Sathya Saran is a renowned journalist. Sathya is a consulting editor with Penguin Random House India. She is best known for her role as editor of Femina and DNA Me. She is also an author, a columnist and a professor at NIFT, Mumbai.

Sathya Saran is a well-known author of a diverse variety of books, she is known for her long association with Femina, which she edited for twelve years,

The Dark Side reflects her love for short stories, while the critically acclaimed biographies Years with Guru Dutt: Abrar Alvi's Journey, Sun Mere Bandhu Re: The Musical World of S.D. Burman and Baat Niklegi Toh Phir: The Life and Music of Jagjit Singh bear testimony to her love for cinema and music. How to Look like Miss India and Angoor: Insights into the Film are her more recent books.


Sathya teaches fashion journalism at NIFT Mumbai and Kangra. She has also been a stage actor with Veenapani Chawla.

Passionate about writing, she recently held the first-of-its-kind writers' conclave titled 'The Spaces between Words: the Unfestival' sponsored by JSW at Kaladham, near Hampi, in partnership with The Hindu. Sathya has also written a TV serial titled Kashmakash on marital problems. Her columns in Femina and Me magazines continue to gain new fans, as does her guest column in Dainik Jagran.