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12 Mar
2019
  • Ashish Mathew Koshi

Chandala, Impure: What caste are you?

When I went to school in Delhi in the 90s, our history books spoke of Gandhi, secularism, unity in diversity...

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11 Mar
2019
  • Puneeta Roy

KOLA: A Portrait of a Family

Simple. Gentle. Intense. Piercing into the heart of family relationships and almost insidiously taking you along on this journey, as...

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11 Mar
2019
  • Arundhati Nath

Andha Yug: The Agony of Right and Wrong

Even after centuries have passed, a million retellings done and a thousand perspectives discussed, the Mahabharata doesn’t fail to tantalise...

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10 Mar
2019
  • Sukhman Khera

Pulijanmam: A Riot of Colour and Energy

As someone who does not have a natural affinity for watching plays and minimal engagement with the world they belong...

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10 Mar
2019
  • Bhanu Mehta

AGARBATTI- STRENGTH IN SIMPLICTY

Only after the play is over that you realize the emotional journey you went through, and the intensity of subject...

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10 Mar
2019
  • Ashish Mathew Koshi

Development for whom?

While the world over, people chase a dream of fame, fortune, comfort and luxury, the truth not shown in those...

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08 Mar
2019
  • Rijul Kataria

Andha Yug: The Return of Melodrama

As a kid growing up in the 1990s, entertainment options were highly limited. Amongst the all-time family favourites however was...

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08 Mar
2019
  • Arundhati Nath

Bhagi Hui Ladkiyan - A fearless experiment in gender, self and identity

As I walked into the darkened auditorium last night as soon as the first bell rang out in the packed...

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07 Mar
2019
  • Geetan Batra

Loose Woman by Maya Krishna Rao: An Intense Experience

Great theatre is about challenging how we think and encouraging us to fantasize about a world we aspire to. —William...

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04 Mar
2019
  • Veena Bakshi

My Love Affair with Theatre

I was introduced to theatre by my uncle. A doctor by profession, he would take my sister and me to...

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