Tuhin A. Sinha is an Indian author. He is known for the novels, The Edge of Desire, Of Love and Politics, That Thing Called Love and 22 Yards.

Early Life

Tuhin was born and brought up in Jamshedpur, Jharkhand. He completed his schooling at Loyola School, and obtained a B.Com (H) from the Hindu College, University of Delhi and Post Graduate Diploma in Advertising and Communications Management from the National Institute of Advertising, New Delhi. He is married to Ramyani DasGupta Sinha.


Tuhin's first novel, That Thing called Love, was released on 25 September 2006. It is set in the backdrop of Mumbai monsoons and explores relationships in the contemporary urban set up of the city, in the phase of changing moralities. The book has sold over 70,000 copies.

The Captain is his second novel and is a chronicle of a fictitious Indian Cricket Team Captain's journey through the fickleness of life and the cricket world. The novel was originally published as "22 Yards" in August 2008 by Westland. Later Rupa Publishers re-published it in 2011 with a new name.

Both That Thing Called Love and The Captain have been brought out in the Hindi and Bengali languages as well. Regional language versions were published by Diamond Books, Delhi. The Marathi version of That Thing Called Love is being published by Mehta Publishing House, Pune.

Of Love and Politics, published by Hachette India was released on 2 July 2010 at IHC, New Delhi by renowned politician, Ravi Shankar Prasad and TV journalist Bhupendra Chaubey. The Delhi event was followed by high profile events in Mumbai, Kolkata, Bangalore and Pune. The book is known for its peculiar interplay between personal relationships and political alliances which are present throughout the book.

Apart from writing novels, Tuhin has contributed guest columns to India's leading print media publications. They include The Times of India and Grazia.

Tuhin has also scripted several TV popular Tv shows. He is presently the co-writer of one of the most popular soaps on Star Plus, Yeh Rishta Kya Kehlata Hai. Some of the other serials on which he has worked include Pyar Ki Kashti Mein (Star One-2004-5), Koi Dil Mein hai (Sony-2004-5), Dekho Magar Pyar se (Star 2005) and Waqt Batayega Kaun Apna Kaun Paraya (Sony-2008). A TV film, Phir Se, based on a story written by Tuhin and premiered on Sahara One, won the RAPA Award for the best tele-film in 2005.