“Freedom” is woman’s distant dream-Natya Mahotsav
Freedom is a woman's distant dream.
Freedom is still a distant dream for women. Natyansh Society of Dramatic and Performing Arts and West Zone Cultural Centre started a 5 day National Natya Mahotsav in Shilpgram on Wednesday.
Muktakashi Rangmanch witnessed a power packed performance on Wednesday evening at 7. Artists from Jodhpur displayed full of life performance in “Ji-Jaisi aapki marzi”. Portraying 4 different women of different age, background, language and life standards, the play expressed that all these 4 women are on the same platform at a particular point.
Women are still not independent to take their own decisions. They are not free to take decisions even on ground level. Issues pertaining to gender difference, orthodox traditions and even economic independence are not decided by women. Whether it is about social constraints or political freedom, or it is about religion …women are still not free. Freedom is basically a distant dream for women. Ironically, a woman has to say “As you wish” if she wants to stay away from troubles in life.
The stage act has written by Nadira Babbar and directed by Dr. Vikas Kapoor. Artists Leela Nagar, Jyoti Gaur, Tavi Rathi, Vanshika Sankhla, Mohammed Imran, Manohar Singh Chauhan, Rajkumar Chauhan, Abhishek Trivedi and Anupama Vakil created an impression with their exemplary performance.
Today evening at 7, team from Kanpur will present “Purush”, an act directed by Nisha Verma. This play expresses the struggles of women in the men’s world. The play has been written by Jayant Dalvi and the artists are from Anukrati Rangmandal, Kanpur.