Preet Na Jane Reet

09:30 PM

Seth Mangaldas Town Hall: Ahmedabad,
Ashram Road, Ellis Bridge, Town Hall BRTS Stand, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380006, India

With tickets. Rs. 50-200/-

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2018-03-30 21:30:00 2018-03-30 05:30:00 Asia/Kolkata Preet Na Jane Reet

Preet Na Jane Reet – Theatre Events in Ahmedabad

Preet Na Jane Reet is an adaptation of Bernard Shaw’s play, Arms and the Man. The play has been produced by Lata Shah and directed by Jigar Bundela and is set in Kutch region on the India – Pakistan border, within the household of Major General Zinjuwadia. The entire play revolves around the events that take place within this house. The play has a total of two acts in it with two scenes before the interval and four scenes after. There are twelve characters of which the majority are army based.

The play uses comedy and satire to poke holes in the futility of terrorism, high society culture and hypocritical love. The core and central thought of this play revolves around the question that if peace – talks inevitably take place after the war, then why not before the war; highlights the fact that only a handful people who are power-mongers want war whereas from the foot soldier in the battlefield to the common man in the streets denounce it.

They want to present a classic play to a discerning Gujarati theatre audience after contemporizing the play by infusing it with the current issues that impact us all in the society and have attempted to awaken the audience’s thought process through the play.

Writer: Lata Shah
Director: Jigar Bundela.
Actors: Subhash Anand, Lata Shah, Jigar Bundela, VanashreeKansara, Mitesh Panchal, Upsana, YuvrajGadhvi, Jayraj, Hari.

Source: BookMyShow

Seth Mangaldas Town Hall: Ahmedabad,
Ashram Road, Ellis Bridge, Town Hall BRTS Stand, Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380006, India

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Preet Na Jane Reet – Theatre Events in Ahmedabad

Preet Na Jane Reet is an adaptation of Bernard Shaw’s play, Arms and the Man. The play has been produced by Lata Shah and directed by Jigar Bundela and is set in Kutch region on the India – Pakistan border, within the household of Major General Zinjuwadia. The entire play revolves around the events that take place within this house. The play has a total of two acts in it with two scenes before the interval and four scenes after. There are twelve characters of which the majority are army based.

The play uses comedy and satire to poke holes in the futility of terrorism, high society culture and hypocritical love. The core and central thought of this play revolves around the question that if peace – talks inevitably take place after the war, then why not before the war; highlights the fact that only a handful people who are power-mongers want war whereas from the foot soldier in the battlefield to the common man in the streets denounce it.

They want to present a classic play to a discerning Gujarati theatre audience after contemporizing the play by infusing it with the current issues that impact us all in the society and have attempted to awaken the audience’s thought process through the play.

Writer: Lata Shah
Director: Jigar Bundela.
Actors: Subhash Anand, Lata Shah, Jigar Bundela, VanashreeKansara, Mitesh Panchal, Upsana, YuvrajGadhvi, Jayraj, Hari.

Source: BookMyShow




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