The Bilete Bangali Editorial Board

Sudakshina Bhattacharjee, Commercial Writer

Sudakshina is a commercial writer, blogger and content marketer who is British-born and raised but has spent her life to and fro the cities of London and Kolkata. She is married to a dental surgeon and is passionate about reading, movies and social media.

Madhusree Ghosh, MBBS, MFSRH, DRCOG, Dip GUM

Please find below my brief biography and photograph :- Madhusree is an ex RG Kar-ian, who identifies herself as a workaholic NHS Consultant and an affectionate mother of two. A Gynaecologist by background, she specialised in one of the most controversial and intriguing specialities of medicine, “Sexual and Reproductive Health” and bagged quite a few national and international presentations to her credit.

Madhusree is also a staunch patron of performing arts. She holds Diploma from Allahabad Gharana in Rabindrasangeet as well as Indian Classical Music (Vocal) and a Diploma in Fine arts from Birla Academy, Kolkata. She takes pride in organising cultural programmes and have remained closely associated with various productions since childhood. Cooking for friends and family is her favourite pastime. She values lasting friendships and friends have always been an integral part of her life. She is one who feels it’s the juggle between a busy work schedule and never ending family chores that makes her life worthwhile and more meaningful. Her motto in life :- “Nothing is Impossible as the word itself says I’m possible”.

Satadeepa Gupta Mallick, PhD

Born in the City of Joy, Kolkata, India, Satadeepa moved to UK 20 years ago with her husband and son and has been working as a Scientist in the NHS Pathology for the last 16 years. She has a a passion for stage performance, enjoys acting and singing. Trained in RabindraSangeet from Gitabitan in Kolkata, she takes lot of interest in teaching vocal music to the next generation and has a few promising students who are performers in their own rights. As Cultural Secretary of a Bengali Club she has worked with other people and organised various programs which projects the rich culture of Bengal. Satadeepa believes in team work and loves to work with people from a variety of backgrounds and abilities. Her creative, open and flexible mind has helped her to embrace the Western culture yet maintaining the rich tradition of Bengal. She also aspires to become a foodpreneur in the near future.