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Drama | Hindustani | Age 12+


Solo performances of timeless Hindustani short stories. Theatre at its simplest & purest!

Jungli Booti

The wildflower of love; Boon or Bane, Curse or Cure? A young woman is struck by the magic, madness & mayhem of the four- letter word that makes the world go round.

Amrita Pritam (31 August 1919 – 31 October 2005) is described by many as the goddess by defiance, a rebel and a revolutionary who lived her life with utmost intensity. She had the sensitivity and rare gift of the ability to give tender expression to human sorrow and alienation. Regarded as the leading 20th-century poet of the Punjabi language, she wrote verses that are sung and recited in cities and villages by many who are illiterate - such is the hypnotic appeal of her poetry

Paratma Ka Kutta

When battling a system where bureaucracy and red-tapism have sacrificed duty and justice on the altar of greed and corruption, to what extreme must a Common Man go to uphold his dignity and self-respect?

Mohan Rakesh (8 January 1925 – 3 December 1972) was a modernist innovator in Hindi who deeply influenced India’s multilingual literary culture after Independence. His full-length plays—Ashadh ka ek din (1958), Lahron ke rajhans (1963) and Adhe adhure (1969)—became seminal works of urban drama and theatre, while his fiction sustained the ‘new story’ and ‘new novel’ movements nationally.


Mai Dada

What’s in a Name? Everything! If you are a Pathan and your name is Abdul Majid Khan Yusuf Zai.

Asad Mohammad Khan (30 November 1931) is an eminent Urdu short story writer & poet, and a winner of the ‘Ahmed Nadeem Qasmi Noor-o-Nazm’ and ‘Majlis-e-Farogh Urdu Adab’ Awards. He has written a number of television plays and published five collections of short stories to date.


  • Age Limit: 12+
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