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JAMMU: A well designed performance of a new play ‘Apna Apna Dard’ was presented by Natrang. The play was written by Hammidullah and directed by Neeraj Kant.
As the name suggests, the play ‘Apna Apna Dard’ presents different layers of human emotions in different relations and also the deep sorrow associated with them. Everyone has his/her own expectations which may not go in sync with the expectations of the others thus the pains erupt.
Though the play dealt with different stories but the common character which remains in central position throughout the play is a young girl, Madhu who is not having a happy life because of the circumstances. She endeavours to change her situation but she opted a wrong choice for it which punishes her till her death.
The play also teaches us that one has to make right choices to lead a happy and successful life and if our intentions are good but the choices are bad, we still are destined to be doomed and this is what happened with Madhu in the play.
She had very innocent aspirations like have a family of her own but to fulfill this, she picks a wrong person which ruined her life. The moral degradation and decay of human values which is getting worst with the changing times was very clearly presented in the play.
Till we are not introduced to someone, everything in his/her life may appear to be alright but the whole scenario changes once we get to know the real pain that person is suffering in order to live life.
Natrang actors who acted in the play included Masood Qadir, Meenakshi Bhagat, Shivam Singh, Akshit Kaul and Vrinda Sharma. Lights were designed by Shivam Singh and executed by Neeraj Kant. Music was rendered by Brijesh Avatar Sharma and set was designed by Bhisham Gupta. The presentations were done by Mahikshit Singh and the show was coordinated by Mohd. Yaseen.
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