Revati Laul has been a television journalist and documentary film maker for most of her 16 year career. Ten of those were spent in NDTV where her reports included everything from the aftermath of the Gujarat riots to following truck drivers into ULFA infested Assam. Then about a year and a half ago, she decided to tell her stories in indelible ink instead. Most people said she made an upside down decision but she firmly believes she‚Äôs found food for the soul. She was hired by Tehelka to write on politics. For her this does not mean tracking the big fish but looking closely at how the tiny fish are getting swallowed and by whom. On most days though, she can be found conversing on her other two favourite subjects ‚Äď fornication and food. Fiction is another friend of hers. A short story she wrote called `Drool‚Äô was published in an anthology of young fiction by Zubaan. She is also founder member of the NGO ‚ÄėTara‚Äô that looks after underpriviledged children.