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  • Venue
    Tata Theatre
  • Date Time
    7 May 2023 | 7:00 pm
  • Age Limit
  • Member Price
    Rs. 900, 720, 450 & 270 /- (Plus GST)
  • Non Member Price
    Rs. 1000, 800, 500 & 300/- (Plus GST)
  • Duration
    195 mins

Event Details

Marathi Play

Charchaughi is the journey of four women who have shaken off the bondages of a patriarchal society and are moving along the path of realisation of their personalities. Written by Prashant Dalvi and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni, the play proved to be a big hit and created history in the decade of 1990-2000. It bagged all the major awards and has completed 1000 shows. It is considered a milestone in Marathi theatre.

Now after 31 years, Kulkarni has revived the play with a fresh cast and technicians and it is pulling in audiences just like it did 31 years ago. Within a period of six months, Charchaughi has had a run of 100 shows. It has received the Zee Marathi Award for the Best Revived play of the year. It continues to be widely discussed in the context of meaningful theatre by audiences, critics and eminent theatre personalities.

The play portrays the story of a mother and her three daughters who make very unusual decisions in their lives. Though these decisions are personal, they represent the emotions of women in general. The play also presents the relationship of a man and woman in a new light.

Writer: Prashant Dalvi
Director: Chandrakant Kulkarni
Cast: Rohini Hattangady, Kadambari Kadam, Parna Pethe, Ninad Limaye, Shreyas Raje, Parth Ketkar & Mukta Barve
Music: Ashok Patki
Producer: Shripad Padmakar
Produced by Jigisha


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