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Talent needs education to shape up: Nawazuddin Siddiqui

National School of Drama (NSD) alumnus Nawazuddin Siddiqui says the importance and role of education in shaping up one's talent cannot be dismissed. Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Theatre artistes shift base to Mumbai for cinema, not plays: Piyush Mishra

He graduated from India's foremost theatre training institution, the National School of Drama (NSD) in Delhi, and proved his mettle in the field for two decades straight. Actor, writer, lyricist and composer Piyush Mishra, who shifted base from the national ...
 Prokerala1 month ago
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THIS fan's love for Sachin Tendulkar shows why he's lived 'A Billion Dreams'

As the entire nation gears up to witness the life and times of Sachin Tendulkar in his docu-drama Sachin: A Billion Dreams, that has hit the theatres today, here's a fan's account on how and when he became an ardent Sachin fan. Read on: "It was 1996 World ...
 DNA1 month ago
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The dancing legends wowing India

Bharata Natyam legends Shanta and V P Dhananjayan discover they are a national sentation after their Vodafone ads.Nikita Puri encounters a couple who believe in breaking moulds. IMAGE: Shanta and V P Dhananjayan have fun in a Vodafone ad. Photograph: Kind courtesy Vodafone For the past five decades at Chennai's Bharat Kalanjali, one of India's premier bastions for Bharata Natyam, mornings have begun with the lighting of the lamp. This is invariably followed by the sound of feet moving to the ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Watch: Nawazuddin's '16.66' video on secularism goes viral

At a time when the national is going though intense debate on secularism and tolerance, actor Nawazuddin Siddiqui came out with a strong statement on the social media and articulated the importance of being secular in India. The 42-year-alumnus of National ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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'Gandhi's honesty floored me'

Putting together a play about the Father of the Nation is no easy task.But when that play is a musical, the challenges increase.Rediff.com's Savera R Someshwar (text), Rajesh Karkera (video) and Hitesh Harisinghani (photographs) take a look. REHEARSAL: Chirag Vora, who plays the older Gandhi, takes his position by the charkha. "On the stage! NOW!" roared Danesh Khambatta, his voice many octaves higher than normal as he rat-a-tatted closed doors and poked his head into rooms that were half ...
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Why Akshay Kumar's National Award win feels like a joke

From ranting about Akshay Kumar's National Award and Vinod Khanna's viral photographs to raving about Adil Hussain's Mukti Bhawan and Nicole Kidman in Big Little Lies, Sukanya Verma's super filmi week was high on emotions. Monday Take a morning flight from Delhi, reach Mumbai airport past noon and then drive to Press Club in town to collect an award from Indywood for Media Excellence in online journalism.  By the time I reach home, which takes longer than usual thanks to the city's ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Controversial' plays disallowed

The dramatic societies of four Delhi University colleges — Gargi, SGTB Khalsa, Guru Gobind Singh and Dyal Singh were denied permission to perform in a street play competition at Ramjas College, on Friday, allegedly due to the "controversial" themes of ...
 DNA2 months ago

E Sreedharan for President

'Sreedharan epitomises the way in which an Indic ethos can be brought to bear upon the seemingly intractable problems facing India,' says Rajeev Srinivasan.Illustration: Dominic Xavier/Rediff.com Ten years ago, I wrote about the then Presidential election in India, bemoaning the fact that A P J Abdul Kalam, eminently qualified to continue, had been pushed aside by the Congress. Now that we are in the throes of another election, it's worth revisiting the entire drama, from first principles. To ...
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What security forces in J&K can learn from KPS Gill

'His essential doctrine was only the local police can fight terror.''"You can't fire at mobs throwing stones," he said, adding one has to think innovatively, even defensively, sometimes.'Shekhar Gupta remembers the uncoventional SuperCop. In his passing away, as in his life, Kanwar Pal Singh (K P S) Gill continues to challenge your learning and established notions. For example, the first principle of obituary in any journalism school: Never be chronological. I don't know how to keep to that ...
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