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AICA to mark Sir Syed Ahmad Khan’s Birth Anniversary
October 25, 2016, 5:35 pm
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The All India Cultural Association (AICA) proudly celebrates the birth anniversary of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, Founder of Aligarh Muslim University on Thursday, 10 November at the Indian Embassy auditorium from 6 pm onwards.

A monologue by renowned theatre artist Major Mohammad Ali Shah, a special performance by Radio Mirchi (Dubai) fame, RJ Naved Khan and an Urdu play 'A Letter to Gandhi' by Mujeeb Akhtar and team.will be a part of the celebrations.

Major Shah who has a variety of theatre productions to his credit is also a film actor and social activist. Son of Lt. Gen. Zameer Uddin Shah, Former Deputy Chief of The Army Staff, former member Armed Forces Tribunal and currently the Vice Chancellor of the Aligarh Muslim University. He is the nephew of legendary actor Naseeruddin Shah.

He has performed in many Bollywood movies such as Agent Vinod, Haider, The Great Indian Tamasha, Bajrangi Bhaijaan and The Ruffian. He also has several awards under his belt. These include Best Actor at Delhi International Film Festival for The Ruffian.

RJ Naved is a mimicry master and his show 'Mirchi Murga' on Radio Mirchi has gained international name and fame through social media. Be it speaking about various issues happening in our society to offering a daily dose of laughter on radio, Naved seems to know the pulse of his audience.

His show won the Best Radio Sparkler at Excellence in Radio Awards for three consecutive years and he has also won “Golden Mike RJ of the Year” Award & “Indian Icon Award” along with a “National Television Award” for 2G, a Funny Political Satire Show (TV category).

AICA, known for presenting quality literary programs, has conducted several successful mushairas (poetry recitals), ghazal concerts and cultural events in the past. For more details about the program, please contact at 50208882 or 99199642.

 

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