Theatre Plays

NCR Has Many Plays Playing, Take Your Pick

Upcoming Plays in NCR
Written by Ankkit Siingh

If you live in the NCR region, then you would have access to the best events because they are many happening in the region. But that is not we are going to talk about. The whole point of this article is going to be about plays that are happening in the region. The plays that are happening in the region are not only entertaining, but will also have you pondering over the many issues that we have in society today.

So here is a look at some of the plays that are happening in the NCR region.

On the lookout for a superbly crafted play? Then Maharathi is exactly what you were looking for. The play is written by Vibhanshu Vaibhav and the inspiration for the play is taken by the events that transpired in the great Indian epic, Mahabharata. The play is based on the life of Karna. It explores the identity crisis that the protagonist has to constantly go through due to the fact that he was abandoned at birth.

Toba Tek Singh
This one is special. Seldom do you come across a play that is so moving at its core that it compels you to rethink some of the notions in your mind. The plot of the play happens to be set in the years after 1947 Partition. This is the time when the government of the two countries make a pact to exchange their people based on the religion they are from. The protagonist of the play is Bishan Singh, a Sikh inmate of an asylum based in Lahore. He is from the town of of Toba Tek Singh. As part of the pact of exchange, Bishan Singh is sent under police escort to India, but upon learning the fact that his town is now in Pakistan he refuses to leave. What happens next will have you thinking about the many human constructs like nationality and identity.

Chidiya Aur Chaand
Two people amidst the hustle of the city Delhi try finding solace and come to terms with the reality that governs them. Monika discovers that she is governed by her desires and this takes us into the life of the people and how they deal with the problems that they are confronted with.

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