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Pune: Jim Sarbh’s play, a storytelling event for women’s day, and more to this week

Qabila is a music band whose individuals can’t agree. A film, titled Play This, investigates what happens when the quarreling performers travel to Sri Lanka for an opposition and, to their stun, need to oblige a popular singer. Do they beat their evil presences and discover their personality. Play This by Sourabh Shrivastav is accessible on-interest for Rs 100.

Dramatic End

Avchetan Theater explores the mercurial emperor in Girish Karnad’s Tughlaq through a practiced perusing. The story spins around a fourteenth century Sultan of Delhi, Muhammad container Tughlaq, whose fantastic plans end lamentably. Coordinated by Amit Aggarwal and featuring Amit Aggarwal, Faria Fatma, Maahir Mohiuddin, Devashish Singbal, Maulik Pandey, the perusing is accessible as a video for Rs 149.

Shade of water

Flowers smell similarly as sweet in watercolor as, all things considered. A workshop by Studio Artzone expects to show members how to make petals and then some. The course is recorded and endures three hours.

Femme Power

Storyteller Kakoli Bagchi will pay a tribute to lady ability to stamp International Women’s Day by reviewing their experiences and decisions. The occasion is a piece of Twists and Tales, which is hung on the main Sunday of consistently at RAAH-a Literacy and Cultural Center. On March 7, 4 pm-5.15 pm. Section; Free

Ocean Wall

Mumbai-based National Centre for Performing Arts’ most recent creation of the, named Sea Wall, highlights Jim Sarbh as the hero Alex. He talks straightforwardly to the crowd about his significant other, his girl, his dad in-law’s little girl, photography and the lower part of the ocean.

He appears to be a characteristic, upbeat, and drawing face to face in whom brain flash inquiries regarding conviction and religion. Alex’s satisfaction before long disappears into profound and tragic sorrow, which appears to be fitting for the post-pandemic world. In view of Simon Stephens’ widely praised content, the play is coordinated by Bruce Guthrie, Head of Theater at NCPA. On March 6 and 7 on BookMyShow. Passage: Rs 300.

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