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tamasha

(təˈmɑːʃə)
n
(in India) a show; entertainment
[C17: via Urdu from Arabic: a stroll, saunter]

ta•ma•sha

(təˈmɑ ʃə)

n., pl. -shas. (in S Asia)
1. a spectacle.
2. commotion.
[1680–90; < Urdu < Persian tamāshā a stroll < Arabic]
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LAHORE -- Executive Director of Lahore arts council (Alhamra) Capt A(r) Atta Mohammad Khan has directed the producers of stage dramas, Ayenak wala jin, Ala din ka chiragh and Putli Tamasha, to include the scripts for giving education to children to remain away from unknown persons and do not eat anything offered by unknown people.
A brief description of the show appears on the Tamasha theatre company's website, saying: "We are thrilled to announce that our site-specific community project in which real-life minicab drivers perform monologues to customers in the backs of their cabs, Taxi Tales has been commissioned to be adapted into a 30-minute television episode to be broadcast on a Saturday night on BBC2 in 2018.
I am playing a salesman who is very clever and can harm anyone for the sake of his own profit," Khan, who has featured in movies like Tamasha and Jolly LLB , said in a statement.
The two have worked together in Love Aaj Kal and Tamasha.
Rizvi's published works included novels Marvi Aur Marjina, The Peacock Valley; short stories Chashme Tamasha, Hath Bachney Waley, Pursay Ka Mausam, Internet Cafe, Oxygen, and Darya Ka Ghar.
Imtiaz, whose last directorial Jab Harry Met Sejal failed to garner the response that the team had expected, made Love Aaj Kal, Rockstar, Cocktail, Highway and Tamasha after the success of Jab We Met.
The Tamasha star said he is the most educated member in his family.
Sukhija owns CP's two most successful brands, The Lord of the Drinks and Tamasha, and he claims confidently that these are India's No.
After that he only said yes to ShekharKapur'sPaani, Imtiaz Ali's Tamasha and Rhea Kapoor's film.
Ms Diwekar's clients include Indian actress Kareena Kapoor who has written a personal note in the nutritionist's second book Women and the Weight Loss Tamasha.
These competing narratives prompted the activity of emerging Black companies such as Temba and Talawa, and their South Asian counterparts such as Tamasha and Tara Arts in the 1970s and 1980s, which proved to be a prolific period for Black theatre in Britain, despite setbacks and difficulties in securing funding (31).
Tenders are invited for BT Renewal Work on Bamuriya Chhevlai Tamasha Piprai Road in Km 4/6 to 4/10 Km 7 to 10 Length 4.