A midlife crisis with a hinglish solution

Published: 29th January 2013 11:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 29th January 2013 11:02 AM   |  A+A-


What happens when the proverbial midlife crises knocks on the door of Parminder Singh Sethi? He has an option: He could continue with his boring life or opt for something exciting. The play,  ‘T5J -Two to Tango Three to Jive’, highlights Parminder’s journey, in its comic, practical, confusing and exciting moments.

All of us has a unique way of dealing with problems. But how does Parminder tackle his midlife crisis? And what happens when three beautiful women enter his life?

Parminder is played by Saurabh Shukla of ‘Satya’ fame. Says Saurabh: “I am excited to return to theatre, my first love, after 18 years. Most of my friends have gone through these situations which are funny, sweet and with a message. The human emotions come to the fore in a way that touches a chord with the audience. This passion for theatre, both in English and Hindi, has been an integral part of my life.”

Featuring Achint Kaur, Mona Wasu and Preiti Mamgain, ‘Two to Tango Three to Jive’ promises to be a treat to the senses and something to carry back home for the audience.  It is being produced by one of the country’s foremost theatre company, Ashwin Gidwani Productions. Says Ashwin, “Saurabh is a creative genius and a dynamo on stage. The audience will be mesmerised by his acting.” 

The play with be staged at the JT Pac on February 3. For reservations, contact 9349528057, 9349528107.


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