Most famous for her bestselling novels Life Is What You Make It and Tea For Two and a Piece of Cake, this Indian writer also published poetry and nonfiction and worked as a visual artist.
In 2008, she published articles in both Reader's Digest and the Times of India. That same year, she published her first full-length work, 34 Bubblegums and Candies.
She earned a degree in portrait painting from a United Kingdom university.
She and her husband and two children had homes in both Norwich, England and Bangalore, India.
She and her contemporary, Chetan Bhagat, both became bestselling writers in India.