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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.

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