Three Urdu stories by the famed and much loved, not to say, controversial writer, Ismat Chughtai (1915-1999) set in middle-class Muslim homes in small-town U.P., a milieu which both Ismat Chughtai and the director of this production, both belong. A minimal set and mostly imaginary props are used to communicate the stories to the audience exactly as written and hopefully give them the experience of having seen, heard, and read the stories, simultaneously.
Supported by the Goethe-Institute/ Max Mueller Bhavan.
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