2 Show 08.00 PM & 9:30 PM

Bhavan's Cultural Academy and Centre for Arts,
Bhavan's College Campus, Lady Vidya Gauri Nilkanth Marg, Nr. Rifle Club, Khanpur, Ahmedabad, India 380001

With Tickets – Rs. 350, Rs. 200, Rs. 150/-

2020-03-14 05:30:00 2020-03-14 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Jithro Bhabho

Adapted from “Jithrobhabho” of Shri Kanjibhuta Barot

Jithrobhabho on Akashvaani a program of Shri Kanjibhuta Barot was golden memories for many and the idea of it gives nostalgia.

Many have heard Jithrobhabho now it’s time to watch him live.

Jihtrobhabho is a play adapted from Gujarati Folk-Lore famously known as “Jithrobhabho”. Jithrobhabho is a popular character in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat.

This play talks about superstition prevail in society. In this play, an old man has been misidentified as a dead man by his own people. Now the protagonist starts the fight against his own people to claim his life back. He tries all the possible ways but by one or the other way he has been misunderstood by the villagers which make his life more difficult. People blind by their own beliefs and superstition are so much frightened that they don’t even want to listen to his name. This all forces Jithro to live in the outskirts of the village.

For his livelihood, he tries to come in the front of women who used to carry food to the farm for their people. The fear of his name was so high that the women dies by just seeing him in front of him. This becomes routine for Jithro that he kills people for food. But when he realizes that this not the right way he tries to convince the people of the village that he is alive and this all is fuss created by themselves only. This play reflects the mentality of people who are so blind in the superstition that they are not even ready to listen to that person. Attempts of Jithro to prove himself as a live man puts him in more trouble which creates humorous moments for the audience. This play is a Satire on Superstition and the struggle of a person to prove him right.

 

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Bhavan's Cultural Academy and Centre for Arts,
Bhavan's College Campus, Lady Vidya Gauri Nilkanth Marg, Nr. Rifle Club, Khanpur, Ahmedabad, India 380001

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Adapted from “Jithrobhabho” of Shri Kanjibhuta Barot

Jithrobhabho on Akashvaani a program of Shri Kanjibhuta Barot was golden memories for many and the idea of it gives nostalgia.

Many have heard Jithrobhabho now it’s time to watch him live.

Jihtrobhabho is a play adapted from Gujarati Folk-Lore famously known as “Jithrobhabho”. Jithrobhabho is a popular character in the Saurashtra region of Gujarat.

This play talks about superstition prevail in society. In this play, an old man has been misidentified as a dead man by his own people. Now the protagonist starts the fight against his own people to claim his life back. He tries all the possible ways but by one or the other way he has been misunderstood by the villagers which make his life more difficult. People blind by their own beliefs and superstition are so much frightened that they don’t even want to listen to his name. This all forces Jithro to live in the outskirts of the village.

For his livelihood, he tries to come in the front of women who used to carry food to the farm for their people. The fear of his name was so high that the women dies by just seeing him in front of him. This becomes routine for Jithro that he kills people for food. But when he realizes that this not the right way he tries to convince the people of the village that he is alive and this all is fuss created by themselves only. This play reflects the mentality of people who are so blind in the superstition that they are not even ready to listen to that person. Attempts of Jithro to prove himself as a live man puts him in more trouble which creates humorous moments for the audience. This play is a Satire on Superstition and the struggle of a person to prove him right.

 

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