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THEATRE FEST : Drama Society AAKRITI presents two short plays in Bengali at Banga Sanskriti Bhavan, 18-19 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, > 6:30pm on 12th August 2017

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Time : 6:30 pm Add to Calendar 12/08/2017 18:30 12/08/2017 20:00 Asia/Kolkata THEATRE FEST : Drama Society AAKRITI presents two short plays in Bengali Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2017/08/theatre-fest-drama-society-aakriti.html Muktadhara Auditorium, Banga Sanskriti Bhavan, 18-19 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, New Delhi 110001 DD/MM/YYYY

Duration : 1 hour 30 mins. 


Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served Basis)

Venue : Muktadhara Auditorium, Banga Sanskriti Bhavan, 18-19 Bhai Veer Singh Marg, New Delhi 110001
Landmark : Between Gol Market and St. Columba’s School
Venue Info : Events | Map | Nearest Metro Stations -  'R. K. Ashram Marg(Blue Line)' & 'Shivaji Stadium(Orange Line)' & 'Patel Chowk(Yellow Line)Exit Gate - 3'

Event Description : THEATRE FEST : Drama Society AAKRITI presents two short plays in Bengali – Dwikhandito, written and directed by Souvik Sengupta and Pholgudhara, written by Shankar Basu Thakur, directed by Souvik Sengupta.

About Dwikhandito
Human personality – our pattern of thought, feeling and behavior - can change dramatically if the situation so demands. Our mind allows us to interpret what we perceive externally, yet there is so much left unexplained about the mind itself.  When an individual’s very existence is at stake, a new identity is forged inside his subconscious mind, splitting his personality into two or more distinct parts, where one part becomes dominant egging him on to act with frighteningly unpredictable consequence.
A timid, meek and innocuous person narrates his tale of woe to an undercover investigator ..
Caste - Palash Das, Bhishmabrata Bhattacharya

About Pholgudhara
Interpersonal relationship in a family plays an important role in bonding or otherwise. In a close-knit family, sometimes there is tension on the surface. Not-so- pleasant exchanges, insinuations, arguments, fighting over trivial issues take place, but deep inside quietly flows the stream of love, affection, and respect, which binds the family together. A happy family lives in a home, not in a house, because a house is built by hands, but a home is built by heart. A timid husband, an argumentative wife, a disciplinarian father-in- law, and a lovable daughter enter into an acrimonious debate, interspersed with lots of misunderstanding, oblique references, often bordering on pungent humour. Finally, they recognize the worth of one another’s viewpoint and happily end their difference.
Caste - Arunava Sengupta, Aparna Banerjee, Arundhati Banerjee, Souvik Sengupta, Sauvik Acharya, Pankaj Misra
Music : Debu Bhattacharjee, Arunava Sengupta and Souvik Pramanik
Light : Tarun Barua
Set : Sudip & Supratik Biswas
Make up : Dilip Chakrabarty
PR & Production control : Bhakti Das
Behind the scene : Shyamal Talukdar, Mahua Ghosh, Debotosh Ghosh, Arun Biswas

About the group : Serious theatre and affording amusement to audience are the primary objective of Aakriti.
Nineteen productions in the last fifteen years are not mere numbers. They tell a tale of assiduous effort covering a wide variety of theme, presentation style and acting flair. To elevate the level of a play from mere performance to that of art requires resolute commitment, hard work, perseverance, skill, creativity & innovation. This is what Aakriti has been religiously doing ever since its inception. But can we ignore the audience and say ‘let them go to hell, we will do it in our own way.’ No, definitely not. They are the ultimate judge. Their opinion matters. In fact, theirs is the last word for any performance to be called ‘successful’. If their views are taken into account, Aakriti has already become one of the leading Bengali theatre groups in Delhi, with some memorable plays in the past. But the group does not want to rest on its laurel. To explore newer horizons in the field of theatrical art, experiment with unorthodox content and innovative form, and test the critical faculties of the audience is what Aakriti hopes to do in future.

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