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"He's taken the stage by storm. English, Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu ….language holds no bars. But that is the essential Feroz Khan: driven, smitten and raring to go".Leela Jacinto in The Metropolis.

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"I don't believe in intellectual terrorism. Theatre should be stimulating." Feroz Khan
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"By breaking new grounds in form and content, Feroz Khan's plays resuscitate the hope that theatre is still viable" Rajiv Tikoo, Financial Express.
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At the forefront of Indian theatre today, Feroz Abbas Khan is recognized as much for exploring new forms, as for bringing Hindi theatre, mainstream recognition. In a career spanning more than two decades, he has directed some of India’s finest acting talent, both from stage and cinema.

From the intensely contemplative to the utterly exhilarating, from autobiographical one man shows to two character plays to full scale musicals….his pioneering productions have traveled extensively in India and abroad. His plays have been staged to packed audiences and international critical acclaim. The Lincoln centre and the United Nations in New York, the Memorial Hall-Stanford University, the Universal Studios Amphi-theatre in Los Angeles, the waterman’s Arts Centre in London and the Durban Playhouse in South Africa are some of the theatres he has performed at. He continues to travel wit his powerful plays to Europe, North America, Far East Asia, Middle East, South East Asia and South Africa.

As the first artistic director of the prestigious Prithvi Theatre in Mumbai, the throbbing hub of the young, the talented and the restless; Feroz was instrumental in introducing the concept of International Theatre Festivals in India.

Proficient in various languages, he blends the Eastern tradition of story telling with Western sensibilities and modernity. His production of Peter Shaffer’s epic play ‘The Royal Hunt of The Sun’ and the recent contemporary Indian adaptation of Arthur Miller’s classic ‘Death of a Salesman’ are considered landmark event’s in Indian theatre.

His English theatre production of Mahatma v/s Gandhi created a sensation wherever it was staged. Major newspapers in India wrote laudatory editorials, news channels like BBC and NKK in Japan featured it in their prime time news and The New York Times called it “ The finest English play to emerge from India in a long time.”

With ‘Gandhi My Father’ Feroz makes his first foray into the arena of motion picture.

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