Friday, July 25, 2014

Delhiites have reason to rejoice: Ashvin Gidwani's four successful plays at the HT Theatre Weekend

Theatre lovers in New Delhi now have a reason to rejoice as a series of hilarious plays will be staged over the weekend. The Hindustan Times theatre weekend will be held in New Delhi on the 2nd and 3rd of August 2014. This occasion is a first time association between Fever entertainment& Ashvin Gidwani Productions. During this weekend, Ashvin Gidwani Productions will be presenting four of their hugely popular plays Scent of a Man, History of India 'VIRitten’, Two to Tango Three to Jive and Blame It on Yashraj. They will keep the audiences enthralled with their outstanding performances and brilliant

Speaking about it, Ashvin Gidwani, MD & Producer, Ashvin Gidwani Productions (AGP), says, “We are excited that four of our biggest shows are coming together during the prestigious theatre weekend. It is going to be a huge opportunity for fans to see their favorite stars on stage and you do not want to miss it!”

Set in present day Mumbai, ‘The Scent of a Man’ is a riotous & uproarious adult comedy, which centres on two married mismatched couples – Nikhil, a successful advertising executive and his intelligent, but slightly neurotic wife Mallika, Tupperware lady Ananya and her husband Partho, an economics professor.

Vir Das’ ‘History of India ‘Vir’itten’, takes the viewer on a journey through Indian History - right from the Harappan civilization and the Vedas to the Mughal Era and the Indian Independence Struggle, ultimately culminating with the oddities of the present day.

Saurabh Shukla’s directorial venture ‘Two To Tango, Three To Jive’ shows what happens when the proverbial midlife crises knocks and then barges through the doors of Parminder Singh Sethi's mundane existence.

‘Blame it on Yashraj’directed by Bharat Dhabolkaris a hilarious story of a Punjabi/Bengali family caught up in the whirlwind of a wedding getting bigger and bigger by the day, when their darling daughter decides to marry a Muslim boy.

These plays that are well known to keep the audience rolling with laughter promise to bring a humorous flavour to the evening. The audience in Delhi is in for a hilarious ride with these shows. This August weekend will be an unforgettable one as the stars descends on stage for their loyal fans. After Mumbai, Delhi is now ready to be entertained for sure.

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