Women in Print: Shweta Budukh

Shweta Budukh, at the age of 24, is the production planner at Orient Press in Mumbai in the scratch card and smart card division.

08 Mar 2014 | By PrintWeek India

Why did you get into printing?
I was always interested in technical equipment, but electronic and IT engineering were not my cup of tea.

What would be your dream job?
Anything which will foster my printing and graphic design abilities.

Who would play you in a movie about your life?
Konkana Sen Sharma.

What would you most like to print?
All security printing items.

Who or what do you hate the most?
Arrogant people.

What is your favourite phrase or saying?
“Wouldn’t it be boring to be lucky all the time.”

What is your greatest luxury in life?
Spending time with loved ones.

Who or what makes you laugh?
When marketing executives start arguing without technical knowledge.

Where would you like to be right now?
In a digital printing world.

Which superpower would you like to have?
A power to make all under-privileged children happy.

How would you like to be remembered?
As the one who did something productive for printing growth in India.

Life is…
A series of adventures, some good, some bad.

(This Feature appeared in the 6 November 2009 PrintWeek India issue)