Indian experienced playwright person and theatre director Habib Tanvir has expired at aged 85 after a brief ill health. This source is taken from his family member. Tanvir was admitting to hospital in the central city of Bhopal. He admits at list three weeks ago with mouthful of air involvedness.
Tanvir wrote popular plays like Agra Bazar and Charandas Chor and won several prestigious Indian and international awards for his work. Born 1. September 1923 at Raipur (in Madhya Pradesh), Tanvir started his career as a journalist and went on to become a playwright. In 1959 he founded a theater company called Naya Theater. He was nominated as a member of India's upper house parliament, the Rajya SABHA, from 1972 two 1978.