With an uber-talented (and young) cast and crew, this play is fresh, fun and downright entertaining. No wonder Amar Photo Studio has been running successfully for quite some time and going by the looks of it, it is going to continue its glorious run.

Produced by Sunil Barve and directed by the very talented (and young) Nipun Dharmadhikari, the play boasts a promising star cast, brimming with enthusiasm and talent. The premise of the play is that a 27-year-old Apurva or Apu (Suvrat Joshi) is set to leave for the US for higher studies. His girlfriend Tanu (Sakhi Gokhale) is a practical person who insists that long distance relationships don't work and it's best they break up. Apu has a demon of his own to deal with. His father, all of 27, had walked out on him and his mother. So did his grandfather. Tanu can relate as her father and mother are divorced. They both struggle with this and are looking for closure. Apu and Tanu walk into Amar Photo Studio to get some photographs for Apu's Visa. This is when the play switches gears and everything goes topsy-turvy. Towards the end, they both find the closure they seek.

Amar Photo Studio: Play Review - BookMyShow

Amar Photo Studio is fresh in terms of the plot, the dialogues, and the narrative. The whole stage is filled with energy, the dialogues make contemporary references (as opposed to many other Marathi plays), which is refreshing and a welcome change. This makes it a great watch for youngsters. Considering not many Marathi youngsters actively watch plays anymore, Amar Photo Studio might change this. The story is a little complicated and seems a bit stretched in places. However, it's a minor flaw compared to how much Amar Photo Studio entertains you. Whether it is because of Dil Dosti Duniyadari or otherwise, the entire cast is in sync and complement each other.

Sakhi Gokhale is flawless from the word go. She looks great and is a super actress. Suvrat Joshi, Pooja Thombre and Siddhesh Purkar are perfect in their roles. Sakhi and Suvrat make a very adorable pair, even when they are bickering (like couples do in real life). However, you just cannot get enough of Amey Wagh! His web series with the director Nipun Dharmadhikari, Casting Couch, is getting a lot of attention and appreciation, and their “awesomesauce” chemistry shows on stage. Amey Wagh has perfect comic timing and kills it in (spoiler alert) every role he plays on the stage. In all, if you are looking to watch a “darjedaar naatak”, this is a safe bet.

Disclaimer: If the dates for this event have expired, it means that there are no upcoming shows for the same. Dates will be updated once new shows are scheduled by the organizer. Keep checking this space for more.  

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  1. Chrishemsworthistheone

    May 4, 2017 at 2:26 pm

    this is a very good post. thank u for sharing

  2. kitabghar

    June 10, 2017 at 6:49 pm

    saw amar photo studio today play is good concept is fabulous actors are versatile especially suvrat joshi is very talented. This is a play of todays generation 

    And the young crowd cheered and was thrilled.though I am old I am very much interested in theatre of new generation.Only shortcoming was length of the play

    If you can curtail some part in the second act where it becmes dragging it will be a crisp comedy with lots of potential.Ienjoyed play .It has repeat audience potential very good

  3. Vaidehi

    March 3, 2018 at 11:58 am

    It is the story of a journey, of young couple having aimless routine engaged in energy demanding rat race of life. Both  of them accuse their father for not to fulfill family needs according to earthly expectations. They seemed to have lost trust in Love and relationship. Here we started feeling boring about the old melodramatic concept… but suddenly whole theme changes  and then starts roller coaster of emotions, happiness, sad history, affection, sacrifices etc. etc. You will stay glued to your chair and each member of team shows versatile interactive full of  "oh-what-is-this" energy. A must 
    must watch with full family from 7 to 70 year old.   

  4. Jagruti

    March 5, 2018 at 1:01 am

    Today I saw this drama n thas really a good experience for me.  The concept is little complicated bt acting is awesome. Me n my friends are already huge fans of dil dosti duniyadari team. The second part of act is little serious kind which is good bt its like breaking of comedy link so please make it more comedy. 

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