Lockdown: Ek Prem Kahani staged at Punjab Natshala

Lockdown: Ek Prem Kahani staged at Punjab Natshala



Tribune Information Service

Amritsar, Might 22

Sarthak Theater, Patiala, in affiliation with Punjab Natshala staged the play — Lockdown: Ek Prem Kahani — right here on Saturday night. It was a dramatic adaptation of Baljit Singh’s fashionable novel Talabandi.

Directed by Lakha Lahiri, the play talked about love and relationships through the time of the pandemic, when the world as we knew modified eternally. Exhibiting the situation of the poor through the Covid-19 interval, presenting a social and political commentary of the time, the story revolved round a Sikh boy and a Muslim woman, who get caught with one another because the lockdown is enforced.

Hassle begins when the boy asks the woman to come back to his house until she figures out a method to attain her household. The mutual reconciliation between the 2, the sensation of affection and devotion in direction of one another creates a silent, religious love that’s onerous to overlook. The wrestle of not with the ability to categorical their true emotions in direction of one another because of the religion-divide was depicted emotionally and sensitively. The ending of the play raised many questions whereas taking an emotional flip.

Navdeep Kaler, Arvinder Masute and Gurdit Pahesh have been among the many artistes who enacted the play. Playwright Jatinder Brar honoured the artistes.





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