Anuja Chauhan is an Indian Author and Screenwriter. Anuja was born on the 17th of September in the year 1970. She was born in Meerut, Uttar Pradesh. Her father worked in the Indian Army. That is why she almost traveled most parts of India. After her father’s retirement, they fled to Australia. She has three sisters.
She is the youngest among them. Her sister’s names are Padmini, Rohini, and Nandini. Her sister Nandini is an author too. Anuja started working for JWT in 1993.
She was responsible for many of the catchphrases of many advertisements. Some of the famous catchphrases she wrote are Pepsi India’s “Yeh Dil Maange More,” and Mountain Dew’s “Darr Ke Aage Jeet Hai,” Kurkure’s “Tedha Hai Par Mera Hai,” and many more. She was featured regularly in the Economic Times newspaper.
She got promoted as the Vice President in JWT in a short span. She resigned her Vice President post in 2010 to pursue her career in writing. Though she still works as an advertising consultant. Anuja is the only Indian, who got featured in One Show Jury in the year 2011. She started working for Pepsi India as the consultant of the Power of One team in JWT in 2014. She also consults a few other brands.
Anuja started her career as a writer with the novel “The Zoya Factor” (2008) the novel revolves around a girl named Zoya who becomes a lucky factor for the Indian Cricket Team. The novel became a massive hit. The novel is also is being made into a Bollywood movie of the same name starring
and Dulqer Salman, whereas
is directing the film.
Her other novels are “Battle of Bittora: The Story of India’s Most Passionate Lok Sabha Contest” (2010), “Those Pricey Thakur Girls” (2013), “The House that BJ Built” (2015), and “Baaz” (2017). In 1994 Anuja married
, a TV producer, and presenter. Anuja met Niret while the production of a College plays. They have two daughters whose names are Niharika Margaret and Nayantara Violet. They also have a son whose name is Daivik John. They live in Gurgaon, Haryana. Anuja won the Femina Women Achievers Award in the Literary Category in the year 2017.