Saka Jallianwala Bagh offered 104th time
Amritsar, October 25
Punjab Naatshala’s most acclaimed stage play, “Saka Jallianwala Bagh”, offered its 104th present over the weekend not too long ago on its premises. Written by Punjabi author Jatinder Brar, the play is predicated on the Jallianwala Bagh bloodbath that passed off on April 13, 1919.
The play was staged for the primary time after the pandemic. It took Brar virtually 10 lengthy years to pen the script, getting the small print proper and researching concerning the information previous and succeeding the fateful day. He has used the unique designs of Jallianwala Bagh, maps of undivided Punjab and several other unknown information have been narrated by means of the story.
The play had been staged extensively at a number of platforms throughout Punjab throughout the centenary anniversary celebrations of Jallianwala Bagh bloodbath in 2019, however its presentation was halted because of Covid-19 pandemic. “Submit pandemic, we wished to renew the play for reside viewers however as a result of a number of components, together with the dimensions of manufacturing and artists concerned, we needed to face some delay,” stated Brar, whereas addressing the viewers on Sunday night.
Round 40 theatre artists from Amritsar have acted within the two-hour lengthy play, whereas a technical group of 15-members was behind the play that has been produced at a value of Rs 10 lakh.
“Whereas the aim of its staging is to pay tribute to the martyrs, we have to have a look at the play as documentation of occasions associated to Jallianwala Bagh tragedy with data that’s disseminated intimately by making the viewers part of the story. When the play first staged in June 2019, throughout that point each effort was made to take the play to the college youngsters other than the widespread individuals,” he knowledgeable.