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Amol Palekar

Amol Palekar’s Return To Theatre After 25 Years

Jan 21, 2020 Sathya Saran

Sathya Saran draws the pictures of a packed auditorium where Amol Palekar made his return to theatre after 25 years, and an offbeat exhibition that called out to women to ‘remember their innate powers.'

Well Known Film, Theatre Personalities Urge Voters To Vote Against BJP

Apr 05, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Joint appeal has been issued by many well known artistes and filmmakers across the country in 12 languages, saying the upcoming Lok Sabha elections are the "most critical in the history" of the country.


Nowadays, Anyone Can Say He Doesn't Like My Nose, So Chop It Off: Amol Palekar On Censorship

I don't think I brought the topic unnecessarily or said anything irrelevant. According to me, it was the perfect platform for raising the questions that I did.

Amol Palekar Hits Out At NGMA After Being Interrupted At Mumbai Event

Feb 10, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

At the opening of an exhibition in the memory of artist Prabhakar Barwe on Friday evening, Palekar was repeatedly interrupted during his speech by some NGMA members.


Amol Palekar's Speech Interrupted At Mumbai Event For Criticising Government

Palekar was speaking at the opening of an exhibition 'Inside The Empty Box' in the memory of artist Prabhakar Barwe.

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