As a part of the Celebrating Theatre series being conducted by the Qadir Ali Baig Theatre Foundation, a play by Anupam Kher is being staged at Taramati Baradari's indoor auditorium, on 26th July, from 7:30pm onwards.
The play, titled 'Kuchh Bhi Ho Sakta Hai', was created by the actor himself. It offers humorous insights into Kher's life and struggles - his childhood, his first crush, his first play, his first movie role offered, his struggle in his acting career, and his achievements in an extremely competitive industry. It is a solo performance by Anupam Kher.
Anupam Kher is a well-known face in the film industry, and has periodically taken on unconventional roles, along with run-of-the mill ones. Though Kher has acted in more than 150 movies, Indian audiences
remember him best for his unconventional debut performance in the movie Saaransh. Playing an
elderly parent coping with loneliness and the death of a child, the role won him the coveted Filmfare award for Best Actor that year. Since then, Kher has enthralled Indian audiences with performances in hits that include Tezaab, Ram Lakhan, Dil, Lamhe, Chaalbaaz, Kya Kehna, Kuch Kuch Hota Hai, and most recently as a very level-headed police commissioner in A Wednesday.
Entry is by donor passes available at A A Hussain's (Abids), Ofen (Banjara Hills), Music World (Banjara Hills), Walden (Begumpet), or Sangeet Sagar (Paradise Circle). Please contact www.indianstage.in or theatrefoundation[at]cineworksindia[dot]com for further details.