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  • Venue
    Tata Theatre
  • Date Time
    22 January 2022 | 7:00 pm
  • Member Price
    Rs.375, 300 & 225/-
  • Non Member Price
    Rs.500, 400 & 300/-
  • Duration
    90 Minutes

Event Details

PLEASE NOTE:- In view of the current situation, this event stands postponed. We will keep you informed of further details.

Mumbaiche Kawale is a satire on the present-day situation though 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 and Presented by Arun Kakade
Cast: Anil Shinde, Hrushikesh Shelar, Santosh Saravade, Vikrant Kolpe, Sushant Kunbhar & Prashant Palate
Lyrics & Music by Ganesh Chandanshive
Harmonium: Govind Mrshivnikar
Dholki: Sandeep Dhavale
Set by Neeraj Shirwaikar
Lights by Nitesh Malap

An Awishkar Production

Box Office is now Open.



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