Mudit Bansal completed B.Tech in Computer science. He is currently now working in Roshandaan,Delhi as a creative in Film activities. He is also a Movie critic for English magazine Aagaman-The Arrival and Hindi magazine ‘Youth Agenda’. He has won Aagman Young Talent Award 2016 in literature. He worked in short films and Ad Films as an Ast Director. Let us know more about his writing.
What inspired you to start writing?
Criticism, Emotion, imagination and a need to create something. I express almost everything in my life in writing. For me header file #Include<studio.h> has replaced by #include<creativity.H> 🙂
What did you like to read when you were a boy?
Since childhood I am an art lover and in those days I read only cricket samrat and some times comics, I remembered when I was in class 6th , I won a prize on a bollywood quiz related to film lagaan.
What is the greatest challenge in writing a book?
I faced lots of challenges after completion of my B.Tech. People criticised me about my career plan and this criticism made me a critic and now I expressed these emotions in to writing.
I wanna change ideology in that society where people impose predefined ideology of getting a good job after a good degree.
How much research do you do before writing the book?
In research department, lots of parameters /standards defined already for prep of any character, but in my case I am very nervous about my story ‘PANKH’ coz of I have used the new trend of literature #NyiWaliHindi.
What motivated you to write the book “PushpGandha”?
Basically I am not a professional writer. I have worked in short Movies and ad film as a assistant director, at that time(shoot location)an idea generate in my Mind and my close friends (from college) helped me to write lyrics for this love book .
Can you tell us more about your latest book “Pankh”?
You have to wait for this. It’s a story of love passion and solitude, in this all facts (Historical, contemporary and technical) all are available.
How did you came up with the idea of writing poetry anthology genre book?
I am not a poet, am just lyricist. After winning An Aagaman Young Talent Award 2016 in field of literature, the value of lyrics is increasing for me. My next 4 anthologies as a lyricist related to love will out very soon.
Who are your favourite authors?
Oh! very tough to decide it. Ruskin Bond, Premchand ji and Laxman Rao sir (Delhi’s Tea seller ) is my favourite and inspirational.
How much time do you dedicate for writing on a daily basis?
No predefined time standards. For writing, a writer/lyricist needs a face, for thinking that face he can write lyrics. In my case I write lyrics with the listening of instrumental songs, listening to the instrumentals gave me emotions and these emotions turned into words.
What words of wisdom would you like to give to aspiring writers?
Happiness and love and last Decode your dream into words..!