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The veteran theatre personality Anamika is a product of the National School of Drama, New Delhi and the State Institute of Theatrical Arts, Moscow. Her debut short-film Pagdandi was released in 2013 and since then she has assisted and acted in many documentaries, apart from training actors. In 1998, she directed the play‘Reminiscences of Krishna’, the first Indo-Soviet Theatrical Production brought to the country at the Indo–USSR Festival.

In 1989,she directed Dakghar, writted by Tagore and the next year she directed Vivek ka Oota Sapna. Her other directoiral ventures include The Great Coat (1991),  Antaryatra (1992), Raj Darpan (1994), Secret Garden (1996),Hooriya (1997), Kisi Shaam Yun Hi (1998), Riders to the Sea-Synge (2000), Baavala (2000), Nireeksha (2005), Dreams (2006), Uchakka (2008) etc. Her written plays are Reminiscences of Krishna and Adaptation of Gogols (Ukrainian writer), Viy, Overcoat, Antaryatra, Raj Darpan, Hooriya. She has also writer scripts for two films.

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