For a change, Shilparamam is organising two social plays in Telugu this weekend. As part of this, Mrutha Sanjeevani is being staged on 10th May. The play is written by Akurati Bhaskar Chandra, directed by J Ramana Prabhu and presented by Sandhya Arts Academy.
Mrutha Sanjeevani is about the relationship bonds and values of an ethnic Indian family. An NRI from USA comes to a town in Andhra Pradesh on an assignment for one year. He puts a proposal to a poor family to lease their room to him for a couple of lakhs of rupees. Due to dire financial straits, the poor family agrees, and so they start leaving together.
As the owner of the house is bed-ridden due to an incurable disease, his beautiful wife works in a private company and takes care of him. All of a sudden, halfway through his assignment, the NRI decides to go back to the USA, and demands his money from the family. Unable to pay the money, the family asks for time, to which the NRI refuses.
Finally he relents, provided the wife of the house owner marries him. This upsets the lady so much that takes the extreme step of committing suicide. The NRI immediately stops her from committing the act and realises how strong values Indian relationships are bound by.
The characters in the play are portrayed by M Sharath Kumar, B Sudhakar, Haribabu, Ramana Murthy, Nageshwara Rao and Surabhi Prabhavathi. Please contact Uma Naidu at 94408-33999/2381-0444 or the venue at 2310-0455 for further details.