Four plays you shouldn’t miss this June

Published on 28th Oct 2020 by BlogBuster Editorial Team

The monsoons are here and it’s that time of the year when many of us prefer staying indoors. But that doesn’t have to put a dampener on our spirits. Instead of watching the rains, reading or listening to music, which is oh-so-common, why not try something new? Skip channels, opt for theatre on demand instead. Subscribe to Tata Sky Theatre and get the best plays right on your TV screen. Here’s a sneak peek of all the exciting plays that are lined up for June. So get a big bowl of popcorn, sit back and let the magic begin.

1. Jana tha Roshanpura

Panja’s dying wish is that her husband and father live together for a year. The catch? The two men don’t get along at all but stay for Panja’s sake. What happens after the year comes to an end is why this play is worth a watch. 
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Jana tha Roshanpura
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2. Time Please

Kitu Gidwani and Jitendra Joshi are from different backgrounds but unexpectedly become friends. What is common between them and why are they asking for ‘time please’? Watch this poignant play to find out more. 

Time Please
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3. Rishton ka Live Telecast

The Sharma family who squabbles all the time is roped in to participate in a reality show. A hefty sum is at stake if they can show the world that they are a happy family. Do they have a shot at winning the show?

Rishton ka Live Telecast Hindi Play
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4. Choker Bali

Choker Bali is an adaptation of Rabindranath Tagore’s Bengali novel. The play revolves around a young widow Binodini and her relationships with three individuals. Mahendra -- who has an extramarital affair with Binodini, his wife Ashalata, and Mahendra’s best friend Behari. At the heart of the play is a complex web of distrust, adultery and lies.

“Chokher Bali”, Stories by Rabindranath Tagore
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