Kena Shree is a prolific writer, blogger and storyteller. She is the co-founder of Manrav Foundation, an NGO for elderly care. Winner of TOI Write India, she is on the ‘Top 100 HR to be followed on Twitter’, ‘100 inspiring women from India’ and ‘Top 100 power women at work’ lists.

Laughs boisterously and runs free.

Love! Not as a noun but as a verb.

Theatre. Art. Storytelling.

 
 

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My Dream Hero, My Soulmate - The Boy Next Door | Bonobology

My dream hero - The boy next door

Kena Shree
Kena Shree
Posted on : 29 Sep 2016

In my search for dashing, dreamy heroes, I found a soulmate who was much closer home

Views: 4.95k
Comments: 2

 

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Your favourite protagonist from a Classic book or movie and why?

Let's accept it. During our years of growing up, we come across some fictitious character in a book or a movie who is etched up by the writer so beaut ... Read More



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Kena Shree

Kena Shree Commented

08 Oct 2016

Comment : Those are generous words, Vikrant. I'm so glad the article resonated with you. Thanks!
My Dream Hero, My Soulmate - The Boy Next Door | Bonobology

My dream hero - The boy next door

Kena Shree
Kena Shree
Posted on : 29 Sep 2016

In my search for dashing, dreamy heroes, I found a soulmate who was much closer home

Views: 4953
Comments: 2

Kena Shree

Kena Shree Commented

06 Oct 2016

Comment : I read Shogun way back. It didn't turn an easy piece of reading then, given the perplexity of both the story background as well as the profound characters sketched dexterously by Clavell. This, of course, besides the voluminous 700 odd pages of pure content that you have talked about. To have read the novel thrice, I'm sure there must have been a sense of immense pull towards the protagonists.

Let's accept it. During our years of growing up, we come across some fictitious character in a book or a movie who is etched up by the writer so beautifully that it leaves behind an indelible imprint on mind, enough to last a lifetime. We get smitten. It could frame up our idea of a near-perfect hero or heroine. Who is your favourite protagonist from a Classic book or movie and why?


Kena Shree

Kena Shree Commented

06 Oct 2016

Comment : Quite an observation!! Spot-on!

I find that women find it easy to talk about partners, men like to keep mum? Is it that they do not feel as much or they just think it is strictly private business?


Kena Shree

Kena Shree Commented

06 Oct 2016

Comment : I was waiting for someone to pitch in the iconic Scarlett in the discussion. You said it, Rohini.

Let's accept it. During our years of growing up, we come across some fictitious character in a book or a movie who is etched up by the writer so beautifully that it leaves behind an indelible imprint on mind, enough to last a lifetime. We get smitten. It could frame up our idea of a near-perfect hero or heroine. Who is your favourite protagonist from a Classic book or movie and why?


Kena Shree

Kena Shree Commented

02 Oct 2016

Comment : Hey Abdullah! Looks like I missed meeting Aelita. Haven't read the novel so far. My bad!! The picture you sketch of her is indeed fascinating. Putting it up on my wishlist right away. Thanks!

Let's accept it. During our years of growing up, we come across some fictitious character in a book or a movie who is etched up by the writer so beautifully that it leaves behind an indelible imprint on mind, enough to last a lifetime. We get smitten. It could frame up our idea of a near-perfect hero or heroine. Who is your favourite protagonist from a Classic book or movie and why?



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