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``Haanush`` -  A Kannada Play

``Haanush`` - A Kannada Play

Drama | Kannada | Age 8+

Ranga Shankara: Bengaluru | 100

In the grand history of humankind, there is a constant suppression of human creativity in the background of religion and politics. These innate human skills, art, and innovations have taken the back seat in the large schemes of power struggle, business, wars, and blood path. Even the mid-century Europe is no exception to this. Play unveils the folklore, which might have taken place in Prague (in Present-day Czech-Republic) in and around the 15 th century. The play showcases the conflicts between religion, power, and art of that era. With the inventions of sailing ship and new sea-routes, there was a steep rise in the power of the merchants. With churches and regimes already in the long history of power struggle, this added the new dimensions to the political circumstances. In this critical situation of human history, any inventions, theories were seen as a key political gain. So all the powerhouses are in constant desperation to claim any new innovations.

At this situation, an ordinary key-maker, Haanush, invents a new mechanical clock. The story revolves around the struggles, challenges of his and after-effects of these ground-breaking innovations. The all-time relevant story of the play does not limit itself with the political groundings but also explores the emotional and philosophical levels of human nature.


Artists- Muralidhara Holla, Ashika, Pavan H S, Gagan , Sindhu Purohith, Rakesh, Varun, Darshan, Kaushik, Pramod Bharath. 


  • Age Limit: 8+
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  • Tickets once booked cannot be exchanged or refunded.
  • Auditorium doors close at 7.30 pm. 
  • Latecomers not permitted and Children below the age of 8 (eight) not allowed in the auditorium.
  • No eatables, beverages & photo/video recording allowed inside the auditorium.
  • Free seating.
  • Use of mobile phones and laptops is prohibited inside the auditorium.