Anjum Rajabali on How is the Mahabharata Useful for Screenwriters: Being regarded as one of the greatest stories ever means that this epic’s storytelling fundamentals are very solid. So, today how relevant is the study of its characters and how their inner problems determine the course of the story? Likewise, what do we learn from its structure and narrative rhythm? This lecture, by screenwriter and teacher Anjum Rajabali, is being repeated on huge public demand.

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About Anjum Rajabali

Anjum Rajabali is a veteran Indian screenwriter and teacher. He has written films like Drohkaal (1994), Ghulam (1998), The Legend of Bhagat Singh (2002) and Raajneeti (2010). He is also known for his leadership and lobbying for the rights of Indian screenwriters, as a senior activist of the Screenwriters Association, India.

About Tulsea

Tulsea is a strategic talent and content management company, based in Mumbai and Los Angeles, with the vision to enable and expand the content ecosystem by ensuring that filmmakers are valued and treated fairly. Tulsea’s clients have been involved with creating several landmark movies and series including Uri, Piku, Lipstick Under My Burkha, Masaan, Fire in the Blood, Sacred Games, Mirzapur, Made in Heaven, Leila, Ghoul, and the upcoming Paatal Lok to name a few.