Play on relationship follies wins hearts

PATIALA:A play titled ‘Adhe Adhure’, enacted on Day 4 of the sixth Norah Richards National Theatre Festival at Kala Bhawan in Punjabi University, presented the incompleteness of relationships in a middle-class family.

Play on relationship follies wins hearts

Artistes enact a play, Aadhe Adhure, at Punjabi University in Patiala on Tuesday. Tribune photo: Rajesh Sachar

Patiala, December 3

A play titled ‘Adhe Adhure’, enacted on Day 4 of the sixth Norah Richards National Theatre Festival at Kala Bhawan in Punjabi University, presented the incompleteness of relationships in a middle-class family.

Written by Mohan Rakesh and directed by Pawel Sandhu of Amritsar, the play’s storyline revolves around a disgruntled middle-class family with incompleteness of relationships, especially between husband and wife. The play and depicts its contemporaneous to the prevailing social fabric of our society.

Dr Yog Raj, Director, Human Resource Development Centre, was the chief guest at the occasion. — TNS

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