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Natasha Malpani Oswal launches her debut poetry book – Boundless

Natasha Malpani Oswal launches her debut poetry book – Boundless

A powerfully honest and vulnerable collection of poems that encourage a young India to find its own voice and identity.

Mumbai: Millennial businesswoman, Natasha Malpani Oswal, currently leading Dice Media, a fast-growing digital media startup in Mumbai, launched her debut poetry book, Boundless, in the city.

Producer Ekta Kapoor and Bollywood superstar Sushant Singh Rajput graced the book launch with their presence and unveiled the book Boundless.

The evening also witnessed an intriguing conversation between the author, producer and actor, as they discussed the importance of taking the time to discover yourself. Boundless is an evocative collection of poems, which tell the author’s own journey of self-exploration and discovery in verse. The author has transitioned from being an immunologist to investor to producer, studied at some of the world’s premier institutions and lived in four different countries over the past decade. She has beautifully captured her exploration of the idea of home, belonging and identity, making it a truly experiential read that is bound to inspire many.

Through her words, Natasha intends to encourage a young India to find its own voice. Natasha Malpani Oswal strongly believes each of us has the power to shape our own lives and that the most important adventure of our lives is discovering who we really are.

Speaking about the book, Natasha Malpani Oswal said, “I hope the honesty and rawness of the poetry resonates with every reader. I believe that each of us has the power to design our own lives. The time is now.”

Expressing her love for the written word, Ekta said, “I have been multitasking as a single mother and I think poetry is a survival strategy for me and I love it. Because there are times when you need poetry to survive at lot of moments in life, it has philosophy, depth and sometimes it’s boundless….”

Commenting on the theme of the poetry, Sushant Singh Rajput said, “Poetry in itself is a simple truth and it’s cryptographic with a condensed form of a feeling that can get you to feel very complex emotions. I read Natasha’s book and I purely feel the narrative is at superpower, the kind of words she has put together makes it very powerful and strong.”

Readers can grab their copy of the book at Crosswords or online at:

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