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Train To Pakistan, Hindi Play

Train Pakistan Play Kamani Auditorium Mandi House Creative

Date and Time: 29 December 2019, 4pm to 5:30pmAdd to Calendar 29/12/2019 16:00 29/12/2019 17:30 Asia/Kolkata Train To Pakistan, Hindi Play Must check for Details and on Event day before visiting -
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Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi-110001DD/MM/YYYY


Entry: by Tickets priced between Rs. 100 to Rs. 999, Available at: 

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Offline: at the venue before the shows if not sold out

Venue: Kamani Auditorium, Copernicus Marg, Mandi House, New Delhi-110001
Venue Info: About | Map | Nearest Metro Station - 'Mandi House (Blue Line and Violet Line) Exit Gate - 4'
Area: Mandi House

Event Description: THEATRE: BelaTheatre Karwaan presents Train To Pakistan, Hindi Play Based on Khushwant Singh’s Novel

Translated by - Usha Mahajan

Dramatized by - Dr. Suman Kumar 

Directed By- Amar Sah

Train to Pakistan is based on the main character Mano Majra, the fictional village on the border of Pakistan and India and is known for its railway station. Introduces Bhai Meet Singh, who is fat, usually wears dirty underpants, the caretaker of the town Gurudwara. Hukum Chand, who is magistrate comes in his American car but later resigns due to heavy tensions of the town.
Juggut Singh, a Sikh thief, who is playing a bad character in the play, is an uneducated local badmash, who visits police station once in a week, is 6 feet tall and strong. In this play, Iqbal is a mysterious character, who is foreign-educated, an atheist social worker from Britain and people gives him respect for that and calls him Babu Sahib.

The mullah of the town is half-blind Imam Baksh and her daughter Nooran is in love with Jugga and carries two months old baby of Jugga in her womb. This play is about one man who is fighting against his own thoughts whether it is correct to stand in front of 50 armed men waiting to kill hundreds of their own species or to stop because what they are going to do is immoral.

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Train To Pakistan, Hindi Play Train To Pakistan, Hindi Play Reviewed by DelhiEvents on Sunday, December 29, 2019 Rating: 5

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