“Bikhre Bimb” (Hindi) back at Ranga Shankara



Girish Karnad’s "Bikhre Bimb" at Ranga Shankara

Girish Karnad’s hugely successful play, "Bikhre Bimb" (in Hindi) will be staged at Ranga Shankara, on Sun, 29 May ’11.

Bikhre Bimb is among the most successful plays produced recently in India. The play has seen more than 100 shows and has been invited to all the major festivals of India. Arundhati Nag’s masterly portrayal of two characters in a skillfully conceived plot has won her accolades and since its opening, Bikhre Bimb has been invited to, and performed at, all major theatre festivals in the country. It won the awards for best playwright, best actress and best director at META ’07.

Tickets are available at Ranga Shankara, on

www.indianstage.in and www.bookmyshow.com

Details of the performance

Name of the play: Bikhre Bimb

Dates: Sun, 29 May at 3.30 pm and 7:30 PM

Venue: Ranga Shankara

Playwright: Girish Karnad

Actor: Arundhati Nag

Directors: Girish Karnad and K M Chaitanya

Translator: Padmavati Rao (from the Kannada original)

Lighting: Pradeep Belawadi


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