Bringing to you the all-night flavour of staying up in a community environment and watching an overnight marathon of dramas is Wide Wings Media’s Natyasattak Rajani. Touted as the ‘showstopper’ of Pune Natyasattak, Natyasattak Rajani will commence its run on 9 pm on January 25 and will conclude at 7.30 am on January 26, India’s Republic Day. Pune Natyasattak was spread over two week-ends of January 12-14 and January 19-21.
The Natyasattak Rajani will bring together Sachin Khedekar and Chandrakant Kulkarni, who will narrate the pieces written by Mahesh Elkunchwar. Titled Maunraag, the programme has been directed by Kulkarni. At 11.30 pm, the audiences will roll off the seats as the winning cast of Purushottam Karandak’s one-act play Deta ka Karandak will take the stage.
Every theatre enthusiast is keen on watching this comedy by Devendra Gaikwad and Paresh Devlankar.
Then comes the 202 Elina, a production by Theatron Entertainment. This mime act has won many accolades across the state. Shivraj Waichal, Kaumudi Walokar, Suraj Parasnis and Virajas Kulkarni will work their ‘silent magic’ on the audience.
Then, it’s time for another amusing turn in the event. The popular Marathi web channel BhaDiPa will present their stand up comedy act. Comedians Sarang Sathye, Omkar Rege and Chetan Mule will make sure that you not only stay awake for the following performance but also have all your antennas buzzing.
Last, but not the least, celebrate the breaking of dawn with Urdu adab aur Sufi mausiki ki mehfil - Sukhan. The team of Sukhan presents the programme in a mushayara format — consisting of shayaris, ghazals and poems in Urdu. ST
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The tickets of Natyasattak Rajani will be available at Balgandharva Rangmandir from 9 - 11.30 am and 5 - 8 pm. Online booking can be done through www.ticketees.com