• Sir Sir Sarla – 21st October

    ‘LOVE’  the only subject that has no curriculum. An unfelt, untold story of a professor and his students after they have graduated – a play between memory and reality begins. Sarla’s memory manifests itself in reality. Phanidhar and Sir are…

  • Sir Sir Sarla

    Love, the only subject that has no curriculum. An unfelt, untold story of a professor and his students after they have graduated; a play between memory and reality begins. Sarlas memory manifests itself into reality. Phanidhar and Sir are caught…

  • An alluring blend of love and poetry in Sir Sir Sarla

    Four young actors – amateur till now, threatening (read poised) to burst into the mainstream of theatre – nearly fully identify with their characters and the situation they are in. The idea of poetry and the fancy it evokes have…

  • Sir Sir Sarla – Play in Gujarati

    Love, the only subject that has no curriculum. An unfelt, untold story of a professor and his students after they have graduated; a play between memory and reality begins. Sarlas memory manifests itself into reality. Phanidhar and Sir are caught…





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