A modern day satire, set in suburban Hyderabad, the references to a certain business family are not lost on anyone.
Kissa Karorimal Ki Laash Ka is in the Dakhni dialect that gives it a rustic effect, something imperative to such a play. It tells the story of two brothers, Anil and Mukesh Patel, who rule over a village they divide into two. The hostility between the brothers carries over to their respective villagers. They do not see eye to eye until a mysterious stranger dies on the border of their domains.
Each wants the other to bear the funeral expenses until they read the contents of a letter in the possession of the deceased. The man turned out to be a corerpati who has bequeathed his property to anyone who performs his last rites. Needless to say, the brothers now do a back-flip for the man's body.
The play written originally in Telugu as Kundeti Kommu (Rabbit's Horns) by popular Telugu playwright Divakar Babu has been translated by Anant Kulkarni. Please contact Chakrapani at 98853-83863 for further details.