Nautanki Theatre is presenting its Hindi play, "Aakhri Khat" (the last letter), on 28th June, at the Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan auditorium, King Koti. The play is making its debut tonite, and there will be 2 shows, one at 5pm and the next at 7pm.
The play revolves around happiness, contentment, love, inner strengths and memories. It is beautifully said through William Shakespeare's sonnet, "Love is not love which alters when its alteration finds, or bends with the remover to remove." The cast of the play includes Irshad Khan, Brijesh Kumar, Krishna and K Mythreya, and the play is written by K Mythreya and directed by Irshad Khan.
One night, a writer encounters his own soul, which eventually takes him back to his past and makes him confess to all his mistakes. The soul reads the last letter left by the writer's wife. A love lost! Broken dreams! Nothing to live for! All his life, he was a puppet in the hands of fate. But will he decide at least his end? This forms the rest of the play.
Nautanki Theatre was founded in March 2008. It is an amalgam of rich experience and youthful enthusiasm. Irshad Khan, with 11 years of theatre experience and a few projects with Bollywood's biggest directors, is the director and founder of the group.
Entry is by donor passes of Rs. 200 and Rs. 250, with a discount of Rs. 50 applicable if passes are booked at least a day in advance. Please contact 99088-14496 or 99493-90673 for further details.