A scene from the play being staged at Abhinav Theatre.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: On the second day of Natrang’s Children Theatre Festival ‘Celebrating Childhood’, nationally acclaimed children play Mere Hisse Ki Dhoop Kahan Hai written and directed by Balwant Thakur and presented by Natrang mesmerized the jam-packed audiences here at Abhinav Theatre, Jammu.
Considered to be the longest living play by children in India, this play which Balwant Thakur beautifully wrote for UNICEF way back in 1990 on population education stood best in India and later represented the country the Asia-Pacific meet held in Bangkok, Thailand.
The proud children who received repeated applauds included Sanchita Dubey, Agam Kaur, Gopi Sharma, Saba Jamwal, Mihir Gujral, Vrinda Gujral, Vedhant Suri, Saanvi Anand, Rudra Kohli, Vrinda Sharma, Shreya Gupta, Sanya Gupta, Chirag Anand, Riya Jandial, Sanket Bhagat, Divyan Sharma, Ayn Bhola, Sanyam Gupta and Ananya Verma. The music of the play was scored by Anil Tickoo and Sanjeev Gupta rendered rhythm in the play. The lights of the play were designed by Pankaj Sharma and executed by Brijesh Avtaar Sharma whereas the sound was rendered by Lokesh Chander.
The allied arrangements of the show were looked after by Mohammad Yaseen, Shivam Singh, Bhisham Gupta, Sandeep Kumar, Abhi Bargotra, Goutam Sharma and Mahikshit Singh.
On the third day of Natrang Children Theatre Festival, Balwant Thakur’s yet another nationally acclaimed Hindi play ‘Aap Hamaare Hain Kaun’ will be staged on Tuesday 18th July, 2017 at 5:30 PM at Abhinav Theatre, Jammu.
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