh?
When I am with my friends; I laugh a lot. 
What is your favourite film? 
Harry Potter.
Who would be your favourite party guest?
Again, it would be Harry Potter.
Who would you like to be stuck with in a desert island?
With my friends; would want to live my last days laughing out loud.
What is your greatest fear?
Not come across anything as such till date.
Life is…
About the joy and sorrows with friends and family.

(This Feature appeared in the 27 January 2012 issue of PrintWeek India)