Chehal Pehal

07.00 PM

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With Tickets Rs. 200

2020-09-11 19:00:00 2020-09-13 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Chehal Pehal

Directed by: Vikash Khurana

Adaptation: Ankita Athawale & Onkar Ghare

An Indian adaptation of William Shakespeare’s famous romantic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, set in Delhi, India, of the 1970s.
Set in the vibrant and colourful 70s in Delhi, India, and seen in the context of a time not so distant and yet very definitely past, the play explores Shakespeare’s plot and characters in a time of resurgent national pride post-emergency. The plot centres around two couples: Kamal falls in love with Harini and their marriage is agreed upon. Bulbul and Bansi despise love and engage in comic banter, while their friends and family conspire to make them fall in love with each other. Meanwhile, Jagdish, a cousin, contrives a more malicious plot to keep them apart. Placing the story in a different time and place, the play, attempts a refreshing and equally entertaining portrayal, uncovering a new landscape from which to regard the fleeting and the eternal nature of love and life.

Cast: Shubhankar Mishra, Shivani Joshi, Rajat Rajani, Himija Karia, Nitish Chandra, Aditya Bansod, Sonal Trivedi-Malkan, Onkar Ghare and Vikash Khurana

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Directed by: Vikash Khurana

Adaptation: Ankita Athawale & Onkar Ghare

An Indian adaptation of William Shakespeare’s famous romantic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, set in Delhi, India, of the 1970s.
Set in the vibrant and colourful 70s in Delhi, India, and seen in the context of a time not so distant and yet very definitely past, the play explores Shakespeare’s plot and characters in a time of resurgent national pride post-emergency. The plot centres around two couples: Kamal falls in love with Harini and their marriage is agreed upon. Bulbul and Bansi despise love and engage in comic banter, while their friends and family conspire to make them fall in love with each other. Meanwhile, Jagdish, a cousin, contrives a more malicious plot to keep them apart. Placing the story in a different time and place, the play, attempts a refreshing and equally entertaining portrayal, uncovering a new landscape from which to regard the fleeting and the eternal nature of love and life.

Cast: Shubhankar Mishra, Shivani Joshi, Rajat Rajani, Himija Karia, Nitish Chandra, Aditya Bansod, Sonal Trivedi-Malkan, Onkar Ghare and Vikash Khurana




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