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We live in the time of facile relationships; where inner bonding is being substituted by outer spectacles. The permanence of partnership is being overtaken by skin-deep achievements of ‘relationship goals’. From the rubble of modern-day love, emerges “Amodito Roddur”. It is a two-act play directed by Debesh Chattopadhyay. The first act has been penned by Chattopadhyay himself; while Nirmal Verma lends literacy magic for the second act. It is neither a retelling of contemporary love nor an inquisition against its failure. “Amodito Roddur” is a fleeting glance at the very essence of love. Ankita Majhi’s glance in the first act is as furtive as two souls falling in love at first sight; while Arpita Ghosh’s glance in the second act is drenched in the melancholy of a long lost past. They are searching for the love they once had. With nostalgia as our vessel, we journey with these two women to find our own glance.