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    Published On : Wed, Jun 25th, 2014
    Arts & Lifestyle | By Nagpur Today Vidarbha Today

    Rangrasiya tries to teach lessons on good & evil through drama ‘Me Kon? Gandhi ki Godse…?’


    Nagpur Today

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    Rangrasiya theatrical group came up with one more unique stage show to entertain the city theater lovers and also to send serious message to the society. Two one-act plays were performed by the young and dynamic artists of Rangrasiya Theatrical Group. Experimental Marathi drama “Me Kon? Gandhi ki Godse…..?” and Vijay Tendulkar written “Olakh” were staged at Shrimant Baburao Dhanwate Sabhagruh, Rashtrabhasha Sankul, Shankarnagar.

    The Rangrasiya Theatrical Group is known for its unique ideas and experimental dramas. Drama “Me Kon? Gandhi ki Godse…..?” was yet another attempt from the group. The one act play is based on Gandhian Thoughts and the artists tried to portray views of today’s youths about Gandhian Thoughts and also compared the good and evil with the character of Gandhi and Godse. It was experimental act and was presented with a very unique style whether it be the makeup, presentation or the concept. The act was unique in all the aspects. The group succeeded in making an impression on the audience and to make them think on the issue. Sandeep Daberao has directed the play and the cast of the play include Gaurav Ambore, Nikhil Lohe, Sameer Tabhane, Ashutosh Belekar, Sanchit Chaudhary, Rutuja Wankhede and Kajal Kate. Rahul Pusdekar has provided the background music and the makeup was done by Ashwini Dhikodkar and Dhrupad Gade. The set was designed by Preeti Patel and Poonam Uike and Shivani Mudholkar did the lightings.

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    The second play was “Olakh” which is a famous drama written by Vijay Tendulkar. “Olakh” revolves around two characters who like each other but never expressed their feelings. Both met in the local train. The boy who was working in a bank and struggling in his life falls in love with a girl who travels with him in the same local train. The girl too is the sole bread earner in a joint family. The play is all about love and sacrifice and to search own identity between performing their duties for family. This play is directed by Pratik Gaikwad and Sneha Kate played the characters in the play. Arohi Pande gave the background music. Shivani Mudholkar did the lightings and the set was designed by Preeti Patel and Poonam Uike.

    Secretary of Rashtrabhasha Sankul Jagdish Joshi and Girish Pande were the special guests for the programme.
    Mohan Kalbande hosted the show and Dhananjay Mandawkar, Brijesh Panth and Amit Umap also played an important role in making the show successful.
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