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  • Venue
    Godrej Dance Theatre
  • Date Time
    22 April 2023 | 5:00 pm
  • Age Limit
  • Member Price
    Rs.630/- (Plus GST)
  • Non Member Price
    Rs.700/- (Plus GST)
  • Duration
    100 mins

Event Details

English /Hindi Play

An NCPA Presentation in collaboration with Theatrewaalas

OCD is a light comedy about a carefree young man and his obsessive servant. In an effort to keep his master’s house in order, the servant starts to cross boundaries to set the former’s life in order by trying to control his relationship matters. The protagonist is a turbaned Rajasthani butler called OC chacha, who suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder. While on paper, this might make him the ideal domestic help, in practice, this is not true. OC chacha’s idiosyncrasies get in the way of Rohan’s lifestyle and, eventually, relationships. For instance, he believes the furniture in the house should only be arranged at particular angles, doesn’t like even numbers and is convinced that one should stay away from women, because nothing good can come out of associating with the fairer sex. But since OC chacha has been a part of Rohan’s family for years, it is difficult for Rohan to get rid of him.

The play is a funny take on human eccentricities wherein every individual in this world has some or the other quirky habit but he or she feels that the other person is weird and anyone who does not adhere to the norms of the majority is considered a freak.

Written and directed by Rohit Tiwari
Cast: Abbas Syed, Ankit Sharma, Anurag Jha, Devyani Dagaonkar,
Rishika Chandani, Rohit Tiwari, Sarang Patwarddan, Shivam Kataria & Sheetal Robinson
Lights: Garv Jangid/Ritika Chauhan
Sound: Sankalp Mishra


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