About Kalli Purie
With the idea of synergizing the face of India, Kalli Purie is Vice Chairperson of the India Today Group. The use of new media is a mark of her work, and innovation is part of her rich experience as an entrepreneur. She has consideration as one of the most influential women in India.
Biography of Kalli Purie
A graduate of Oxford University, Kalli Purie was born in New Delhi, India. Her father is Aroon Purie, the founder of the India Today Group, and her mother is Rekha Purie. After attending the Modern school in Delhi, Kallie moved to London to study. She furthered her studies and graduated in Politics, Philosophy & Economics from Oxford University.
The Entrepreneur Kalli Purie
Her experience gives her a wide range of properties within the media. She ran four television channels: Aaj Tak, Aaj Tak HD, India Today Television, Tez, apps and a digital newspaper. Experienced in championing world class events, she devised a social media strategy for India Today. Launched were also TheLallantop.com, DailyO.in, OddNaari.in, Pakwangali.in, iChowk.in. under her leadership.
News on Kalli Purie
She presently oversees the publishing business which publishes the nation’s No.1 magazine, India Today. Other magazines include the following:
- The nation’s No.2 Magazine and No.1 Hindi Magazine – India Today Hindi
- The No. 1 Business magazine – Business Today
- Indian editions of Cosmopolitan, Harper’s Bazaar and Reader’s Digest
During her busy schedule, she gained a lot of weight. Losing it all, she recorded the journey of her weight loss in her book, “Confessions of a Serial Dieter.”
Her honors include the name of fifth most powerful women, among 50 names, by Impact Magazine’s Awards. This award recognizes her role across the media, marketing and advertising fields.
She is presently enrolled in the Owner/President Management Program (OPM 54 Batch) from Harvard Business School, Boston, U.S. Her outside interests include reading, writing, and watching cricket.
She was born in Delhi, India. Kallie Purie’s age is not known.
Her net worth is ₹1 crore or approximately 11 million dollars.
She is in a marriage with Raj Singh Bhandal. They have a son and daughter.
She began her career in Delhi in 1996 at India Today, first working in marketing and as a reporter.