“THEATRE IS SWEAT“ Bratya candidly moistures on his BDAYquoting JEAN COUCTEAU

KOLKATA: Bratya Basu the renowned theatre artist activist and presently our honorable  minister of tourism, was present at academy theatre on 25 September Sunday evening for his new production BOMA, a fiction. The play was written and directed by him presented by KAlindi Bratyajan.

There was a book launch of Lakshya Grhiho the hindi version of the talented dramaturges’ three dramas, translated by Professor Soma Banerjee. Bhubaneswar-based Natya Chetana theatre group and its Natyagram Natyagram (theatre village) near Odisha’s capital city are, arguably, the only globally known institutions from the State. And the man, who is the chief architect of this 25-year-old institution of legacy, has been Subodh Patnaik. The pioneer of theatre Subodh Panaik was present to inaugurate the book.

The Director got his best birthday tribute by his own creation presented by his own production a burning performance of the play Boma. The brilliant young attraction of the play was Krishendu Dewanji as Barin Ghosh. Anirban Ghosh the prominent theatre actor played the character of Ullaskar Dutta with exuberance and enigmatic bliss of romance and revolution.

After a long while a new oaths was born breaking through the dark. To an elevated manifestation Bratyajon’s new play BOMA which is actually placed at the commencement of the 20th century-pre-independence t India’s and Bengal revolutionist’s revolution oriented people’s very own communion. It is not only about life’s superficial appearance intimate trivial yet sensitive points.



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