Paromita Vohra is a documentary filmmaker and screenwriter based in Mumbai whose films explore issues of politics, feminism, culture and desire. Some of her celebrated films are 'Morality TV and the Loving Jehad: A Thrilling Tale', 'Q2P', 'Un-limited Girls', 'Where's Sandra?', 'Cosmopolis: Two Tales of a City' and 'A Woman?s Place'. She is also scriptwriter of 'Khamosh Pani' (directed by Sabiha Sumar) which won the Golden Leopard at the Locarno Film Festival in 2003; 'A Few Things I Know About Her' (directed by Anjali Panjabi), which won the Silver Conch at the MIFF 2002, and 'Skin Deep' (directed by Reena Mohan). She is currently working on a book about love in contemporary India. Her latest film is 'Partners in Crime'.