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THEATRE : Jashn-E-Qalam presents "Ek Baar Ki Baat Hai" Solo Performances of Short Stories in Hindustani > 17th & 19th November 2017

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Venue : GreenR, FF 416, Shahpur Jat
Jashn-E-Qalam Ek Baar Ki Baat Hai Ismat Bedi Parsai Patras Creative
Time : 
17th November : 7:00 pm Add to Calendar 17/11/2017 19:00 17/11/2017 20:50 Asia/Kolkata THEATRE "Ek Baar Ki Baat Hai" Solo Performances of Short Stories in Hindustani Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2017/11/theatre-ek-baar-ki-baat-hai-solo.html GreenR, FF 416, Shahpur Jat, Delhi 110049 DD/MM/YYYY 'Chechak Ke Daag', 'Marhoom Ki Yaad Mein' & 'Chuimui'
19th November : 12 noon Add to Calendar 19/11/2017 12:00 19/11/2017 13:50 Asia/Kolkata THEATRE "Ek Baar Ki Baat Hai" Solo Performances of Short Stories in Hindustani Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2017/11/theatre-ek-baar-ki-baat-hai-solo.html GreenR, FF 416, Shahpur Jat, Delhi 110049 DD/MM/YYYY 'Chuimui', 'Gau Bhakt Se Bhent' & 'Marhoom Ki Yaad Mein' 

Duration : 1 hours 50 mins. 

Entry : Rs. 500

Venue : GreenR, FF 416, Shahpur Jat, Delhi 110049
Venue Info : Web | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Hauz Khas(Yellow Line)'

Event Description : GreenR in association with Jashn-E-Qalam Storytelling present "Ek Baar Ki Baat Hai" Solo Performances of Short Stories in Hindustani. 

Ismat Chughtai, Rajinder Singh Bedi, Harishankar Parsai & Patras Bokhari

'CHECHAK KE DAAG' 
A beautiful bride-to-be sees the groom for the first time on her wedding day. Her dreams turn into a nightmare; the prince's face is not so charming. Is beauty in the eyes of the beholder? 
Enacted by Shashwita Sharma

Rajinder Singh Bedi (1 September 1915 – 11 November 1984) wrote of lives that were commonplace but hidden in their very ordinariness, the human spirit shone through in all its lustre and brilliance. His gift for finding the inner meaning in outer reality, took Bedi into the realms of suggestion, symbolism, metaphor & allusion. 

'MARHOOM KI YAAD MEIN'
Celebrate Friendship! You know with that friend who's always there for you? The rain or shine, I'll always be there for you type! Well then, my friend, why have enemies when you have such friends! 
Enacted by KC Shankar

Patras Bokhari (1 October 1898 – 5 December 1958) was an Urdu Writer, educator, essayist, broadcaster and diplomat from Pakistan. He translated into Urdu the works of Shakespeare, Bertrand Russell, Bernard Shaw, R.L. Stevenson, Oscar Wilde, Anatole France and Bergson. His seminal collection of essays, 'Patras Ke Mazameen' earned him the status of an eminent Urdu humorist.

'CHUIMUI'
She is on the train to Delhi and is carrying the most precious cargo herself. Her future is in her womb - literally & figuratively. This is the third pregnancy & this time she must deliver! 
Enacted by Shashwita Sharma

Ismat Chughtai (21 July 1915 - 25 October 1991), one of India’s most accomplished fiction writers, epitomised the 20th-century women writers of Urdu: enlightened, bold, iconoclastic, progressive and feminist. Chughtai’s flowing and spontaneous style, occasionally peppered with satirical or witty remarks, makes reading a delight. 

'EK GAU BHAKT SE BHENT' 
Meet Swami Ji, a die-hard Gau Bhakt! Get enlightened as the holy man extols the virtues of the holy cow and explains what the beef is all about.
Enacted by Rajesh Kumar

Harishankar Parsai (22 August 1924 – 10 August 1995) was known for his bold, satirical revelations, leaving no stone unturned to expose the murky moss of the society we live in. Casteists or politicians, bureaucrats or manipulators, none escape the scathing commentary of Parsai. 

About Jashn-E-Qalam Storytellling : Across time and culture, Oral Storytelling in the form of folklore, mythology & even grandma's tales have been agents of personal & societal transformation. With the advent of industrialisation and consumerism, visual storytelling in the form Film, TV, etc. has overshadowed these oral narratives. Imagination & Visualisation are the unfortunate casualties! 

Jashn-E-Qalam celebrates the Genius of eminent Litterateurs with Dramatic Readings & Storytelling Performances of their Notable Works. The common objective is use the power of the spoken word to collectively experience their timeless brilliance. In the process becoming a reason to meet, share and most importantly...listen!

Since inception, they have performed over 200 Stories at black-box theatres, academic institutions, offices, homes & even public parks! Audiences have relished the act of co-creating a sensuous experience rather than passively consuming a prepared one.

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