Life is indeed a stage for Vijay. But if you think that your wife is acting too,
then things get rather melodramatic. Here's exactly how.
Established in 1974, the Ravi & Ravi Arts Association has been staging and promoting dramas to help both senior and aspiring artists. M Krishna Mohan, a TV, radio and stage artist, is the person behind all the activity. His other area of interest is writing, and "Taalenduku Egatalika" is a recent play of his, based on the relationship between a husband and wife. It is being staged as part of the organization's 27th anniversary function to be held today.
There are 4 main characters in the play, and Mohan himself plays the main character of Vijay (husband) in the play. Vijay, who was abandoned by his parents while he was a child, grows up to be a drama artist. Ragini, a drama enthusiast, befriends Vijay after being impressed by his works portraying family issues and delivering a message. They fall in love and get married.
Though Vijay is good at heart, he has a habit of suspecting everyone. His wife is his victim and she is constantly harassed. With the help of her uncle, she finally brings a change in him, and all ends well.
The above drama will be followed by another short one called "Sri Krishna Rayabaaram". The winner of the Nandi Nataka Award, Kanakambaram, will present the drama along with colleagues Nancharaiah and Raja Babu.
M Raja, a famous writer of the cine field whose scripts were made into movies like Sreekaram, Subhakaryam, Cheppalani Undi, Egirepavurama, Subhkankshalu, Angarakshakudu, etc. will be felicitated today. Surabhi Jamuna Rayalu, the renowned mythological-drama artist, will be honored with the title "Natasiromani" and L D Prasad, a prominent vaasthu expert, will be felicitated on the same evening.
Please contact Krishna Mohan at 724-3786 (R) for further details.