Drama & Musical Plays List By Years @ BookMyShow

PLAYS OF
2017

Hindi

01 Jan, 2017

Chala Kanhaiya Neta Banne is a comic and satire on today's politics. It shows how selfish human has become that he has considered himself as the supreme authority and dares to do anything which can solve his purpose.Now Lord Krishna with help of a person HARI is trying to make a way in the politics of Bihar and contesting the elections. He seeks support from different reputed and powerful personalities to get vote for him but to his shock everyone is there to do his own good only. It's interesting to watch how lord has been contesting elections or will he be able to win a make a government in Bihar or will be thrown out of the politics?

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Hindi

01 Jan, 2017

Based on stories of Munshi Premchand & Vijaydan DethaDramatised & Directed by Santosh Tiwari & Nadira Zaheer BabbarKnown for their simplicity, proximity to reality and an uncanny sense of humor, their stories hold a message that somehow touches you. Though they are known for the serious issues and satire, these stories will reveal another shade of Vijay Daan Detha and Munshi Premchands work; the witty and humorous style they also possessed. They are looked upon as the leaders of Progressive Writing in Hindi Literature. Instead of succumbing to recent spade of mediocre Hindi play productions, it would boost the confidence of quality theatre lovers to see this younger lot going back to the roots and giving a brand new look to the works of legends in their own right.You are all welcome to witness Vijaydaan Detha and Munshi Premchands wonderful, humorous and touching stories take shape on stage and leave you laughing for more.Moozi SoormaMoozi Soorma is the unforgettable story of a miser, whose only goal in life is to save. He leaves for a Yatra. He accepts death against a penny to be paid to even a Pandit. Goddess Laxmi, who is impressed by his dedication towards his faith, wants to reward him, but first, she decides to take a test.Bade Bhaisahab The most amazing of all relationships is that of siblings! This story is about 2 brothers, their typical love-hate relationship and their simple & amusing nonk-jhonk.

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Hindi

01 Jan, 2017

'Dayashankar ki Diary' is the dramatized memoir of a man who could not live up to his own dreams. Dayashankar is one of the thousands who come to Bombay every day, from the small towns of India, to become a Bollywood star! Dayashankar lives in his own world where fantasies and realities are inseparable. Freud said that a man lives as much inside his mind as outside... But what happens to a man who cannot distinguish between the two??The play is a journey through his innocent dreams, his rural sense of humor, his complexes and most important, into the fantastic workings of the human mind!Experience the best Hindi plays at the Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai.

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Hindi

01 Jan, 2017

The play is about Com. Razia Sajjad Zaheer's life. An unusual true story of an ordinary woman. A political worker a social activist and a great human being. My mother - wife of Com. Sajjad Zaheer was also an eminent Urdu Writer and a professor in Lucknow University. Who led deprived life but yet was like an example of hope and optimism for each and everyone who crossed her life.Experience the best drama plays and speeches at Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai.

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Tamil

01 Jan, 2017

Sridevi Fine Arts proudly presents 'Jurassic Baby' - A very close resemblance to Maadhu's brother-in-law Cheenu brings in its own share of confusions through Cheenu's fiance falling in love with Jurassic Baby thinking that it is Cheenu. How the Maanthric remedies his mistake and how the Jurassic Baby becomes a normal baby forms rest of the rip roaring story line. A Maanthric from Allepey prescribes an herbal medicine for begetting children. As it turns out he has committed a gross blunder in its formulation which renders the new born with he strange phenomenon as narrated in the beginning. Come and enjoy.

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Kannada

01 Jan, 2017

It is a play based on Shivaram Karanth's Jnanapeetha, an award winning novel. The play depicts the lifestyle of Mukajji and her knowledge on mythology, history, etc. The Play is written by S. Ramamurthy. Direction: B.V. Rajaram

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Kannada

01 Jan, 2017

This drama speaks about the madness of society through the view point of mental patients.The conversation of one hour between three mentally unstable patients in an mental hospital forms the crux of the play. It highlights the loopholes of present society in the view point of them.

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Kannada

01 Jan, 2017

This play is based on the inner war of feelings and revolves around a murder mystery displaying different characters based on the inner feelings of the human mind. These include Manassu, Aviveka, Kaama, Krourya, Anyaya, and Prema. This play sheds light on the harassment of women in the name of love. At the end, it raises the question of the existence of love on the earth. This play has elements of suspense, comedy, black magic and psychological thrillers, set in the backdrop of horror with the commercial elements. This show will definitely keep the audience on the edge of their seats.

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Kannada

03 Jan, 2017

Rangadharama Samskrutika Samsthe presents P. Lankesh's Gunamukha. A play of the Mogul era related to Nader Sha, a Persian Emperor conquering Delhi and the events there after. The mentality of Indians, the Indian Administration system cause Nader Sha a mental illness which is later cured by Alavi Khan, a Hakim of the Mogul Empire, thus bringing out the human within Nader Sha.

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English/Gujarati/Hindi

03 Jan, 2017

This competition will feature the following plays:Khar KharHindi, Gujarati & English Play (70 mins)The untold story of secret congress radio with a special focus on the life of recipient of Padma Vibhushan Dr. Usha Mehta. The story is based in later part of the Indian freedom struggle, and how a progressive woman called Usha Mehta creates a modus operandi against the British Raj and functions a totally new way of revolting against them.Directed by Amatya Goradia#BheedHindi Play (48 mins) A comedy depicting the year of 2021 when Population Control Policy gets implemented inIndia. It shows how difficult it is for a middle-class family to bear the additional taxes levied on the second child.Directed by Parth Desai and Kalpit Kalavadia.Dulhan Ka Dil Deewana Lagta HaiHindi Play (40 mins) Bebe is a 57-year-old grumpy woman living in middle-class Delhi along with Surjeet and Simmi Arora and their 24-year-old daughter Sakshi Arora. Bebe, the younger sister of Surjeets mother, brought up Surjeet after his mothers demise, making Bebe an integral part of the Arora family. To be precise an integral trouble maker. Directed by Parag Oza

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Kannada

04 Jan, 2017

Becket begins as it will end, with King Henry performing ritual penance for his long-suspected role in the assassination of Archbishop of Canterbury, formerly his friend and chancellor of England.Becket presents the life of a martyred Christian saint through the eyes of a nonbeliever, less concerned with faith than with possible human motivation.In Becket Anouilh derives considerable rhetorical and dramatic effect from the political dialectic between the Norman king and the pragmatic Becket, ostensibly the compromised (and compromising) representative of the conquered Saxon people. Becket explores the inevitable conflict within each individual between idealism and realism.

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Hindi

04 Jan, 2017

Bhanvar Singh, a quirky night watchman, stands guard outside a factory for one last shift. But, as the shift gets extended unexpectedly, he gets torn between his duty and self preservation. His mental faculties start getting affected, blurring the lines between the real and imaginary; and we are given an insight into the fate of man and his dreams, after migrating to the big city. Experience the best plays at the Prithvi Theatre, Mumbai.

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Kannada

04 Jan, 2017

Tukra, is a self proclaimed idealist and believes himself to be immune to motions of his reality - a rural countryman. His aggrandized notions of his self takes him to the city, where he embarks to fulfill his ambitions, blissfully ignorant of the fortunes that await him and the blows the humbling that his fate dispenses.Tukrana Kanasu is based on a story written by Lushan and marks the stage debut for The Theatre Attitude.

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Others

05 Jan, 2017

The friendship and creativity of 4 art students are challenged when absurd ban is imposed on their academy.

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Malayalam

05 Jan, 2017

ENTRY FREE'Grand Balcony' is a deluxe brothel. Through the window panes of the balcony, the play unveils the disguises that people wear in life. Madam Irma's Grand Balcony is seen as the castle of miracles, which she runs along with the superior, Police Chief, where the balcony becomes the arena where the visitors dance in their favourite attires. A montage is seen that shows the play's sarcasm on the authorities - a judge who is ready to lick the feet of a criminal, and a Bishop, who is adamant to get out of his golden laces and royal mitre, is seen along with General, who finds his orgasm in being in General's funeral cortege. When the rebellion fills panic in the rooms of the Grand Balcony, the visitors refuse to go out to their homes, thus finding their new homes in the Balcony. Towards the end, Grand Balcony is getting attacked when the Bishop, General, Judge and the Queen are killed in the revolt. In this situation, rebel leader himself is seen fulfilling his wish of life, to be in the attire of the Police Chief. Reaching ecstasy he is seen castrated in Balcony which ends the revolt.In conclusion, the actors are brought up from the rooms by the Chief and he gets the Bishop, Judge, and General risen from the dead. Madam Irma is crowned as the queen and Grand Balcony becomes the citadel as the power is restored. As the lights fade off one by one, Irma and Queen addresses the audience - 'Return to your homes, much more delusions await you there.'

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Hinglish

05 Jan, 2017

Men's department is a play about friends and a motley of emotions, that ensues when they meet one afternoon.It is a humorous drama with segments of thought provoking discussion unfolding when the friends meet. The story is pragmatic, something both the men and women of metro cities can relate to. Don't go by the name, women get some exclusive sneak peak, of all men's get together and be ready to take the jokes sportingly.

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Hindustani

06 Jan, 2017

The play is based on short stories by Saadat Hasan Manto, Munshi Premchand and Parag Dubey. It's a collage of four beautiful stories, all depicting the pain of India's partition. An old man in search of his daughter, two brothers going from Lahore to Amritsar leaving everything behind, a mad man and a brave girl from Lahore - the partition changed their lives forever. It was not only the partition of the country but also the partition of hearts. With a little humour added, the play takes the audience through the journey of this horrifying phase of their lives.

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Hindi

06 Jan, 2017

The one-act one-performer play tells the story of Manjula Nayak, a professor of English literature who has been an unsuccessful writer in Kannada. She finds international acclaim when she writes a novel in English, which becomes a bestseller. The story starts with her introducing the audience to her novel in a TV studio, prior to a film on it is telecast. After she finishes her introduction, she is confronted by her own image on the screen which poses questions on betrayal of her language and identity when she chooses to write in English.

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Bengali

06 Jan, 2017

Chorus as the name suggests speaks about the common people. Chorus is a play which tracks the social, political and cultural scenario of West Bengal from 90s till the present time. It is primarily a satire and the device used is the distancing effect or Verfremdungseffekt. It is a take on how a state manipulates its citizens and uses them to promote their ideology, analogous to how the director or the group treats it's chorus in a play. It is this chorus in general or in theatre groups (which is being used as a metaphor) who run the show. Like executing and following all the orders seeping down from the top. It is the chorus which makes a state or a ''dada'' of a theatre group supreme but in return they remain mere numbers. They don't have any voice or identity but are an integral part of the socio-cultural, political fabric. Chorus tells the story of a common man, Hero who gets entangled in this wave of chorus politics and finally is knocked down. No one remembers him as every day we lose many heroes, who become filed as statistics.

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