Literature Live

07.00 PM

Online event

With Tickets Rs. 295

2020-08-22 19:00:00 2020-08-22 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Literature Live

A theatrical rendition of the book 31 Miles.  Can we ever win against ourselves -A story of a woman who rediscovers herself after marriage.

The event will start with the conversation of  Neeta Aneja, Founder, Trends with the author of 31 miles,  Vinita Bakshi who is the Founder President of the non-profit organization Aambra Foundation and drives the flagship seminar series SheSpeaks which scrutinises issues related to women empowerment. She is the author of the novel 31 Miles published by Rupa and released in 2017 at Jaipur Lit Fest. The book has received a warm reception from readers as well as from national and international media, including ITV New York, Huffington Post, DD National, The Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Pioneer, The Statesman, The Tribune, The Asian Age, The Millennium Post besides others. She has written narration (VO), for the lead protagonist of a Bollywood commercial film Paharganj, released in 2019.

After the conversation with the author, theatrical rendition of the book will be performed by :

Nayana Sagar: An advertising professional, who began her foray into theatre direction with Children’s theatre, currently directs plays for the Shri Ram Centre repertory as well as her own group “Natyakriti”.

Her directorial repertoire of plays include Yasmina Reza’s, ” God of Carnage”, Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite”, Dario Fo’s “We wont pay! Premchand’s Shatranj Ke khiladi and many more acclaimed plays.

She has also acted in a couple of Hindi movies and popular web series.

Sudeep Singh: He’s an ex Army officer who is following up on his passion for Art and Theatre. He’s been active in the Delhi theatre circuit, doing plays like Mrichhkatikam, Story of Sita, Abducting Diana, and the theatre of absurd. He’s also done small cameos in the movie October and OTT  series Delhi crime, Comrade etc.

Ashish Bhandari: A Voice Actor, Podcaster and Media professional. He has a theatre experience of more than 50 stage shows. He has been the Hindi narrator voice for more than a decade for various shows and documentaries for National Geographic like “Hostile Planet” and “Late Night Eats” to name a few. He is also the voice for the Science show channel “What If Hindi” and a runs podcast on Indian culture named “Back to The Roots”.

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A theatrical rendition of the book 31 Miles.  Can we ever win against ourselves -A story of a woman who rediscovers herself after marriage.

The event will start with the conversation of  Neeta Aneja, Founder, Trends with the author of 31 miles,  Vinita Bakshi who is the Founder President of the non-profit organization Aambra Foundation and drives the flagship seminar series SheSpeaks which scrutinises issues related to women empowerment. She is the author of the novel 31 Miles published by Rupa and released in 2017 at Jaipur Lit Fest. The book has received a warm reception from readers as well as from national and international media, including ITV New York, Huffington Post, DD National, The Hindustan Times, The Hindu, The Pioneer, The Statesman, The Tribune, The Asian Age, The Millennium Post besides others. She has written narration (VO), for the lead protagonist of a Bollywood commercial film Paharganj, released in 2019.

After the conversation with the author, theatrical rendition of the book will be performed by :

Nayana Sagar: An advertising professional, who began her foray into theatre direction with Children’s theatre, currently directs plays for the Shri Ram Centre repertory as well as her own group “Natyakriti”.

Her directorial repertoire of plays include Yasmina Reza’s, ” God of Carnage”, Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite”, Dario Fo’s “We wont pay! Premchand’s Shatranj Ke khiladi and many more acclaimed plays.

She has also acted in a couple of Hindi movies and popular web series.

Sudeep Singh: He’s an ex Army officer who is following up on his passion for Art and Theatre. He’s been active in the Delhi theatre circuit, doing plays like Mrichhkatikam, Story of Sita, Abducting Diana, and the theatre of absurd. He’s also done small cameos in the movie October and OTT  series Delhi crime, Comrade etc.

Ashish Bhandari: A Voice Actor, Podcaster and Media professional. He has a theatre experience of more than 50 stage shows. He has been the Hindi narrator voice for more than a decade for various shows and documentaries for National Geographic like “Hostile Planet” and “Late Night Eats” to name a few. He is also the voice for the Science show channel “What If Hindi” and a runs podcast on Indian culture named “Back to The Roots”.




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