Mallika has covered the markets from Mumbai, London, and Hongkong and has also interviewed several business leaders including Mahindra Group chairman, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, CEO Chandra Kochhar and so on.
She is a very hard-working and talented journalist. When asked about what are the requirements to be a good broadcast journalist she said, “I feel the most important thing is to be able to visualize the story that you are reporting on.”
She further said, “To be successful you have to convince people that you have the hunger to be a journalist.”
She further elaborated the answer by stating, “When I am researching my stories, I work on how I am going to tell it visually. Along with thinking about the perfect presentation you need to have basic technical knowledge of how to handle the camera, light, and sound.”
Now we know the secret behind the excellence in her work, don’t we?
In her outstanding career, Mallika covered some wide range stories. One of her best stories is when she reported the story of a homeless nine years old with cerebral palsy.
That story went so viral that the boy began to got support from across the nation and he even got admission into a school where children with special needs study and also got home to live in. That is the power of journalism we must say.
Similarly, she also led the documentary named ‘Trapped by Tradition’ which was about the appalling tradition in North Indian villages where young girls were sold into sexual slavery.
That documentary was able to win the prestigious New York Festivals International Film and TV Awards.
Furthermore, she is one of the authors of Changemakers: Twenty Women Transforming Bollywood from Behind the Scenes along with Gayatri Rangachari Shah.
Similarly, she has also covered many powerful stories to aware her audiences and through her outstanding contribution, we can surely say that she is one of the best journalists that we have today.