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Drama | Hindustani | Age 8

The Cuckoo Club: Bandra | 250

Solo performances of Hindustani short stories.

Theatre at its simplest and purest!

Leela Nandlal Ki

It’s the good old Nineties! A middle-class man’s most prized possession - his Scooter - goes missing! To recover it he must enter a mystic maze of mirrors - The Great Indian Bureaucracy!

Bhisham Sahni (8 August 1915 – 11 July 2003) was a strong voice that spoke of the pain of uprooting of millions, of loneliness, of boredom, of egotistical demons hidden behind altruism and of political maneuverings of varied shades. His extraordinary ability to get away from the external darkness of the events to quietly sneak into the fissures etched on people’s psyche, to read the accidents of history happening in the hearts of his characters, made him into a masterful storyteller.

Fitrati Chor

In a world built on promises and constructed by hypocrites, liars and cheaters, a Natural Born Thief must pay the price for his truth, honesty and integrity!

Vijaydan Detha (1 September 1926 – 10 November 2013)  was a noted folklorist & short story writer who gave a new life to the Rajasthani language by translating the oral to the written and transforming it richly in the process. His writings have seen numerous screen and stage adaptions including Habib Tanvir's Charandas Chor, Prakash Jha's Parinati, Amol Palekar's Paheli, and Mani Kaul’s Duvidha.


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