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The New Generation: 1960-1980: Saeed Mirza

Others | Jan 1, 1980

If you were to ask Saeed Mirza an awkward question, he would probably fling an even more tricky one at you.
A very difficult man to corner, Mirza is the most vociferous spokesman on the Parallel Cinema movement in India, Compact, with a straight no-nonsense beard.
Saeed Mirza, in his mid-thirties, is still an angry young man.

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