STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Natrang presented a political satire ‘Topian’ written by Mani Madhukar under the direction of Balwant Thakur here at Natrang Studio under Sunday Theatre Series. Most appropriate and timely presentation on contemporary political scene of the country, the play is a dig on lusty politicians who can change colours faster than a chameleon just to ensure that they remain in power. The playwright successfully portrayed that politicians are the same; they only change their caps and colours just to befool public. They can be friends and the enemies at the same time, their equations and confrontations change for lust of power. The roles of two neighbours were played by Sushant Singh Charak and Gopi Sharma where as Mahikshit Singh rendered equal support to them. The lights of the play were executed by Neeraj Kant while music of the play was rendered by Arti Devi. The show was coordinated by Mohammad Yaseen and presentations were done by Kananpreet Kaur.
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