Published On : Thu, Oct 13th, 2016

Mega play ‘Sab Ka Malik Ek Hai’ brings Shirdi at Koradi

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Nagpur: Thousands of devotees who had thronged at Shree Mahalakshmi Jagdamba Devi Mandir at Koradi on the night of October 12 for a moment experienced they were with Saibaba in Shirdi. A play named ‘Sab Ka Malik Ek Hai,’ based on Jeevan Charitra of Saibaba of Shirdi, was staged as part of Koradi Cultural and Tourism Mahotsav.

The play not only won the hearts of the devotees present but also left them spellbound. Outstanding presentation was at the core of the play. All the events beginning with Saibaba’s arrival in Shirdi till his Nirvana (death) enacted by the equally skillful artistes left the spectators glued to their seats and accord a grand applause.

The play ‘Sab Ka Malik Ek Hai’ was the presentation of Sai Creative Vision from a small place like Koradi. The powerful write-up penned by playwright Devendra Dodke and Ashish Kulkarni was heart touching to say the least. The Director Someshwar Balpande gave the mega play a new height.

The miracles of Saibaba, presented aesthetically on the grand stage, mesmerized the devotees. The plays also gave messages on various aspects such as Sarva Dharm Samabhav, cleanliness, unity, patriotism, Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao etc.

Anil Palkar played the role of Saibaba with aplomb. Other artists who played their roles equally adroitly include Prakash Deva, Shridevi Deva, Varsha Mankar, Shobhna Moharir, Rajiv Mohod, Madan Gaekwad, Abhay Anjikar, Subodh Surjikar and others. Choreography was done by Amol Motewar, lighting by Ajay Karande.

After the play was over, Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule felicitated the artistes for their outstanding performance.

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Koradi Cultural and Tourism Mahotsav
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