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Akathya - Somethings Are Best Unspoken

Comedy | Hindi | Age 16+


Somethings are best unspoken

This is a black and white fantasy of eternal love.

The love story is of a 72 years old man and a 70 years old woman which was never spoken of and was left unfinished. Although they are in their 70s, you see them as 20 years olds, because love is forever young. They parted their ways years ago only to meet each other now; the circumstance: the man is informed by the woman's grand-daughter that she is on her deathbed and wants to meet him. On their meeting the woman insists on reliving, before she passes away, one last time, the good memories they shared together.

As they dive deep into their past memories, they discover each other's insecurities, mindsets, and unfulfilled desires, which were never spoken, heard or discussed.

This causes a change in their perception, but is it too late now?

About the Theatre Company: 

Rangaai Theatre Company is Mumbai’s only immersive sensory experience theatre company which is best known for their play The Darkroom Project and The Darkroom 2.0. These plays have been rated 4 stars by Times of India and have been extensively published in all major English dailies. Rangaai Theatre company has performed more than 65 shows of their play The Darkroom 2.0 across all intimate theatre venues in Mumbai. 

Currently, they are working on 2 other new experimental productions namely UNTITLED - The narrations of an ordeal, a completely immersive sensory experience performance art piece and A romantic drama Vaapsi ki Barish - A multi-media performance piece which is specifically designed for a unique Host-A-Play concept. 

About the Director: 

Tushar Dalvi is the founder and artistic director of Rangaai Theatre Company (Est. 2016), he started his career in theatre with Marathi one-act theatre competitions in 2006 and has worked with several young and prominent theatre directors in Marathi. Tushar was also a member of youth theatre wing of Live Theatre, Newcastle, UK and has performed in 2 of their youth theatre productions while his stay in Briton. Recently he has also worked with some prominent names in Hindi and English theatre directors like Atul Kumar, Sujay Sable, Rachel D’souza, and Bijon Mondal. He is currently also part of a new English play directed by Faezeh Jalali.  

The team:

Direction: Tushar Tukaram Dalvi

Writer: Mayur Dhamapurkar

Cast: Jyoti Verma, Sachin Prajapati, Shivam Dwivedi

Crew: Mustufaiz Ansari, Priyank Nagar, Nikhil Pawar


  • Age Limit: 16+
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