'Big B'? No, not Mr. Bachchan, it's Mr. Premchan(d). It's the 'Ind-lish' and the dramatic version of the latter's celebrated Hindi short-story 'Bade Bhai Saheb'.
It's a full-length play
the first of its kind the first ever in 'Broken English'. Savor it.
Do not go outside, it is very 'nighty'. I am 'well' but my brother is in well. Knife without K is like Chaku without Cha, only Ku Churi without Chu, only Ri.
It's about two English-educated-Hindi-speaking brothers the studious Kamta Prasad and the sporty Samta Prasad. No wonder, the play revolves around History and Hockey
, Geography and Gulli Danda and Chemistry and Cricket, too. And also Rekha Ganit.. Kamta's favorite . as Rekha is his heartthrob and the daughter of Ganit teacher. So also Algebra, defined by Samta as "a subject on which even Allah has no Jabr.
In addition.. Well, The rest needs to be seen.
The play features some prominent talents of the country; including Ahmad Omair, Tanay Tarney and Dr M Sayeed Alam -- a team that has together performed this play more than 100 times all over the country and abroad.
The play has been scripted and directed by Dr M Sayeed Alam and Niti Phool, reputed for their penchant for Humorous, Historical and Historic plays.
The play is produced by Pierrots Troupe - the theater company credited with giving many new, original and entertaining productions to Hindi, Urdu and English Theatre: Ghalib In New Delhi, Maulana Azad, Big B, Ghalib, K L Saigal, Sons of Babur, Ghalib Ke Khat, Shah Jahan-O-Mumtaz, Pakistan Aur Alzheimers, To Gandhi Ji With Spelling Mistakes, Raja Nahar Singh, Mohan Se Mahatma etc.