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  • Venue
    Tata Theatre
  • Date Time
    21 May 2022 | 7:00 pm
  • Age Limit
  • Member Price
    Rs.375, 300 & 225/-
  • Non Member Price
    Rs.500, 400 & 300/- (Student 20% Discount - Rs.400, 320, 240/-)
  • Duration
    90 Minutes

Event Details

Marathi Play

The play is a satire on the present-day situation, though it was written 40 years ago by Shafaat Khan. In a village battered by heavy rain and whirlwind, everything is washed away including animals and birds. Two volunteers, who believe in two different dogmas, arrive in the village to help. The villagers want them to bring crows (kawale) to perform the rituals of their dead relatives.

Written by Shafaat Khan
Directed by Priyadarshan Jadhav
Produced & presented by Arun Kakade
Cast: Anil Shinde, Hrushikesh Shelar, Santosh Saravade, Vikrant Kolpe, Sushant Kumbhar, Prashant Palate & Samir Khandekar
Lyrics & Music by Ganesh Chandanshive
Harmonium: Govind Mrshivnikar
Dholki: Sandeep Dhavale
Set design by Neeraj Shirwaikar
Lights by Nitesh Malap

Produced by Awishkar

Box Office now Open.

Student Discount – Terms & Conditions:

  • 20% discount for students with valid student ID’s for Pratibimb – A stage for Marathi stories 
  • Only one discounted ticket can be purchased against one Student ID
  • Each ticket holder must present a valid Student ID while entering the venue
  • Student ID must be presented at entry point into the auditorium on the day of the show
  • Limited seats available
  • Discounts cannot be clubbed. For example, Student discount cannot be clubbed with Members discount
  • Age restrictions and rules apply. No refunds will be made for ignorance of these restrictions
  • NCPA reserves the right, without refund or compensation, to refuse admission/evict any person(s) whose conduct is disorderly or inappropriate
  • The NCPA may postpone, cancel, interrupt or stop the event due to adverse weather, dangerous situations, or any other causes beyond his reasonable control. Prior notification will be given



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  • Double vaccination certificate of Artists / Visitors / Patrons not mandatory

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