A number of theatre-loving students of historical Murari Chand College in Sylhet were looking for a platform, a launching pad to start a theatre movement. They were desperate to share their thoughts and aspirations with the community of youth who, they thought, have veered away from the values and spirit of the War of Liberation. Theatre Murarichand was formed in 2013 with the commitment to build a cultural movement based on the spirit of the War of Liberation. They began their activities on the college campus and attracted a lot audience among the student community. Since inception, the group has come up with a total of 16 theatrical productions. They have staged plays outside the campus as well. In this short span of time, the group has succeeded in creating a calendar of their own cultural events which now has a close following in the cultural arena of Sylhet. One of the most significant achievements of the group is managing to attract a number of women to join their movement. Some of them regularly perform for them on stage as well. The college authorities also supports them strongly. Their prominence as a theatre group is currently on the rise. The spirit of the War of Liberation and Bengali values are omnipresent in their performances. The plays are imbued with messages to foster social awareness among the audience.