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Meeta has written and produced three short films, as well as a serial for television. She has worked as executive producer on the award winning film 'The name of a River' (A BFI (London)- NFDC (India)- Bangladesh film co-prodution). She has worked in off-beat cinema as well as in commercial roles. She has worked in theatre and has written scripts as well. Since 2004, she has performed her solo play in English, Hindi and Kashmiri, titled, 'Lal Ded', based on life of medieval Kashmiri mystic Lal Ded, all over India [1][2]. Due to her roles that often challenge the superficially-traditional outlook of the Indian society, she is often labelled a "non-conforming artiste" by the media. Apart from acting, Meeta is also actively involved in social work. She has worked with children in remand homes and with sex workers (she started a theatre troupe by enlisting 30 sex workers).
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A post-graduate in literature from Punjab University, Chandigarh and a graduate from the National School of Drama (Delhi) she is also visiting faculty to some of the premier design, film and theatre institutes of India---the NIFT (Delhi), FTII (Pune), NSD (Delhi) and the NID (Ahmedabad). She has also conducted theatre workshops in the UK (London, Birmingham, Leichester) and in Damascus. She teaches students of fashion design, film direction and acting, using theatre techniques. Meeta has written and produced three short films, as well as a serial for television.


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