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Chacha Chhakkan Ke Karnaame

Chacha Chhakkan Ke Karnaame

Drama | Hindustani

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Veda Factory: Mumbai | 250

The latest one from the Kirdaar-“Chacha Chchakkan Ke Kaarnaame” – is a humorous reflection of life.  


The play is penned by renowned playwright Qudsiya Zaidi. 


It centers around Chacha Chakkan, a 45-year-old gentleman, and his family, particularly his wife known as Chachi. It brings into focus the quirky misadventures of Chacha Chakkan in view of his uncalled for a penchant for interfering in household affairs. 


It begins with Chacha Chakkan’s chaotic search for his lost “Eyeglasses”. Interestingly, he does so while wearing the same. By afternoon, he decides to take care of his ailing son but ends up messing it up by administering wrong dosages of right medicine to the patient. Not discouraged by his idiocy, he, in the evening, decides to manage himself the task of giving out dirty clothes to the washerwoman. He, this time, finishes up giving away the clean dresses for being washed, including the golden button-studded silk short of his wife.


Premiered in October 2018, the play has 15 shows to its credit, performed in Delhi, Mumbai, Chandigarh, Bhopal, Lucknow, Bareilly, Ghaziabad, Gurgaon, etc.

Excerpts From Press Reviews:

Chacha Chakkan In Action is a hilarious exposure of life in and around us  -- The Hindustan Times


Even without its giveaway name, M Sayeed Alam as Chacha Chakkan is the star attraction of the play, carrying the lead role with impressive aplomb – The Hindu


A play that makes you laugh all the way, from beginning to end without indulging into any farcical and made up the situation  – Mid-Day (Mumbai) 


A very, very funny account of the life of a man who can not imagine going wrong, but is always doing wrong to family friends and others – The Tribune (Chandigarh)


The play kept the funny bone of the audiences tickling with the best kind of verbal comedy not seen in Chandigarh since a long time – Amar Ujala (Chandigarh) 


The play captures the little details of the quotidian life of an ordinary family and depicts the socio-cultural milieu of our country in a light, humorous way -  The Indian Express

Qudsiya Zaidi’s genius scripting and Iqbal-Alam’s careful artistic directions never dilute the edge of comedy and you laugh exactly where you  are intended to – The Pioneer

 

A Laugh Riot -- do not miss the performance of Pierrot’s Troupe’s Celebrated Hindi Comedy, Chacha, Chachi & Children – The Hindustan Times (National Edition)  

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