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Passwala
Sat Jun 15, 8:00 PM
Sutradhar
Sutradhar presents their first Marathi play - PASSWALA which is an adaptation of Late Jayant Pawar`s `Mulakat` with a Shamshan Ghat keeper. Set in a crematorium, it deeply reflects the vagaries of life.
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Sutradhar Presents Passwala
Sun Jun 16, 8:00 PM
Sutradhar
Sutradhar presents their first Marathi play - PASSWALA which is an adaptation of Late Jayant Pawar`s `Mulakat` with a Shamshan Ghat keeper. Set in a crematorium, it deeply reflects the vagaries of life.
8734
Khawab-e-hasti
Sun Jun 23, 8:00 PM
Darpan theatre
Khwab-e-Hasti" is a classic tale exploring the complexities of human relationships and societal norms by Agha Hashr Kashmiri. He who was an eminent Urdu poet, playwright and dramatist and also called the Shakespeare of Urdu.

The story revolves around the lives of several central characters, each with their own complexities and motivations. Set against a backdrop of love, betrayal, and ambition, the story follows the journey of a resilient protagonist as he navigates through various challenges posed by a diverse cast of characters.

Through this compelling narrative, Darpan Theatre delves deep into themes of power, privilege, and redemption, offering the audience a thought-provoking exploration of life's intricacies.
8530
JIBANANDA
Sun Jun 30, 8:00 PM
SHUDRKA HYDERABAD
Jibanananda Das (1899–1954), who is
reckoned by many as the most influential figure of the post-Tagorean era in the
Bengali literary world, played a leading role in introducing modernist elements in
Bengali poetry. His unorthodox poetic style, language, and images drawn
equally from mythology, history, and everyday life, though at first received unfavourable
opinions from the critics, in due course proved to exercise tremendous influence both on
the readers and the emerging poets. Today he is placed among the most significant poets
ever born in Bengal. The modern American scholar of Bengali language and literature,
Clinton B. Seely, has called Das “Bengal’s most cherished poet since Rabindranath
Tagore” (Seely, A Poet Apart 9).Shudrka Hyderabad celebrates his 125th birth anniversary year through a Bengali play written and directed by Swapan Mondal.

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Krishnarang
Sat Feb 24, 6:00 PM
Asmita Kale
Performing Classical Dance (Bharatnatyam)

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8589
Passwala
Sat Jun 15, 8:00 PM
Sutradhar
Sutradhar presents their first Marathi play - PASSWALA which is an adaptation of Late Jayant Pawar`s `Mulakat` with a Shamshan Ghat keeper. Set in a crematorium, it deeply reflects the vagaries of life.
8590
Sutradhar Presents Passwala
Sun Jun 16, 8:00 PM
Sutradhar
Sutradhar presents their first Marathi play - PASSWALA which is an adaptation of Late Jayant Pawar`s `Mulakat` with a Shamshan Ghat keeper. Set in a crematorium, it deeply reflects the vagaries of life.
8734
Khawab-e-hasti
Sun Jun 23, 8:00 PM
Darpan theatre
Khwab-e-Hasti" is a classic tale exploring the complexities of human relationships and societal norms by Agha Hashr Kashmiri. He who was an eminent Urdu poet, playwright and dramatist and also called the Shakespeare of Urdu.

The story revolves around the lives of several central characters, each with their own complexities and motivations. Set against a backdrop of love, betrayal, and ambition, the story follows the journey of a resilient protagonist as he navigates through various challenges posed by a diverse cast of characters.

Through this compelling narrative, Darpan Theatre delves deep into themes of power, privilege, and redemption, offering the audience a thought-provoking exploration of life's intricacies.
8530
JIBANANDA
Sun Jun 30, 8:00 PM
SHUDRKA HYDERABAD
Jibanananda Das (1899–1954), who is
reckoned by many as the most influential figure of the post-Tagorean era in the
Bengali literary world, played a leading role in introducing modernist elements in
Bengali poetry. His unorthodox poetic style, language, and images drawn
equally from mythology, history, and everyday life, though at first received unfavourable
opinions from the critics, in due course proved to exercise tremendous influence both on
the readers and the emerging poets. Today he is placed among the most significant poets
ever born in Bengal. The modern American scholar of Bengali language and literature,
Clinton B. Seely, has called Das “Bengal’s most cherished poet since Rabindranath
Tagore” (Seely, A Poet Apart 9).Shudrka Hyderabad celebrates his 125th birth anniversary year through a Bengali play written and directed by Swapan Mondal.

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