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Laughter riot " Main Bhi Maa Ban Gaya' keep audience on tenterhooks
10/23/2019 9:34:08 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Oct 23: Dramaturgy Group from Bundelkhand, Uttar Pradesh today presented 'Main Bhi Maa Ban Gaya' -a hilarious take on the classic "What If ".
Being the thirteenth presentation of the ongoing Rangleela Natya Utsav conducted by Lakshya-The Aim and co-powered by Nutan Prayas Manch , Main Bhi Maa Ban Gaya' , written by Sunil Raj and directed by Pardeep Bajpai is the story woven around a middle class family in the rural area of Bundel khand.
The patriarch of the family presuming that his daughter in law would bear a son - writes his will in the name of his grandson instead of his son Ghanshyam.
However Ghanshyam gets frustrated when his wife bears two daughters and longs for a son so much so that one fine evening finds him ' impregnated with a son '.
Thus Main Bhi Maan Ban Gaya keeps the audience on its tenterhooks and leaves guessing what's unfolding next.
The play was beautifully conceived and presented by the actors who presented the laughter riot of a man getting pregnant though the entire episode ends through a dream out of which the patriarch wakes upto understand that son and daughters are equal.
Those who acted in the play were Ranu Sharma, Aarti Rawat, Sathendra Yadav, Shehla Khan, Abhishek Singh, while Veer Yadav, Devang Pratap Singh, Vinod, Ajay Mistry, Ritu Jha, Anjali Sinha, Anjali Tirupura, Shikhar Mishra, as supporting characters.
Speaking on the occasion, the Festival director Anuroop Pathania said that conducting a national festival in Jammu was a unique experience as directors and actors coming from outside state found Jammu as a big theatrical destination.
Tomorrow a group from Assam will be presenting the penultimate play of the Rangleela Theatre fest which will come to a grandeur close on Oct 25.
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