Punjabi, Urdu, Hindi Play
An NCPA Presentation in collaboration with The Hoshruba Repertory
Four stories from Ali Akbar Natiq’s short story collection Qaim Deen come together in a play format. Natiq, often called the modern-day Manto, sets these stories in rural western Punjab. The stories attack religious superstition, patriarchy, misogyny and end with a twist which is difficult to pre-empt and often leaves readers shaken in the end. Though dark and sombre in their expanse, the stories are riddled with wit and situational comedy and represent universal human follies.
Written by Ali Akbar Natiq
Directed by Danish Husain
Produced by Manu Sikander Dhingra for The Hoshruba Repertory
Lyrics & Music: Gagan Dev Riar
Additional Music: Mohit Agarwal
Harmonium & Vocals: Mohan Sagar
Percussion: Tushar Kadam
Vocals: Dhanveer Singh, Sonakshi Singh, Zahra Husaini, Geetanshi Lamba, Mukund Pal
Cast: Aarti Desai, Abhishek Kumar, Akshay Kumar Sharma, Apeksha Verma, Devendra Singh Kushwah, Dhanveer Singh, Faisal Khan, Geetanshii Lamba, Khaleeq Chaudhary, Molshri Singh, Mukund Pal, Pooja Shyam Prabhat, Prashant Sharma, Shazia Seher, Shivang Rajpal, Shariq Khan, Sowmya Pandey & Zahra Husaini.
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