Pammi Somal

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Pammi Somal
Born 3 October 1955

Pammi Somal (born 3 October 1955) is a Bollywood journalist and a filmmaker.

Personal life and education[edit]

Pammi Somal schooled at 'Carmel Convent' in Chandigarh and then earned a Masters in Sociology from Punjab University. She then moved to Mumbai, where she gained a diploma in Mass Communication & Journalism and another one in Creative Writing. She has a master's degree in Reiki along with a degree in Silva Mind Method and Law of Attraction.


In a span of twenty years, she has written for various Bollywood magazines and was Assistant Editor with the glossy 'Cine Blitz'[1] for many years. In the 90's she started writing scripts for television serials and later launched a magazine Cafe Celeb in 2003. After functioning as the CEO of a corporate house and President - Business Development for a Singapore-based Media company, she started her own production company, Creative Steps Productions in 2006.[2] Since then, she has produced, written & directed two films - Mummy Punjabi (August 2011) and Na Jaane Kabse (September 2011).[3]



Ardhangini- 1994- Writer & Producer

Sanam – 1996- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Neeyat- 1999- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Kasauti- 2000- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Naqaab-2000- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Siski- 2001- Screenplay

Hare Kaanch Ki Churiaan (Telefilm)- 2001- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Na Jaane Kyun- 2001- Story & Dialogues

Sukanya- 2002- Dialogues

Samay ki Dhadkan- 2002- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Naata – 2002 - Story, Screenplay & Dialogues

Muskurahat- 2002- Story, Screenplay & Dialogues


The Perfect Husband- (English)-2002- Dialogues

Mummy Punjabi - (English / Hindi)- 2011- Writer, Director & Producer

Na Jaane Kabse - (Hindi)-2011- Writer, Director & Producer



  1. ^ "BBC Mummiji Information Page". October 2007. Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  2. ^ "Na Jaane Kabse Creative Steps Pvt Ltd". Retrieved 17 November 2012. 
  3. ^ "Director Pammi Somal Filmology". 

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