Where can a playwright find inspiration?
If he does find it, in his own backyard, how does he recognize it? If he does recognize it, is there a line between the story that emerges and reality that inspired him?
Who draws the line between his story and reality? Can someone draw a line?
Who is someone? The audience? The actor? The playwright? Or someone else entirely?
Kattale Belaku, a concrete idea, of abstract consequence and real impact written in 1959 by the legendary Sri Ranga is a timeless classic.