Natrang stages "Zameen Ka Sawaal"


Jammu: Natrang presented 'Zameen Ka Sawaal' a play in Hindi today at Natang Studio Theatre in its weekly theatre series, Sunday Theatre. The play has been written by Partap Sehgal and directed by Neeraj Kant. It was a hard hitting satire on the socio-political situation of the Country and carried a very relevant message which was very well received by the audience.
The play 'Zameen Ka Sawaal' opens in a trial room where a high level committee is enquiring about a very grim incident where five people at different locations were killed by sending letter-bombs. 'Ranganathan' a very senior scientist is accused of the crime as all the evidence were against him. Initially he does not admit the crime but when given a false news that his only son is also killed in the same manner, he breaks and with a deep agony in the heart, he admits his crime which he had committed to take revenge from all those who were responsible for hurdles in his growth and promotion. Despite being the most talented and deserving scientist, he was denied a due promotion as it was granted to someone else who was close with the minister. This renders a harsh frustration in his mind, he asserts that only hard work and ability will take you nowhere in this system, where corruption and favoritism are deep-rooted. The play very brilliantly says that those who do not have approach and recommendation may not be given higher positions but it does not mean that they are not talented enough.
Natrang's artists who performed in the play included Syed Mudassar Ali Shah, Mahikshit Singh, Varun Sharma, Sachin Saini, Karan Bansal, Namit Dubey and Pankaj Verma. Lights were designed by Neeraj Kant. Mohd. Yaseen coordinated the show and Sakshi Prakash did the presentations.

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