Somnath Sadhu’s Grand Rehearsal staged
Srinagar, Sep 18: A famous play of ‘80s written by late Somnath Sadhu and directed by Mir Sarwar was Monday presented by Sangam Theatre Srinagar at the ongoing Comedy Drama Festival at SKICC auditorium.
The play revolves around the writer of the drama who happens to be a college professor. He is so “engrossed in with the play that he even ignores his wife Nirmala at times which leads to lots of confusion and trouble in his domestic life.”
“The play that has to be staged in the College and the students who have to perform as actors are all non skilled and immature. Some can’t even utter a single dialogue properly and some put odd make up even during the rehearsals,” a play host said adding “His personal life gets affected by few incidents which occur because of his rehearsal techniques.”
“A character Sed Makkar is played by Sultan who has an important role in the play but he is quite shy. Professor advices him to observe people around him and learn more about acting through real life. Sultan gets inspired by this and decides to perform his character in front of his Aunt who lives away from his place of residence.
As soon as he reaches there, he finds her house locked. Thus unfold the circumstances which follow after this. Sultan performs well in a Grand Rehearsal but when asked about the reason behind his better performance he reveals the truth to everybody and Professor gets answers for all his queries and the trouble he faced at home,” a host said.
The ongoing festival is being organized by The Jammu Kashmir Film Makers and Artists Cooperative Ltd in collaboration with J&K academy of Art Culture and Languages. Greater Kashmir is Media Partner for the event.
Lastupdate on : Tue, 18 Sep 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Tue, 18 Sep 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Wed, 19 Sep 2012 00:00:00 IST
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