Regal might come back to us in the form of a multiplex but the feeling and nostalgia attached to it will be etched in our memories forever
Face to face with Ismat Chughtai - the controversial writer, the spirited woman, revolutionary feminist and a true friend to Saadat Hasan Manto.
For the uninitiated, 'bra' and 'panty' are women's undergarments, just like boxers and vests are for men. Neither are cuss words.
This postwar existential classic strongly depicts the effects of war on people and how they are defined having lived the terror.
For a generation unable to decide whether or not to support LGBTQ rights, this play might just show us our way out of the dilemma.
Set in the 1960 Europe, the play Dedh Inch Upar takes us through the aftermath of World War II and Gestapo police.
Hashmi performed Kursi, Kursi, Kursi before the Emergency to critique the government; Machine on demands of factory workers; and Hatyare, against communal riots in Aligarh.
Theatre lovers can also look forward to a workshop series called Cycloroma 2016.