Solo Performances of Hindustani Short Stories
Chechak Ke Daag:
A beautiful bride sees the groom for the first time on her wedding day. Her dreams turn into a nightmare; the prince’s face is not so charming. Is beauty in the eyes of the beholder?
Rajinder Singh Bedi (1 September 1915 – 11 November 1984) wrote of lives that were commonplace but hidden in their very ordinariness, the human spirit shone through in all its lustre and brilliance. His gift for finding the inner meaning in outer reality took Bedi into the realms of suggestion, symbolism, metaphor allusion.
Marhoom Ki Yaad Mein:
Ride this roller-coaster of laughs that delves into the strange connection between friendship & honesty, humour & pain, comedy & tragedy.
Patras Bokhari (1 October 1898 – 5 December 1958) ranks among the most outstanding writers of Humor in Urdu. He graduated from Cambridge University, served as the principal of GC University, was chosen as Director General of All India Radio and was appointed as the first permanent representative of Pakistan to the United Nations.