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Category: Indian Drama

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Nov 23 2020

Is Theatre Dying?

Theatre was once what film is today. In actuality, it was likely much more. It was, other than being a vehicle of amusement, a device for feeling building, social changes and for uniting individuals. For very long, theatre, however a male-overwhelmed stage by then of time, was a more presumed medium than film. Strangely, when Dadasaheb Phalke needed to film his fantasy venture he was unable to locate any female entertainers to act in it.

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Afifa naziraly
Nov 6 2020

Theatre going beyond the binaries of sexuality

Did you know, in the first half of the 20th century, you could be arrested for staging a gay play?

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fatematinwala27
Nov 6 2020

Journey from old school to new school theatre

Indian theatre has a whole history of more than 2,000 years. Theatre has been a piece of our way of life from the beginning of the general public framework. The root of theatre can be followed back to the Sanskrit Theatre.

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Afifa naziraly
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An Inspiring and Ancient Culture every Indians should know : Forms of Theatre

The origin of Indian theatre is closely related to ancient rituals and seasonal festivities of the country. Hindu theorists from…

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khushali thakar
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A CLASSICAL SANSKRIT WRITER: KALIDASA

Being one of the oldest and mother of several other languages, Sanskrit is a classical literature which requires genius of…

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khushali thakar
Jul 2 2020

The Father of Indian Drama: Bhasa

Mahakavi Bhasa Bharat has a very ancient history, more than 8000 years old. Drama being the oldest form of communication…

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khushali thakar
May 11 2020

Margarita With A Straw

Margarita With A Straw is an Indian drama directed by eccentric filmmaker, Shonali Bose. It stars Kalki Koechlin as a…

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Prerana Panja