Karl Marx In Kalbadevi (Gujarati-Play)

08:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Scrapyard - The Theatre, 23, Gujarat Society, Opp Red Cross Blood Bank, Nr. Suvidha shopping complex, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India 380007

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2017-05-06 20:30:00 2017-05-06 22:00:00 Asia/Kolkata Karl Marx In Kalbadevi (Gujarati-Play)

Ideas Unlimited – Manoj Shah’s “Karl Marx In Kalbadevi”

Written by Uttam Gada
Directed by Manoj Shah
Starring: Satchit Puranik
Language: Gujarati
Duration :- 90 Minutes {No Interval}

Play Synopsis:-
This quirkily titled play combines hard hitting information with humor, sharp politics and sheer delight, with the Gujarati manifesto of economics.

Karl Marx makes a comeback to clear his name, which he feels has been wrongfully maligned. It has come to his knowledge that Socialism and Communism, two words fathered by him, have become dirty words. He wants to tell the world this is not what he meant by them, before the world starts the celebration of his 200th birth anniversary. For some odd reason, he lands up in India, in Mumbai, in Kalbadevi. He waits endlessly for a chance to speak his mind – but in Mumbai no one has the time or inclination to listen to a lecture on economics, politics and philosophy. At last however, he gets this chance through a comic mix up, and he talks about his family and friends, his opus Das Capital and the boil on his butt, as well as the enormous thali he had at Bhagat Tarachand!

Scrapyard - The Theatre, 23, Gujarat Society, Opp Red Cross Blood Bank, Nr. Suvidha shopping complex, Paldi, Ahmedabad, India 380007

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Ideas Unlimited – Manoj Shah’s “Karl Marx In Kalbadevi”

Written by Uttam Gada
Directed by Manoj Shah
Starring: Satchit Puranik
Language: Gujarati
Duration :- 90 Minutes {No Interval}

Play Synopsis:-
This quirkily titled play combines hard hitting information with humor, sharp politics and sheer delight, with the Gujarati manifesto of economics.

Karl Marx makes a comeback to clear his name, which he feels has been wrongfully maligned. It has come to his knowledge that Socialism and Communism, two words fathered by him, have become dirty words. He wants to tell the world this is not what he meant by them, before the world starts the celebration of his 200th birth anniversary. For some odd reason, he lands up in India, in Mumbai, in Kalbadevi. He waits endlessly for a chance to speak his mind – but in Mumbai no one has the time or inclination to listen to a lecture on economics, politics and philosophy. At last however, he gets this chance through a comic mix up, and he talks about his family and friends, his opus Das Capital and the boil on his butt, as well as the enormous thali he had at Bhagat Tarachand!




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