Taj Mahal ka Tender: Satire on corruption
Play 'Taj Mahal ka Tender' was being performed at Shilpgram's Rangshaala on Sunday, organized by West Zone Cultural Center. This satirical comedy depicted the corruption prevailed in Monarchy and Democratic.
Play ‘Taj Mahal ka Tender’ was being performed at Shilpgram’s Rangshaala on Sunday, organized by West Zone Cultural Center. This satirical comedy depicted the corruption prevailed in Monarchy and Democratic.
The artists of Rangyatra institute, Lucknow presented the play which was written by Ajay Shukla and directed by Gyaneshwar Mishra. The play portrayed two parallel time zones- monarchy and democracy in which corruption prevailed in the respective time periods.
The play depicted how in democratic system, Shah Jahan faces problem while building the Taj Mahal. The corrupt engineers, politicians, bureaucrats etc. create hurdles in the process and is showcased in the satirical comedy.
The character of Shah Jahan was played by Gyaneshwar Mishra himself while other characters were played by Mohammad Mustakeen Salmani (chief engineer), Dhanraj Vajpayee (bhaiya ji), Shailendra Upadhyay (neta), Sarita Yadav (mumtaz), Neema Gupta (aara), Aditya Kumar Lipton (chaprasi) and Dr. Madhuprakash Shrivastav (sudhir).
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