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Mahesh Bhatt Breaks Unofficial Ban on Pakistani Artistes, Signs Shafqat Amanat Ali for his Play

Mahesh Bhatt Breaks Unofficial Ban on Pakistani Artistes, Signs Shafqat Amanat Ali for his Play

By Garima Satija  Someone had to do this, and Mahesh Bhatt took the lead. After the Uri attacks, India was roaring back at Pakistan from all the corners. In an unofficial move, Pakistani artistes...
Farewell Om Puri (October 18, 1950 – January 6, 2017)

Farewell Om Puri (October 18, 1950 – January 6, 2017)

The legendary Indian actor leaves a legacy of humanistic and compassionate values and peace aspirations Legendary actor Om Puri’s untimely death has saddened film and peace lovers not only in India...
Rational view: Mahesh Bhatt backs Karan Johar

Rational view: Mahesh Bhatt backs Karan Johar

By Hiten J. Trivedi On Friday afternoon, the members of Cinema Owners and Exhibitors Association of India (COEAI) conducted a meeting regarding the controversial ban on Karan Johar’s...
No bans here, it’s all aman and aasha

No bans here, it’s all aman and aasha

Humsaya, the Pakistani theatre festival currently on in Delhi, provides an opportunity for artistes to connect, present their art and share thoughts In the backdrop of a Pakistani theatre festival...
Theatre for peace: Mahesh Bhatt’s new cross-border collaboration

Theatre for peace: Mahesh Bhatt’s new cross-border collaboration

With three theatrical productions already under his belt and a fourth, ‘Milne Do’, underway, peacenik filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt’s new cross-border project is set to launch in Delhi...
PLAY FOR PEACE: Mahesh Bhatt’s ‘Milne Do’

PLAY FOR PEACE: Mahesh Bhatt’s ‘Milne Do’

A behind-the-scenes look at what is driving a veteran film producer and peace activist’s fourth stage production, coming up It was Google’s “Reunion” ad released on the web...