Gopalakrishnan marries Bhama in a police station against the wishes of his parents. Gopalakrishnan plans to control Bhama and tells her that a girl has fallen in love with him. He also provides the address to Bhama. Bhama finds Kumani at the location and brings her home. Seeing this Gopalkrishnan realizes the truth about his wife and lives together peaceably.
"Manjula Nayak is not a very successful Kannada short story writer..
Suddenly, she becomes wealthy and internationally famous by writing a best seller in English. The question haunting Manjula is whether in thus opting for global audience she has betrayed her own language and identity. A little known face in Karnataka, she has now acquired an international image and inherited problems of loyalty and betrayal. And without warning, its her own image that decides to play confessor, psychologist and inquisitor."
The story unfolds in the form of an 85 year old man and an Alzheimer's patient -- Ghazanfar Hussein -- living in a small town in UP, recalling the partition and its immediate as well as long-term aftermath in juxtaposition to the death of his wife a couple of days ago. In the process, the old man's non-academic non-descript personal memoirs of the partition question a range of stereotypes about it - its genesis, its causes, its effects - leading, finally, to exploring the unexplored facets of the tragedy.
It is a bitter-sweet comedy about living and loving in the contemporary metropolis, interpersonal and family conflicts intrude into the workplace, just as workplace conflicts spill over into private life.''Play not suitable for children below 15 years''.
This foot-tapping childrens musical is about a toy soldier who gets out of his warehouse to experience the lights and sounds of the city. Along with his friends Zuma and Huha, he braves the elements of the outdoors, fighting foes and finding love.
A pair of newly weds get caught in a case of mistaken identity, leading to chaos, not only in their lives but in their neighbors' as well. More confusion ensues when a divorce lawyer and marriage registrar show up, making the already created madness, a royal mess. All hell breaks loose in this slapstic comedy when a supposedly dead army veteran is not only alive but saunters in with his perky wife.
Acharya Tartuffe is a play based on Moliere's French Play 'Tartuffe'. Omnath, a businessman, met a saint, named Tartuffe in Pondichery and he getting inspired by him takes him home. That is when chaos erupts.
Hawalat revolves around the three youth who having no place to stay pretend to be criminals and go to a police station to be locked up. It is a cross satire on the exploitation of youth by powerful politicians and people sitting at the helm of affairs.
The only thing she got from the adoption agency about the time before the first document is the mythical information "You were found in a box in South Korea in 1977, wrapped in newspaper". For "Black Tie", Miriam Yung Min Stein spits into a tube from the company 23andMe, takes a swab with a "genome collector" from the company DeCODEme, and waits for the two market leaders to partially sequence her genome. One of the companies greets her on its website that will reveal her genetic data with the slogan "welcome to you". Could your individual "construction plan" be your biography? How do you tell your own story when, as in Stein`s case, its documentation begins only with arrival at a German airport?
"Black Tie" circles the black hole of origins, the strangely eloquent and "helping" young human genetics industry of these times, and the alienation between my environment and myself - growing in Osnabrck into a body that looks Korean, that carries within it an entire country, a war, another culture, as if in a closed capsule, unknown, speechless - a potential place, a vanishing point, a dream factory.
Adoption, anonymous sperm donation, Christmas parcels for orphaned children - are good people aware of the growing black holes that their good also creates? What would happen if all international aid were stopped? How could the helpers be helped, who are addicted to doing good and expect the thanks they deserve for it? And what was printed on the newspaper in which the baby was wrapped in South Korea in 1977?
This work turns a microscopic gaze on the "script" of a life.
The Oscar Wilde play is a humorous account of how two young men lead double lives to get out of inconvenient situations. All goes well until the women in their lives fall for the alter ego personality rather than the real thing, which leads to chaos, comedy and a whole lot of explaining.
The Hindi play touches on social issues, that are addressed or rather misaddressed by the village Panchayat. Cases involving a beguiled village girl and a scoundrel among others in a village show how justice is meted out in small towns. Interestingly, the plot is full of comical moments, which depict all of the scenes in a lighthearted manner.
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