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Now, Mrs. Nilekani On TV

Others | Oct 15, 2007

It is time for change. To business television junkies, Nandan Nilekani has been a familiar face. Be it talking about his company or pitching for Indian software skills, Nilekani is almost a brand ambassador for the industry. In the next, we will see another Nilekani take the centre stage. Nilekani’s wife Rohini will host a talk show on
social issues in an yet-to-be launched channel.

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