Art Theatre in India – The Journey of an Art Form03/02/2017
On the second day of Haryana Rang Utsav, the play “Akal Badi ya Joota” not only entertained the people but also made them think. In this play, small children taught people a great lesson through their acting skills. The festival was inaugurated by lighting the lamp by educationist Banke Bihari, litterateur Shiv Prabhakar Ojha, Parvesh Malik and other guests.
Akal Badi ya Joota Drama
In the play Akal Badi ya Joota, the king gets upset due to his son’s continuous crying. He realizes that due to the heat of the sun burning his son’s feet, he is unable to even play and keeps crying all the time. The king calls his ministers, chief, jester and cabinet and asks them to consider various measures to get rid of the heat of the sun, such as building a pavilion in the sky, pouring water all over the city, throwing a sphere on the sun. Use gunpowder to kill him. At last when he becomes more troubled, a man from a far away country comes and claims to solve his problem. He puts shoes on the prince’s feet and now the prince has no problem playing in the sun. The king is happy and makes him the chief and orders him to make shoes for all the people of the kingdom.
The children acting in this play directed by Dr. Ankush Sharma included Devanshi Nagpal, Aavya Modi, Sayesha, Achal Sharma, Ayush, Yash Sharma, Prem Sharma, Daksh Satija and Lakshya entertained the people with their acting skills. Many more productions of this play will be organized in the city. Director of Haryana Rang Utsav, Deepak Pushpdeep said that the festival will be concluded with the play Nithalla.