A Taj treat for students

City’s theater lovers were in for a treat as Yusuf Safi’s most acclaimed historical drama Khwab-Pathar Mein was staged at the DST Auditorium at University of Hyderabad campus recently.

Published: 20th March 2013 10:35 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th March 2013 10:35 AM   |  A+A-

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City’s theater lovers were in for a treat as Yusuf Safi’s most acclaimed historical drama Khwab-Pathar Mein was staged at the DST Auditorium at University of Hyderabad campus recently.

The two-hour drama directed by Iftekhar Jamal saw powerful performances by the artistes who beautifully portrayed the characters involved with the legendary Taj Mahal.

The play also had melodious songs and ghazals beautifully choreographed that kept the audience glued to their seats.

Among the audience were Prof. Ramakrishna Ramaswamy, VC, UoH, Mohd Ali Baig of the Qadir Ali Baig Theatre Foundation, Rehmutulla, registrar, MANUU, Prof.

Rehmat Yusufzai, former head of Dept. of Urdu at UoH and other senior academicians from SV University, Henry Martyn Institute, students from MANUU and other institutions.

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