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    Assamese Mobile Theatre

    Assamese Mobile Theatre

    Sankarjyoti Rajkhowa Goes Mainstream

    Sankarjyoti Rajkhowa – an extraordinary villain of the Assamese Mobile Theatre has made quite the reputation for himself by portraying characters loved by the audience. A huge audience gathers for his shows. People revealed that his performance on stage brings something new to the field every time. His performances often get discussed by the audience and the crowd. He was popular for his role...

    Aikyatan’s Play ‘Apekhyat’ Successfully Staged

    After nearly two decades, Aikyatan, a famous progressive socio-cultural organization that changed the course of the Assamese theatre tradition with it's revolutionary plays in the 70s and 80s, makes a striking comeback with the play 'Apekhyat' based on Rupert Brooke's dark, brooding play 'Lithuania'. The play written many years ago is translated by filmmaker Prodyut Kumar Deka, also the designer of the production. Interestingly,...

    Akou Edin – Portrays Patient with Amnesia who Writes Diary to Remember Girlfriend

    In the Bollywood blockbuster Ghajini, filmstar Aamir Khan, portraying a patient with amnesia, had written phone numbers on his body to remember them. Assamese...

    After 30yrs Bowari Set to Woo Crowds Again

    Three decades after Biju Phukan cycled his way into the hearts of the Assamese audience, Jatin Bora will sing Mon hiradoi saikel nohoy tilinga...