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Mithila Palkar on favouritism in Bollywood: It happens that ten of us audition for a project and don’t get through but one who doesn’t audition gets the role

Actor Mithila Palkar says that we need to create a system where nobody feels people have been unfair to them, and let whoever excel get the project and whoever doesn’t lose the opportunity.
Mithila Palkar is known for her Bollywood films Katti Batti, Karwaan, and the web show Little Things.
Mithila Palkar is known for her Bollywood films Katti Batti, Karwaan, and the web show Little Things.
Updated on Jul 11, 2020 04:48 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Shreya Mukherjee, New Delhi

Don’t take it lightly, talk it out: Darsheel on mental health problems

With the play, Two Adorable Losers, based on inferiority complex, the actor says reaching out for help can make an impact on how we feel
Darsheel Safary(Photo: Aalok Soni/HT)
Darsheel Safary(Photo: Aalok Soni/HT)
Updated on Mar 11, 2020 05:58 PM IST
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Mumbai | By Sammohinee Ghosh

‘Artistes should not be fearful’

With three plays in his kitty, actor Neil Bhoopalam speaks about how stage acting should be promoted and made more accessible
(PHOTO: AALOK SONI/HT)
(PHOTO: AALOK SONI/HT)
Updated on Feb 27, 2020 05:14 PM IST
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Mumbai | By Sammohinee Ghosh

Don’t miss out on these plays at Delhi’s nine-day theatre fest

Theatre lovers of New Delhi can look forward to a nine-day theatre festival in the national capital from December 21-29, with noted productions by Girid Karnad, Manav Kaul, and K. S. Rajendran in the line-up.
The Panna Bharat Ram Theatre Festival, organised annually by the Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (SRCPA), will open its sixth edition with a range of engaging plays.(Unsplash)
The Panna Bharat Ram Theatre Festival, organised annually by the Shri Ram Centre for Performing Arts (SRCPA), will open its sixth edition with a range of engaging plays.(Unsplash)
Updated on Dec 18, 2019 01:23 PM IST
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Indo Asian News Service | By HT Correspondent, New Delhi

InQueerable Happenings’ Short and Salty plays showcases diverse LGBT experiences

As the Section 377 verdict completes 377 days, InQueerable Happenings celebrates with the showcase of a short theatre fest in Mumbai
Trinetra Tiwari as Rangoli in the play ‘Pehli Shaadi’(Nazia Khan)
Trinetra Tiwari as Rangoli in the play ‘Pehli Shaadi’(Nazia Khan)
Updated on Sep 21, 2019 02:28 PM IST
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Mumbai | By Yoshita Rao

Tagore’s masterpiece Shesher Kobita adapted, staged in Delhi

A new two-hour play, Poem of an Ending, in Delhi tells a tale of love, longing and separation, set in the hills and tea estates of Shillong. The play is based on Rabindranath Tagore’s Shesher Kobita.
Portrayed beautifully through accompanying jazz numbers and dance, the play is an attempt at bringing the new generation closer to Tagore. (File Photo)
Portrayed beautifully through accompanying jazz numbers and dance, the play is an attempt at bringing the new generation closer to Tagore. (File Photo)
Published on Dec 30, 2018 06:22 PM IST
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New Delhi | By Indo-Asian News Service

How children’s theatre is tackling puberty, gender stereotypes and more

Despite a short history of 30-35 years, children’s theatre has grown rapidly and is handling serious issues now.
One evidence of the changing scenario is the ongoing JashneBachpan international theatre festival in Delhi with over 500 artistes, young and adults, taking part in 23 theatrical productions.(nsd.gov.in)
One evidence of the changing scenario is the ongoing JashneBachpan international theatre festival in Delhi with over 500 artistes, young and adults, taking part in 23 theatrical productions.(nsd.gov.in)
Updated on Nov 24, 2018 12:00 PM IST
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Press Trust of India | By Press Trust of India, New Delhi

Iapar theatre festival in Pune lets children take centre stage

As the show began, children as well as adults were seen interacting, clapping hands and laughing out loud with every tiny tale being staged
A still from the play, ‘When I Will Become A Cloud by Belarus’ Gomel Puppet theatre. The play is a story of hope in dark times or love and sacrifice for children and humanity.(HT PHOTO)
A still from the play, ‘When I Will Become A Cloud by Belarus’ Gomel Puppet theatre. The play is a story of hope in dark times or love and sacrifice for children and humanity.(HT PHOTO)
Updated on Nov 14, 2018 03:02 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune | By Prachi Bari

Pune’s Natak Company: A decade of theatrical, artistic triumph

Pune’s Natak Company has organised a five-day theatre festival of their best plays on the occasion of completing 10 successful years
Amey Wagh during a play.(HT PHOTO)
Amey Wagh during a play.(HT PHOTO)
Updated on May 27, 2018 04:55 PM IST
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Hindustan Times, Pune | By Anjali Shetty

I love Delhi because of its historical value and food: Paresh Rawal

Member of Lok Sabha, actor Paresh Rawal visited Capital to stage the play Kishan Vs Kanhaiya. He talks about the Capital and theatre.
Actor Paresh Rawal staged the play Kishan Vs Kanhaiya in the Capital.
Actor Paresh Rawal staged the play Kishan Vs Kanhaiya in the Capital.
Updated on Mar 27, 2018 05:52 PM IST
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Hindustan Times | By Ruchika Garg, New Delhi
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