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Tripurari Kumar Sharma is an award-winning multilingual Indian author, poet, lyricist, and screenwriter. He pursued his studies in Hindi and Urdu literature at the University of Delhi. His diverse body of work includes films such as A Wedding Story and Modi Ji Ki Beti, the TV series Sanyukt and Kuchh Baatein Kuchh Yaadein with Annu Kapoor, and numerous singles for major music labels like T-Series, Zee Music Company, Saregama, Tips, and Indie Music Label.


In addition to his film work, Tripurari is the author of Aakhiri Ishq, North Campus, and Osak Bunn. Renowned for his soul-stirring Urdu poetry and poignant storytelling, his works have been translated into English and German. He has received notable accolades including the Himalayan Writing Fellowship, the Lit-O-Fest Best Manuscript Contest Award, and an honorable mention for the Creators of Justice Literary Award (New York). He was also shortlisted for the Sahitya Akademi Yuva Award and nominated for the Valley of Words Award and the International Writing Program, USA. His poetry was included in the Maharashtra State Board's 11th-grade Hindi textbook in 2019.

Tripurari has been invited to various prestigious literary festivals and institutions such as Sahitya Akademi, Rekhta, The Raza Foundation, Academy of Fine Arts and Literature, Kala Ghoda Arts Festival, The Lil Flea, JNU, Delhi University, Marathwada University, IIT Bombay, IIT Gandhinagar, Dr. Rafiq Zakaria College for Women, SIES College, and St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai. Born in Samastipur, Bihar, he currently resides in Mumbai, India.

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Vishal Bhardwaj

(Music Composer & Filmmaker)

“These (North Campus stories) are the breathing stories which have lived. People who studied in North Campus  would be lost in the mist of past, with the desire in their heart to never come back..."

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