Hindi and Urdu Writer Reoti Saran Sharma is No Longer Between Us [ Current News (Concise) ]
Reoti Saran Sharma a well-known Hindi and Urdu writer, playwright, and television personality took his last breath in New Delhi at the age of 92 years.He was the first person to write plays for All India Radio (AIR).
About Reoti Saran Sharma
- Penned more than 150 radio plays at the AIR. Some of his famous plays were translated into regional languages.
Some of his well-known plays are:
- Na Dharam Na Iman
- Andehere ka Beta
Created many memorable television serials including:
- Phir Wahi Talaash
- Aur Bhi Gam Hain Zamane Mein
- The Great Maratha
- Contributed extensively to the theatre (dramatic literature and performance). He was awarded with Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2007 and the Ghalib Award.
About Sangeet Natak Akademi Award or Akademi Award
- Music, Dance & Drama award given by the Sangeet Natak Akademi to recognize arts in India.
- Highest Indian honour bestowed to practicing artists.
- Was founded in 1952.
- The award consists Rs. 50,000, a citation, an angavastram (a shawl), and a tamrapatra (a brass plaque).
The awards are given in various categories including:
- Traditional arts
About All India Radio (AIR)
- Founded in 1930 and is also known as Akashvani.
- National public radio broadcaster of India and a part of Prasar Bharati and Doordarshan (the national public television broadcaster runs as a sister service).
- Reaches more than 99% of the Indian Population and is one of the biggest network in the world.
- Headquartered at Akashvani Bhavan, New Delhi.
- Published/Last Modified on: September 26, 2016