Women in Print: Sunita Jamdade

Sunita Jamdade is the owner of Ankita Screen, a screen printing unit in Satara. Besides this, she is engaged with the social welfare of woman and children. She is married and enjoys reading and travelling.

08 Mar 2014 | By PrintWeek India

Why did you get into printing? 

I always liked technical work.
Who would play you in a movie? Madhuri Dixit.
What is your dream bit of kit? NanoPrint and UV kit.
What would you most like to print? Stickers, invitation cards and innovative jobs.
What is your favourite film?
Sarfarosh with Aamir Khan.
What is your favourite TV serial?
Jhansi Ki Rani on Zee TV.
Who or what do you hate the most?
Torture on women.
Who do you admire most in the industry?
Raju Rathod, he is manufacturer of aluminium utensils. 
What is your favourite phrase or saying?
Marathi proverb, Prayatnanti Parmeshwar (Try, try until you succeed)
What is your greatest luxury in life?
Being with my family.
Where would you like to be right now?
Jammu and Kashmir.
Which superpower would you like to have?
To stop the maltreatment against women and children.
Who would be your favourite party guests?
Those who love me the most.
What was your childhood obsession?
To become a PSI.
How would you like to be remembered?
Adarsh Mahila (ideal woman).
Life is…
No gain without pain.

(This Feature appeared in the 16 July 2010 PrintWeek India issue)