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Shakkar k Paanch Daane & Wajeh
Sat Feb 3, 7:30 PM
Safarnama Theatre
Safarnama Theatre presents Shakkar k Paanch Daane & Wajeh - Set of 2 Plays

Play 1: Shakkar k Paanch Daane

As Rajkumar speaks about his unremarkable life in his nondescript village he mentions the five grains of sugar – the five people – who have stood out in his drab life for reasons stranger than fiction. The five grains become a single life-game that he has been unknowingly playing for years. Eventually he realizes that everyone has a story inside them. Rajkumar has been requested to write a poem for a compilation to be published. Come join us to watch Safarnama’s take on the play 'Shakkar Ke Paanch Daane' written by the playwright Manav Kaul and get introduced to Rajkumar to realize the absurdity of the request.

Written by: Manav Kaul
Cast: Dev Bhardwaj, Chetan Gupta
Time: 7:30 pm

Play 2: Wajeh
Societal changes play a major role in shaping the inner being of a child. These changes either motivate the child to aspire for a brighter future or they force him to go through a psychotic breakdown. It is said, that an individual's personality depends on his upbringing which means one's actions in some way or the other are proportional to these changes. So, if one follows, as you may call it, a henious path, who is to be blamed? Safarnama presents a psychological thriller Wajeh? which is bound to leave you thinking. Join us to watch Smitali Das's take on crime fiction.

Cast: Smitali Das, Chetan Gupta, Dev Bhardwaj, Amir Ali Khan, Dev Debabrata, Shashank Shrivastava
Written and Directed by: Smitali Das
Time: 8:30 pm

Date - 3rd February, 2017
Venue - Lamakaan, Banjara Hills
Single show Ticket: Rs.150 Each
Combined ticket for both plays : Rs.200

For more details, Contact:
Smitali Das (+91 9538795831)
Devender Bhardwaj (+91 9873235451)

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