Sharman Joshi who has inked his profile as a versatile actor in the bollywood with his latest movies like Hate Story 3 and Wajah Tum Ho has made a comeback to the stage, essaying four characters in the play Raju Raja Ram Aur Mein. The actor makes his comeback to the stage after 10 years in the Kedar Shinde steered laugh riot. Not an easy task to essay four extremely diverse characters, the actor keeps in mind the particular timing when each character makes his entry, so that bloopers would not happen with the multiple entries and exits. Joshi juggles these characters with such flamboyance, seamlessly slipping into each one of them with literally no efforts. This is a Hindi version of the Marathi original, Sahi Re Sahi and is brought to us by Sharman Joshi Productions. Sharman has traversed a familiar terrain having successfully staged the Gujarati version of the play, Ame Lai Gaya Tamhe Rahi Gaya, a decade ago.
This masterpiece is directed and written by Kedar Shinde and stars Sharman Joshi, Rajesh Bhosale, Rajesh Singh, Dipna Patel, Namya Saxena, Pradeep Vengurlekar, Esha Wadhnerkar and Vivek Ashok Desai. Raju Raja Ram aur Main is a story of an Industrialist Madan Sukhnandani who catches his second wife red-handed with her lover. The lover is none other than his very own personal Assistant. With tempers running high, the husband falls prey to the cheating wife and gets murdered. While the corpse is hidden, hilarity ensues as an imposter is brought in to get the property willed to the wife. This extraordinary and hilarious play will be showcased at NCPA Theatre on February 12, is also one of the top plays in mumbai.
National Centre for the Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai., is India's preeminent cultural institution. Incepted in 1967, it was the first multi- genre cultural and art centre in South Asia. The NCPA is committed to preserve and promote India's rich and vibrant artistic heritage in the fields of music, dance, literature, theatre, film and photography. It also aims at facilitating as well as presenting innovative work by Indian and international artists from a diverse range of genres including orchestral concerts, opera, drama, contemporary dance and jazz music. Today, the NCPA hosts more than 700 theatre events and plays in mumbai. each year and is one of India's most prestigious arts centres.
So if you’re in the mood to go for a nice play, light at heart and watch Sharman Joshi performing live in one of the finest events in NCPA Mumbai, go for this spectacular show on 12th February at NCPA Theatre. This play will definitely make your weekend worth a watch. Go there with your friends, family and colleagues if you want a break from the regular monotony of your daily life. The time has already come,
Written By: Archit Chawla.