Rasaranjani is organising a Telugu play called Satya Kameshthi, on 20th & 21st March, at Sri Thyagaraya Gana Sabha in Chikkadpally. The play was written by late Akella Satyanarayana Murthy, and is being directed by Mohan Senapathi. The characters are played by K Nataraj as Dr. Dinakar, Mohan Senapathy as Dr. Rao, B Narayana as the patient, Srilakshmi as Aruna and C Narayana Swamy as the security guard.
Satya Kameshthi is about how a corrupt doctor messes up a surgery on a patient and tries to cover up the patient's death. It also shows how the same doctor plays his corrupt games when he enters politics. The play ends with the patient, who the doctor presumes is dead, appearing in a Janata Adalat and revealing the evil-doings.
Rasaranjini was established in March 1993, with a staging of the famous play Kanya Sulkam. During these 14 years since its inception, it has staged about 1,900 plays. It stages a play every month at Sri Thyagaraya Gana Sabha, to promote this neglected form.
The association not only stages its own productions, it also gets groups from outside and pays for their staging. It also trains in acting and mime. K V Ramana, IAS, is its president. Most of the members are renowned theater personalities.
The entry to the play is by tickets of Rs. 10 only, available at the venue. Please contact D Someshwara Rao at 94401-42266 for further details.