Watch Naseeruddin Shah Perform On Stage At Prithvi Theatre

Watch Naseeruddin Shah Perform On Stage At Prithvi Theatre

By Manasi Rawalgaonkar18 November, 2020 2 min read
Watch Naseeruddin Shah Perform On Stage At Prithvi Theatre

If you consider yourself a theatre aficionado and have missed going to your favourite theatre, we have some great news for you. Oh, and if you’re a huge fan of regional language plays, we have some great news for you too. Here’s what’s in store for you.

‘Baa Hu Tane Kyan Raakhu’

Rohini Hattangadi plays Mangala Divechi, a widow who’s caught between her two sons and their family drama in this Gujarati comedy.
Director: Vipul Mehta
Cast: Rohini Hattangadi, Sanjay Goradia, Parag Shah, Tullika Patel
When: Friday, November 20 to Sunday, November 22 at 7.30pm.

‘Dear Aajo’

A relationship between a grandchild and a grandparent is always special. However, that’s not the case for Shanu (Mayuri Deshmukh) and her grumpy aajoba (Sanjay Mone). The wild child leaves America after her parents’ death to live with her sole surviving relative in India and over time, they slowly but surely form a connection.
Director: Ajit Bhure
Cast: Mayuri Deshmukh, Sanjay Mone
When: Friday, November 20 to Sunday, November 22 at 7.30pm.

‘Motley’s Einstein’

You probably know a lot about Albert Einstein the world-famous theoretical physicist who gave us the Theory of Relativity and Mass-Energy Equivalence formula aka the world’s most famous equation. Now, get to know Einstein the man – his humour, fears, doubts, disappointments and accomplishments in this English play (pictured above) written by Gabriel Emanuel and performed by Naseeruddin Shah.
Director: Naseeruddin Shah
Co-directors: Ratna Pathak Shah, Arghya Lahiri
Cast: Naseeruddin Shah
When: Thursday, November 26 to Sunday, November 29 at 9pm.
Where: Prithvi Theatre, Janki Kutir, Juhu

‘Hasat Khelat’

Maharashtra’s golden on-screen and off-screen couple, Ashok and Nivedita Saraf come together in the Marathi comedy, Hasat Khelat. It all starts with the oldest trick in the comedy of errors book – the wife suspects the husband of having an affair and everything that can go wrong does.
Director: Vinay Lad
Cast: Ashok Saraf, Nivedita Joshi Saraf, Vinay Yedkar, Madhavi Gogte, Nandu Gadgil, Smita Tambe
When: Friday, November 27 to Sunday, November 29 at 7.30pm.

‘Maniben.Com’

As the name suggests, this Gujarati play focuses on the comedic adventures of Maniben (Ketaki Dave) who has swapped her middle class roots for a posh upgrade. From learning English to attempting high fashion and participating in the Mrs World paegant, keep up with Maniben’s never-ending hilarious woes.
Director: Imtiaz Patel
Cast: Ketaki Dave, Dilip Darbar, Kalyani Thakkar, Chintan Mehta
When: Friday, November 27 to Sunday, November 29 at 7.30pm.

For the entire list of plays, see here.

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Tags: #English plays #Gujarati Plays #Marathi Plays #Mayuri Deshmukh #Naseeruddin Shah #Online Plays #Regional Theatre #Rohini Hattangadi #Sanjay Mone #Theatre
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