Stalwarts to Set the Stage on Fire

Published: 20th October 2015 06:56 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th October 2015 06:56 AM   |  A+A-

Mera Woh Matlab Nahi Tha, is a new play written and directed by Rakesh Bedi with both the actors giving stellar performances. The play is a carefully-worded walk down memory lane. It has travelled many places across the world and both the actors are being lauded for their perfomance. 

stage.jpgAnupam Kher, who has honed his craft by doing versatile roles in movies, shows equal brilliance on stage, when he plays the endearing Pritam, who knows how to make light of any grim situation. Despite being away from theatre for almost a decade, Neena Gupta proves her mettle as a natural actor. Her Hema is witty, funny, romantic and at the same time sensitive; when she breaks down in an important scene in the second half, you get goose bumps.

What is commendable is that both actors effortlessly transition from happy to melancholic to even angry in some scenes. Among the cameos, Rakesh Bedi and Satish Kaushik provide comic relief and are thoroughly entertaining. The show is being hosted by Yosha Deedithi Foundation (YoDee) on November 5 in the city at JRC Convention Center Hyderabad.Passes for the show will be available at: Bookmyshow.com

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