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Natrang travelling show series 'Loktantra Ka Asli Mantra' reaches Samba
4/12/2024 10:15:38 PM
Early Times Report
SAMBA, Apr 12: Natrang travelling show 'Loktantra Ka Asli Mantra' reached here today at Samba where it was presented at the Auditorium of Kristu Jyoti Convent School with amid jam packed audiences. Organised by the district administration Samba and supported by Chief Electoral Office, J&K, this highly motivating electrifying theatre performance effectively educated the masses about the importance of voting. Written by Padamshree Balwant Thakur and directed by Neeraj Kant this mesmerising play aims at creating a strong awareness movement ensuring maximum participation of voters in the electoral process. Theatre is the most powerful medium of mass awareness and today's professional performance by J&K's most popular theatre group Natrang was a testimony of that. The play 'Loktantra Ka Asli Mantra' opens with the aggression of the disillusioned, frustrated youth who are struggling to survive in the contaminated air of corruption, scandals and dishonesty. They do not see any hope in the future as their present is being rotten by the corrupt system. They want to devastate everything around them in rage but when questioned by an educated person that 'what are they doing to come out of this unfortunate situation?. Busy in their illusionary world created by the social media, they are speechless as they just want the things to happen but are not ready to be part of that change and want everything without making any required effort. Terming them as the most vibrant human resource of the world, the educated person prompts them to come forward, take the command and change their fate. The most effective way of changing the fate of a country is the way of voting, this is the highly peaceful and effective way to bring big reforms of their choices.
As the play proceeds, different age groups and varied sections of people are shown in satirical manner who have their petty reasons to not vote and also whom to vote. This ignorance and arrogance of the masses leaves huge space for the vested interests to exploit this situation.
Through this play all the sections of society are prompted not to run away from their ultimate responsibility of voting for the stronger democracy of India. Vote has the only and ultimate power to change the fate of the country and everyone through this play is motivated to ensure that this right of voting of every citizen should not go waste. Let's pledge to vote! The artists who participated in the play Loktantra Ka Asli Mantra included Neeraj Kant, Subash Jamwal, Mohd. Yaseen, Brijesh Avtar Sharma, Vishal Sharma, Palshin Dutta, Payal Khanna, Priya Kashyup, Aadesh Dhar, Kushal Bhat, Sanket Bhagat, Amit Rana, Arun Sharma and Vansh Pandotra. The music of the play was operated by Chaitanaya Shekhar.
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