Women in Print: Neha Sunil Yajnik

Neha Sunil Yajnik, general manager, Jin Graphic which is a distributor for graphic art films and consumables for the print industry. She is fond of Indian classical music and she believes in “live life king size.”

08 Mar 2014 | By PrintWeek India

Why did you get into printing? 
It’s the best form of art.
What would be your dream job? 
To be my own boss.
Who would play you in a movie about your life? 
Vidya Balan.
What is your dream bit of kit?
Canon PowerShot. 
What is your favourite film?
Chalti Ka Naam Gaadi.
Who or what do you hate the most? 
Reminder calls for due payments.
What is your favourite phrase or saying? 
Live life king size.
What is your greatest ambition? 
To have a fat bank balance.
What piece of kit would you like to see invented? 
A single remote operating on every gadget, at home as well as at the workplace.
Where would you like to be right now?
What’s your worst fashion disaster? 
Orange shirt and pink trouser.
Which superpower would you like to have? 
The power which can make everyone happy.
What was your childhood obsession?
To own a car.
Life is…
Full of challenges where the good experiences make you confident and the bad ones make you human.