Anand Ingale and Shweta Pendse First Time Together on Stage

The Marathi theatre tradition is steeped in glory, with numerous talented playwrights, writers, and directors winning the hearts of audiences with their diverse theatrical works. Many plays from that era continue to enchant theatre enthusiasts and producers-directors even after many years. Some contemporary producers are daring to revive these old classics, presenting them with new casts. Following the adage Old is Gold, some classic plays are being rejuvenated and performed anew. This trend is drawing audiences back to Marathi theatre. One such play to join this list is Nakalat Saare Ghadale written by Shekhar Dhavalikar and directed by Vijay Kenkre. Produced by Navnit Productions and presented by Roopkatha Prakashit, this newly cast play will debut on June 1. The producers are Rahul Pethe and Nitin Bhalchandra Naik.

For the first time, actors Anand Ingale and Dr Shweta Pende will be sharing the stage. Along with them, the play features performances by Prashant Keni, Tanisha Varde, and other artists.

Every generation has its own opinions and perspectives. Who is right? Who is wrong? How do we resolve the widening gap between generations? Addressing these issues, Nakalat Saare Ghadale provides an entertaining theatrical experience that offers a unique perspective on ourselves, various relationships, and our overall value system.

The music for Nakalat Saare Ghadale is composed by Ashok Patki. The set design is by Rajan Bhise, lighting by Shital Talpade, and costumes by Mangal Kenkre.

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