Film maker and screenwriter Shikha Makan is a prominent ad- film director in Indian advertising. Her latest feature length documentary 'Bachelor Girls', is being critically acclaimed as an important film of our times, questioning the idea of freedom for single women, in wake of housing discrimination faced by them in today's modern India. A Masters in Psychology from Delhi University, once jockeying on FM radio, Shikha's versatile skills in unfolding human stories extend from film making to street photography & travel writing. Her short experimental film 'Linger' was part of the festival circuit in 2011. She is also an alumni of Japan Foundation's JENESYS programme, hosted by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs, Japan.

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I am breaking your mold of how a woman should be

- Economic Times Brand Equity

Shikha Makan - Interview of the week

- Platform Magazine

Society is Scared of Independent women' - film maker, 'Bachelor Girls'

- Indian Express