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Samudra Manthan - A Sailing Fairy Tale

Samudra Manthan - A Sailing Fairy Tale

Musical, Romantic, Suspense

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Jashwant Thaker Memorial Foundation (JTMF), a city-based trust set-up in the memory of one of the pioneers of the modern Gujarati theatre actor, director-Late Jashwant Thaker, is organizing a first full length Gujarati theater festival in collaboration of 150 actors and technicians associated with JTMF at Thakorbhai Desai Hall, Ahmedabad.
This theatre festival will be celebrating his birth centenary.

There will be sale of Festival Pass and Daily Pass.

The festival will span over two days May 6 and 7, 2017 a major treat for theatre lovers as back to back enactment of three blockbuster Original Gujarati plays, 'Akoopar', 'Samudra Manthan' and 'Dhaad' written by stalwarts of Gujarati Literature Shri Dhruv Bhatt, Su Shri Devaki, Shri Vinesh Antani and are directed by Aditi desai (daughter ,2nd generation of Jashwant Thaker ), acted By Devaki and Saumya Thaker (3rd generation of Jashwant Thaker) with well known actors Abhinay banker, Gaurang Anand, Ankit Gor, Hetal Modi, Harsh Thakkar, Mayur Chauhan, Raksha Naik, Tushar Tripathi, Gopal hari, Hiren patel and 70 actors, dancers on stage.
There will be a also small visual exhibition of his life and work and a show case of an Award winning documentary on Jashwant Thaker- 'Gujarati Rangbhoomi na kalakar- Jashwant Thaker '- of 17 min.42 seconds.

Samudra Manthan is a fictional story on the lives of Gujarati Kharwas. A play that promises cinematic experience in a drama. A never-seen before production in Gujarati Theatre. With the grandeur of elaborated dances, haunting melodies and power-packed performances, Samudra Manthan promises romance, action and suspense, all just in 2 entertaining hours.
It is genesis of a Nakhuda, the term used for a captain of the ship in Kharwas. A churning in the mid sea that brings out all the Navarasas of human emotions. A play that just doesn't stop at being a Gujarati story but has the most universal appeal.