This festival is organised by the Department of Art, Culture and Archeology and Rang Mastaaney Sanstha of Jaipur. The festival is receiving appreciation from the audience and artists. The play “Neeli Parchaiyan” was performed in Krishnayan at Jawahar Kala Kendra on Wednesday at 3 pm. The play is directed and written by Mr. Vijay Kumar Naik who hails from Goa. In this play, the audience watched story of an old couple who suffer from the pain of being betrayed by by their only son. The storyline and acting touched the audience and made them emotional. The programme is being organized by the Department of Art, Culture and Archeology and Rang Mastane Sanstha in collaboration with Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK).
At 4.30 pm, the third session of talk show series ‘Rang Choupal’ was conducted in Krishnayan at JKK in which writer critic Raghavendra Rawat, art critic Sarvesh Bhatt, News Editor Prerna Sahni, Dainik Bhaskar and Vijay Kumar Naik, director of the play Neeli Parchaiyan from Goa were the speakers. Senior theater artist Narendra Arora ji was the moderator of this talk session.
The day ended with the second play ‘Andha Yug’ at 6 pm in Rangayan at Jawahar Kala Kendra. The play is written by Dr. Dharamveer Bharti and directed by Joy Maisnam from Manipur. The audience watched the post-Mahabharat war story in this play when Ashwathama survived after the war and wanted to kill the Pandavas for his revenge. The play depicted Gandhari’s suffering and how the war left her alone. Gandhari cursed Krishna due to her extreme sorrow. Mohd. Shahnawaz played the character of Ashwatthama well. The play garnered a lot of applause from the audience.