Ek Aur Dronacharya is a thought-provoking classic and a hard-hitting play. It depicts the conflict of a teacher who is the modern inheritor of Dronacharyas legacy.
Dronacharya was a master in the art of archery and scriptures, pressured by his wife's sense of insecurity generated by hunger and poverty. He had to accept service as a teacher to the Kaurava princes. In the course of time, this subordination becomes a way of life.
In the play, Arvind is a college professor who wants to restore honesty, discipline and a sense of character building in academic life which has been taken over by corruption and finally he become s a victim of power and politics.
In the play, the two stories running parallel are interwoven together.