God & I: 'I will ask god to promote my books'

Published: 06th July 2016 04:57 AM  |   Last Updated: 06th July 2016 11:17 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: Ganga Bharani Vasudevan, a 26-year-old writer and short film director, has authored six books. Three books were released by the Traditional Publishers and the rest are available on Kindle. She currently works with an MNC in Chennai as an IT developer. Two of her short films on disability  — Candles and Tiny Steps have won at the We Care International Film Festival Awards.


If you had to describe god to a child?

A child always has small wishes like they should get a rain holiday or their teacher should be absent. I would say that these small wishes are god.


Is god a man or woman?

I think if god was a man, the earth would have been in square shape with only one colour spread everywhere, but god is a woman, that is why the earth is all colorful and creative.


What would be your first words to god if he/she appeared in front of you?

I would ask god to show the identity? And will take a selfie first!


If there was a dare/challenge you would like to give god, what would it be?

I would challenge god to make me god for a day and then I would wait and see if people still believed in him again or not!


If you had the power to grant one gift to god, what would it be?

I would gift god my book and ask him to read it and make his wife read it too. Further, I would ask him to promote my books.


If you had to prepare a joke about god and also present it in front of him, what would it be?

God as a politician. He just has to remain god to earn a living by granting people what they actually deserve.

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