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Punjabi Theatre
Punjabi theatre initially began with a focus on the middle class and their needs and sensibilities. It developed significantly and took on a more professional and technically sound outlook when it came into contact with the National School of Drama which enabled it to come into contact with the theatre of other regions of India.
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