Lushin has done her Masters in History from Lady Shri Ram College, Delhi, and a Masters in Science in Continuing Education with emphasis on Special education, from the University of Southern Connecticut, USA, Lushin Dubey taught mentally challenged children for several years in the U.S and India. In 1987, Lushin co-founded KidsWorld, which pioneered youth theatre in India and has staged over 30 productions in English and Hindi. She was also instrumental in setting up United Players Guild in 1995, focused on Shakespeare, whose 1997 production of Othello, with her in the lead role of Desdemona, won the Edinburgh Fringe First. In 2008 she played Lady Macbeth in Macbeth directed by Alyque Padamsee. Her two solos Untitled (on women empowerment) and Bitter Chocolate (on child sexual abuse) , directed by Arvind Gaur, and her recent production Muskaan ( a journey of two people living with HIV) have been staged across cities in India and venues abroad such as the World Bank, Smithsonian, Berkeley, Harvard, Stanford (USA), and Nehru Centre (UK). Lushin has acted the lead in several TV serials and films and was awarded the 2008 Gemini Award in Toronto, Canada for her role in the film Murder Unveiled. In 2009 she received two awards from Chief Minister Shiela Dixit: The Senior Journalists’ Award for Best Stage Actress – National, and the Radha Raman Foundation Award for Outstanding Commitment to Theatre. She was also recipient of the 2009 Karmaveer Puraskar for socially meaningful theatre by the Indian Confederation of NGOs. She is currently involved in staging, ‘Salaam India’, directed by her and inspired by the diplomat, Pavan Varma’s best seller, ‘Being Indian’, in cities in India and overseas. This production speaks about the Indian today keeping pace with the globalised world, without shedding its traditions of the past.