Nilosree Biswas is an author and filmmaker who received her training in Comparative Literature at Jadavpur University, Kolkata, and later pursued a career in cinema. Her areas of interest encompass history, cultural studies of pre-modern and colonial South Asia, and early Hindi cinema. Her creative works, both in film and writing, have been featured in various print publications and screened internationally, including at the Cannes Film Festival. One of her notable documentaries, "Broken Memory, Shining Dust," has earned a place in the archives of the Oscar Library. Additionally, her previous book, co-authored with Irfan Nabi, titled "Alluring Kashmir: The Inner Spirit," is now part of the Library of Congress. Currently, she is engaged in the writing of her upcoming book, which delves into the stories of food during British rule in India.