Back to resources

A Perfect Pair – Vijaya And Farrokh Mehta

Others | Jan 6, 1981

ARROKH MEHTA has just completed a full-house run of the play, A Streetcar Named Desire, where in his role as Mitch, he stole the show. His wife, Vijaya has just successfully launched a classical theatre production in Sanskrit, Abhigyan Shakuntal, which is amassing rave reviews from critics.

Right now however both the Mehtas are going through a relative lull in their theatre activities.

View PDF

More like this

Civil Society  |  Others  |  Strategic Philanthropy

Rohini Nilekani is Changing Philanthropy

Of India’s many prominent business couples, few can match the Nilekanis in their uniqueness. Nandan Nilekani is now a business legend, for his role in building Infosys (with N R Narayana Murthy and his co-founders) and for rescuing it a few years ago when he came back to set the company right. But unlike most […]
Aug 26, 2022 |

Others

Family matters

Will the great Indian family become a myth or an extinct entity? The Indian family system has upheld Indian culture. But now, the value system has changed and with it the structure and nature of the family too. The book ‘The Great Indian Families: New Roles, Old responsibilities’ by Gitanjali Prasad dwells upon these emerging […]
Aug 17, 2006 | Article

Others

The journey through Cyberspace

The whole world opens up as India hooks up to the information highway. f you are using the phrase, ‘International Information Superhighway’ and thinking how erudite you sound, forget it. It’s already a no-no, a cliche, a has-been of a catch phrase. How, you blink, did that happen, when you had hardly begun to understand […]
Jun 10, 1996 | Article

Others

Hegde’s think tank - Four years ago, Ramakrishna Hegde, the chief minister of Karnataka, setup the Economic and Planning Council (EPC)

Four years ago, Ramakrishna Hegde, the chief minister of Karnataka, setup the Economic and Planning Council (EPC), a high-powered advisory body. How impressive has been this ‘”super cabinet’s” performance? What are its shortcomings? View PDF
Jun 27, 1987 | Article