STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Natrang presented a super comedy play ‘Hangama Ho Gaya’ in its weekly Sunday Theatre Series, here.
Written by Ashok Mishra, this hilarious comedy was directed by Neeraj Kant which received repeated applauses and laughters from the audience.
The entire hilarious action opens at the residence of a wealthy man Chaggu Mal who had advertised for a suitable match for his only daughter and he had organised an interview for the same. Looking at the lucrative prospect, a huge crowd gathers at his gate and most of them had arrived because of sheer greed without even looking at their own eligibility of being the prospective groom for a girl of that much caliber.
The situation becomes even more dramatic when a number of people add to the crowd without even knowing the purpose. The heartbeat of Chaggu Mal fastens as all of them were without any worth, every new person entering the interview room adds on to his tension and palpitation.
The prospective grooms were also shown in a caricature manner where they had dramatic flaws which made audience laugh and create situation and unavoidable comedy in the play.
After a long and hard day, dealing with the meaningless and tiring interviews, Chaggu Mal receives shocking news that the daughter for which he was looking a match and went through all this trouble, had already selected her life partner and informs him through a letter about her decision to marry him.
Natrang actors who performed in the play included Shivam Singh, Sheetal Jadhan, Manoj Kumar Lalotra, Sushant Singh Charak, Zeeshan Haider, Ujhwal Bandral, Rohit Kumar, Ajay Kumar Lalotra, Raheel Sharma, Ravees Khan and Abhijeet. Lights were operated by Neeraj Kant whereas the music was rendered by Zeeshan Haider. The show was coordinated by Mohd. Yaseen.
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