Ghazab Teri Adaa - An engaging musical commentary on the aftermath of War

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender', we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions. 

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again. 

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars. 

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward. 

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar. 

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.

Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa Verma

Rani - Sonal
Dasi - Ankita Gusain

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

After 'Tajmahal ka Tender, we planned to visit NSD Summer Theatre festival last weekend for 'Ghazab Teri Adaa'. The action of play takes place in imaginary time and place which revolves arounf the never ending aspiration for the expansion of the kingdom and is the constant battle for the continuous fights in the battle field. A beautiful play which engages audience through musical commentary on aftermaths of war. It's not only about musical commentary but a good mix of humor and emotions.The play begins with the farewell address to soldiers for 100th warEverybody assembles to bid farewell to soldiers. Women happily send away their husband and sons being unaware about the brutal consequences of war.  I don't want to disclose the story here, and encourage you to visit National School of Drama to see this play, when it's showcased again.Women of the kingdom came together and planned to make soldiers & kind aware of human values. Idea was to discourage wars.When soldiers came back from the war, each lady in the region declined to have any physical intimacy. Some humorous scenes take the story forward.This play is directed by Dr Waman Kendre, who joined NSD as Director in 2013. Prior to joining NSD, Waman Kendre served as Professor and Director of Academy of Theatre Arts, University of Mumbai.  Cast of the play included - Deep Kumar as King, Manish Kumar as Pradhan. Soldiers include - Abdul Kadir Shah, Raju Roy, Akhil Pratap Gautam, Jaganath Seth, Mohan Lal Sagar, Raghavendra Pratap Singh, Shahnawaz Khan, Vipan Kumar, Basu Soni, Naresh Kumar.Annapurna Soni as laya, Chorus by Annapurna Soni, Reena Saini, Anamika Sagar, Ankita Gusain, Aparajita Dey, Sampa Mandal, Shruti Mishra.Abla - Vandana Sharma, Sonal, Shilpa VermaRani - SonalDasi - Ankita Gusain

4 comments:

ArchanaC Kapoor said...

Interesting indeed! Thanks for sharing Vijay :)!

Ami said...

Well captured. Reminds me of my Kathak recitals :D

Alok singhal said...

Very interesting. Thanks

VJ Sharma said...


Thanks Archana, Ami and Alok :)

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