Women in Print: Pooja Pimpodkar

Pooja Pimpodkar is manager communication at the sprawling Bobst unit near Pune. She loves movies, music and lazing around in her spare time.

08 Mar 2014 | By PrintWeek India

Why did you get into printing? 
Luck by chance.
What would be your dream job? 
Being the CEO of my own firm.
Who would play you in a movie about your life?  
Nandita Das.
What would you most like to print? 
The British pound.
What is your favourite TV programme? 
‘Heavy Petting’ on NDTV Good Times. 
Who or what do you hate the most? 
What is your favourite phrase or saying? 
‘Nobody can make you happy except YOU yourself’.
What is the strangest job you’ve ever done? 
Cleaned my previous office after the tap leaked. Everything was floating in water including my boss’ temper.
Who would you like to be stuck on a desert island with? 
John Abraham.
What’s your greatest fear? 
What piece of kit would you like to see invented? 
Non polluting vehicles.
Which superpower would you like to have? 
To read others mind. 
What is the worst kind of print? 
My savings account statement.
Life is…


(This Feature appeared in the 26 February 2010 PrintWeek India issue)