Safdar Hashmi (12 April 1954 – 2 January 1989) was a communist playwright and director, best known for his work with street theatre in India. He was also an actor, lyricist, and theorist, and he is still considered an important voice in Indian political theatre. He was a founding member of Jana Natya Manch (People's Theatre Front; JANAM for short) in 1973, which grew out of the Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA). He was murdered in 1989 in Jhandapur, while performing a street play, Halla Bol.

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  • Safdar Hashmi (12 April 1954 – 2 January 1989) was a communist playwright and director, best known for his work with street theatre in India. He was also an actor, lyricist, and theorist, and he is still considered an important voice in Indian political theatre. He was a founding member of Jana Natya Manch (People's Theatre Front; JANAM for short) in 1973, which grew out of the Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA). He was murdered in 1989 in Jhandapur, while performing a street play, Halla Bol. (en)
  • Safdar Hashmi (Hindi: सफ़दर हाशमी; * 12. April 1954 in Delhi; † 2. Januar 1989 in Neu-Delhi) war ein indischer Dramatiker, Theaterregisseur und Schauspieler. Er gehörte zu den bedeutendsten Vertretern des linkspolitischen indischen Straßentheaters. Bis zu seinem Tod hatte Hashmi etwa 4000 Auftritte in 24 verschiedenen Stücken. (de)
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  • Safdar Hashmi (12 April 1954 – 2 January 1989) was a communist playwright and director, best known for his work with street theatre in India. He was also an actor, lyricist, and theorist, and he is still considered an important voice in Indian political theatre. He was a founding member of Jana Natya Manch (People's Theatre Front; JANAM for short) in 1973, which grew out of the Indian People's Theatre Association (IPTA). He was murdered in 1989 in Jhandapur, while performing a street play, Halla Bol. (en)
  • Safdar Hashmi (Hindi: सफ़दर हाशमी; * 12. April 1954 in Delhi; † 2. Januar 1989 in Neu-Delhi) war ein indischer Dramatiker, Theaterregisseur und Schauspieler. Er gehörte zu den bedeutendsten Vertretern des linkspolitischen indischen Straßentheaters. Bis zu seinem Tod hatte Hashmi etwa 4000 Auftritte in 24 verschiedenen Stücken. (de)
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