Inland Letter and Theatre Journal
‘But if this sounds like easy communication at little cost, that’s also not correct. Anand Gupta is already weighed under with the money required to keep this Abhinay going. They have introduced tiny little panels for advertisements in the middle pages, a little banner advertisement on the top, and a half-page advertisement for the bottom half…But Gupta, like I am sure his counterparts in other areas, now feels the need for some support.
Where can it come from? A business house which wants to patronise theatre activity? Sangeet Natak Akamdemi? Sangeet Kala Parishad? The education ministry? Well, why not?”
– Uma Vasudev, Times of India, Cultural Close-up, 28/09/1981
Credits: All Courtesy to Anand Gupt Collection/ Alkazi Theatre Archives
Image and Video Courtesy to Anand Gupt Collection/ Alkazi Theatre Archive