Niyati Joshi is an Indian film editor. She is the daughter of popular Indian television and film actor Dilip Joshi who is best known for playing the role of Jethalal Champaklal Gada in the comedy television serial Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah..Niyati Joshi was born and brought up in Mumbai. Niyati Joshis childhood picture.While pursuing her bachelor in mass communication at the University of Mumbai, Niyati Joshi did a five-day internship with the junior creative support team at VISCOM 360 Communications Pvt. Ltd.In 2010, Niyati Joshi wrote her first two local stories for Bennett Coleman and Co. Ltd. (Times Group).In October 2010, Niyati Joshi became one of the 24 critics who were employed to judge and award the competition films at the Mumbai Film Festival.In 2011, Niyati Joshi was employed as an administrative assistant at Greenspot Entertainment Pvt. Ltd., where she handled a Coca-Cola sponsored fan-website for the 2011 edition of the IPL (Indian Premier League). The website had videos, blogs, and interactive content that was updated on a daily basis. It had 80,000 hits by the end of the tournament.Niyati Joshi, in 2012, moved to London to pursue a masters degree in International Publishing. In 2013, she did a four-week internship in the fiction editorial department of Picador. Her key responsibilities while working as an intern included reading manuscripts, writing reader reports for each of them, programming titles and their corresponding data on the companys metadata system, periodically carrying out research in Nielsen BookScan and VISTA and handling social media, particularly Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest.Niyati Joshi has three weeks of working experience at SAGE Publishing. She worked there as a rights intern and worked on building a database of SAGE titles infringed by an American publisher (Cram 101). In the same year, she also worked at Susan Yearwood Literary Agency. She did a part-time internship for 6 months as the Agents Assistant and attended literary events like BookSlam, Literary Death Match, and other networking events.In 2014, Niyati Joshi did another six months internship as a content writer, copyediting proofreader, and web researcher at Verve Magazine. Verve Magazine is considered one of the most popular lifestyle magazines in Auckland.Taking a break from internships, Niyati Joshi, in 2014 started working as a freelance editor. She worked on structurally editing manuscripts, working directly with authors.