Sudha Murthy made a big disclosure in front of Kapil Sharma, said something about her husband that applause kept ringing for a long time


Sudha Murthy is the Chairperson of Infosys Foundation.
Sudha was the first woman engineer of Tata Group.
She gives the credit of her success to her father.

New Delhi. Sudha Murthy, Chairperson of Infosys Foundation, recently appeared in ‘The Kapil Sharma Show’. In the show, Sudha Murthy told that she and her husband and Infosys founder Narayana Murthy never went on holiday till 30 years after starting the company. She told that her husband always kept working. Narayan Murthy used to be on tour for 220 days in a year. Sudha participated in the show along with film actress Raveena Tandon and Oscar-winning film producer Guneet Monga.

Sudha Murthy said that Narayan Murthy started Infosys in 1981. After this he became completely dedicated towards his work. The entire responsibility of the house fell on the responsibility of Sudha Murthy. Sudha Murthy said, “For 30 years after we started Infosys, we could never go on holidays because Narayana Murthy was always busy with work. He used to be on tour for 220 days in a year. I never expected anything from him. I brought up the children. He didn’t know anything about the house. When our children moved out, Narayan Murthy realized how much I had supported him.”

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Credited success to father
Sudha Murthy gives the credit of her success to her father. His father RH Kulkarni was a surgeon. Sudha Murthy said that her father made her study engineering at a time when engineering was considered to be the domain of boys only. Sudha said, “Last month I went to Pune Telco, which is now called Tata Motors. I went there after 40-50 years. I saw there that 300 girls were working. I got emotional seeing this. All this was possible because of my father. He made me study engineering by fighting with the world. Helped me fulfill my dreams. This respect, fame and award, all are his gift.

Sudha was the first woman engineer of Tata Group
Sudha Murthy did BE from Tata Institute in 1972 and MTech in 1974. She was the only girl in her class. After studies, he joined Telco. She was the first woman engineer of the Tata Group.

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