Saturday, March 12, 2016

"ಜತೆಗಿರುವನು ಚಂದಿರ"- ಕನ್ನಡ ನಾಟಕ. (Jathegiruvanu Chandira)


One of the good plays seen in recent days is "Jathegiruvanu Chandira"  presented at Prabhath RangaMandira, BasaveshwaraNagara, NammaBengaluru on 12th March 2016.

The story, dialogues, stage settings, music and lighting were very good and the team of artists did an excellent job of presenting the story with acting, songs and expressions. The lead role played by Venkatesh Bharadhwaj is excellent actor while presenting sensitivities and the theme of the play. Poverty, love, affection, difficulties, pathos, humour etc all are brought out effectively in the drama.
"Kudos" to Pravara Art Studio Team



Scenes from the play


BadeMiya with one of the daughters

DIRECTOR
Hanu Ramasanjeev
WRITER
Dr. Jayanth Kaikini
ARTISTS
Venkatesh Bharadhwaj, Shambhavi Kashinath, Anjali Bindhumadhav, Abishith Rao, Tejashwini Ramesh, ArasuBharath Gowda, Ramyashree Girish Alaje, Rakshith Jain, Girish Gowda, Adithya Shetty, Karthik Navada, Gautham Yadav, Kiran Kumar S
Jathegiruvanu Chandira: A Kannada translation by Dr. Jayanth Kaikini is an adaption from Fiddler On the Roof scripted by Joseph Stein based on the Russian tales of Sholem Aleichem. The original drama is one of best in the world, blended with music. The highlight of the drama is that it is scripted with a swing of music, which is, popular among the generation.
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The story centers on Bademiya, a bakery owner and worker with three daughters who attempts to make both ends meet without compromising on religious and cultural traditions. This character is of a sound personality trying to cope up with the wavering situations by tolerance. The familys recital is the highlight of the play.
On the country's lines of freedom progression and on the backgrounds of war, partition, development, holocaust, migration, the author has made an earnest attempt to depict these incidents. These circumstances in the north India had an effect on the southern coast as well and this impact is the focus of the play.
Kalavidaru
written Sunday 13March 2016

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