THEATRE 'Bali Aur Shambhu' Hindi Comedy Play > 6pm on 21st January 2018 - Delhi Events
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THEATRE 'Bali Aur Shambhu' Hindi Comedy Play > 6pm on 21st January 2018

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Venue : The Little Theatre Group Auditorium (LTG), Mandi House
Picturewale Bali Aur Shambhu Hindi Comedy Play Creative

Time : 6:00 pm Add to Calendar 21/01/2018 18:00 21/01/2018 19:30 Asia/Kolkata THEATRE 'Bali Aur Shambhu' Hindi Comedy Play Event Page : http://www.delhievents.com/2018/01/theatre-bali-aur-shambhu-hindi-comedy-play-ltg.html The Little Theatre Group Auditorium (LTG), Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi-110001 DD/MM/YYYY

Duration : 1 hour 30 mins.

Entry : by Tickets priced at Rs. 250, Rs. 400, Rs. 500, Available at :
Online : BookMyShow
Offline : at the venue before the show if not sold out
Note : For 10 years old and above. 

Venue : The Little Theatre Group Auditorium (LTG), Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi-110001
Landmark : Next to Kamani Auditorium
Venue Info : Events | About | Nearest Metro Station - 'Mandi House (Blue Line and Violet Line) Exit Gate - 4'
Area :  Mandi House

Event Description : THEATRE : Picturewale presents 'Bali Aur Shambhu' Hindi Comedy Play.

Bali aur Shambhu is a play that evokes the cliched description -'bitter- sweet', but there is nothing cliched about the play itself. It is not very easy to write and direct a story that can make you laugh even while tugging at your heart. Manav Kaul though, manages to pull it off with refreshing ease.
On the face of it, the story has a 'been-done- before' feel to it. The story of two geriatrics who are forced to share a room in an old age home. One surly, another cheerful. Gunraj Singh playing the surly Shambhu who keeps losing his temper at every little thing that the gregarious and zestful Bali (Elvis Chaturvedi is doing). A bulk of the play concentrates on the interaction between the two of them, as Shambhu goes from threatening
to murder Bali to becoming his friend.
What makes the play different is the fact that this is just one part of the story. There is another aspect - that of Shambhu's dead daughter Titlee (By Rukhsar Khan) who keeps making 'dream-appearances' right from the
first scene. As Bali and Shambhu's friendship progresses, we are also gradually revealed the story of Titlee.
Kaul has managed to weave the 'Shubhankar' (By Pankaj Singh Kaintura) factor into the script very cleverly, and keeps giving the audience clues about it/him at regular intervals. 
Kaul's story mainly deals with two very diverse factors. One, how old age is one's second childhood. This is put across beautifully through the almost child-like fights that Bali and Shambhu have, right from arguing over the positioning of the bed to jocularly blackmailing each other. Secondly, how parents are often childishly stubborn about not accepting the reality of their little children having grown up. This is amply underlined by
the fact that even after Titlee's death, Shambhu still dreams of her and converses with her as if she is a little kid who wants to listen to fairy tales. It is by deftly mixing these two factors that a play is created which can alternately make you laugh and cry.
Whoever thinks old-age or retirement homes are dreary and depressing places, should watch this play to understand that the other side of 60 could be a happier place too.

About the Organization : "Picturewale" is bunch of creative people serving all new taste of arts and entertainments, founded in 2017 and going to perform its 2nd theatre production.

Cast : Actors/Character
Elvis Chaturvedi -  Bali 
Gunraj Singh -  Shambhu
Rukhsar Khan -  Titli
Pankaj Singh Kaintura -  Shubhankar
Shivani Verma -  Jhilmil
Krishna - Gautam

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THEATRE 'Bali Aur Shambhu' Hindi Comedy Play > 6pm on 21st January 2018 THEATRE 'Bali Aur Shambhu' Hindi Comedy Play > 6pm on 21st January 2018 Reviewed by Rohit Malik on Sunday, January 21, 2018 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. waoooo its an awesome play and one of the best plays of Manav Kaul

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