Aaj Tak reintroduces ‘Sahitya Aaj Tak’

Aaj Tak reintroduces ‘Sahitya Aaj Tak’

The fifth edition of the show will take place from 18 to 20 November.


Mumbai: Aaj Tak is reintroducing its well-liked literary program, Sahitya Aaj Tak. The fifth edition of the show will take place at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium in New Delhi from 18 to 20 November after a three-year break caused by covid.

Sahitya Aaj Tak is a unique occasion that connects people to the literary and cultural worlds. Aaj Tak conceptualised and created the three-day event, allowing attendees to interact with a wide range of top legendary talent under one roof while directly listening to, watching, and meeting celebrities from the literary, artistic, and cultural worlds. Sahitya Aaj Tak offers free admission.

One such effort by Aaj Tak to help today's youth and society better understand and connect with the world of Sahitya is this distinctive festival connecting various streams of Sahitya. The programme will feature authors, academics, composers, musicians, actors, columnists, business executives, poets, and theatre performers whose work has had a lasting impact on audiences.

Artists will reunite this year on a single stage once more to introduce guests to their ideas, voices, and performances.

Sahitya Aaj Tak is a forum where one can engage with authors and their works from all over India who have sparked their wanderlust while also challenging their minds with thought-provoking debates. Additionally, the event will include provocative conversations with notable leaders, novelty topics, and other topics. The addition of movie stars will energise an already impressive list of literary luminaries.

Live performances by B Praak and Asees Kaur will adorn Sahitya Aaj Tak. Names of the other great personalities who will shine on the show's stage this year are as follows:

  •     Afsana Khan
  •     Bhupender Yadav
  •     Vikram Sampat
  •     Ashwin Sanghi
  •     Chetan Bhagat
  •     Prasoon Joshi
  •     Nasera Sharma
  •     Ashok Vajpeyi
  •     Anamika
  •     Arun Kamal
  •     Nand Kishor Acharya
  •     Naresh Saxena
  •     Leeladhar Jagudi
  •     Surender Mohan Pathak
  •     Rajesh Joshi
  •     Kabir Bedi
  •     Swanand Kirkire
  •     Morari Bapu
  •     Deepti Naval
  •     Kailash Satyarthi
  •     Mridula Garg
  •     Wasim Barelvi
  •     Sheen Kaaf Nizam
  •     Nawaz Deobandi
  •     Mahua Maji