This play talks about the issues that Bengaluru is facing. Director Neha Mehta says, “This play talks about how the voice of people is unheard, infrastructure issues and a lot things that are prevalent in the society, irrespective of what we may see as outdated. As a society, there are issues which are not expressed. It brings together people from different streams who share their concern.” .
Based on the struggles of the victims of the Bhopal Gas Tragedy, Assistant Director Aleesha Agarwal elaborates, “In a way, we tend to undermine the impact or seriousness of a tragedy and more importantly, the aftermath. This play helps bring across this fact to the people to become more aware of the tragedy and the Indian political system that doesn’t make it easier for victims.” .
The play is about youngsters, the virtual world and dating apps. Sanjana DM, the Director explains, “This play deals with issues of identity, and how people are categorized based on this identity. This play forces the characters to look into themselves, to accept themselves, and others too.” .
As the name itself suggests, it talks about all the things that are confusing about the system of GST. Ameya Moghe, who essays a Professor’s role says, “Although this concept has been around for a few months, this is the first time it’s being portrayed in a creative manner. It’s a funny satirical take on GST, and its impact, execution and confusion.” .
The play will be staged for 2 days – 21st and 22nd April 2018 (4.00 pm and 7.00 pm) at the Rangasthala, Rangoli Metro Art Centre.
Actors asscociated with the production: Suresh Sharma, Neha, Sukruth, Prabh, Govind, Adit, Bhagyashree, Lakshya, Indu, Aleesha, Shahzia, Shrey, Imran, Rajat, Charit, Karan, Praveshika, Mounica, Arijt, Asmita, Arth, Rituporno, Sanjana, Aloka, Shirley, Amit, Hari, Kapil, Arimita Mishra, Mahesh, Amey, Aritro, Shashank, Abhinav, Ankita and Rudresh.
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