The Last Wish Baby touches all Hearts
A baby miraculously born without heart and at the same time, another pregnant woman delivers that missing heart, this sensational incident was further promoted by electronic media as a lead story and how both women struggled to save their baby is all about the play The Last Wish Baby which was presented at Lok Kala Mandal on 18th Dec
A baby miraculously born without heart and at the same time, another pregnant woman delivers that missing heart; how this sensational incident being further promoted by electronic media as a lead story and how both women struggled to save their baby is what the multilingual play, The Last Wish Baby , which was presented at Lok Kala Mandal on 18th Dec was all about.
Performed by 16 young artists, The Last Wish Baby, directed by well known Telugu Film actor and Director Rathna Shekhar Reddy was a fantastic fusion of satire and melodrama.
The play was organized by Round Table India as part of fund raising in support of a Government Primary School in Badi Village of Udaipur. Throughout the play, the audience remained spellbound with the incredible performance and in-depth subject originally written by William Seebring.
A hot talk was depicted in the play by people from political, religious and other diverse backgrounds giving arguments on the miracle baby, besides all the hotchpotch, the court interrupts in between and orders both mothers to keep the baby alive by putting the heart. The play was full of many touching scenes well expressed by artists.
The Last Wish Baby taught that people should raise their voice against injustice otherwise injustice will grow further to an irrepressible state.
Rishabh Verdia, Chairman of Udaipur United Round Table India informed that funds received through the play will be used to construct a school at Badi Village. The program began with the traditional lamp lighting ceremony conducted by Chief Guest Sheikh Shabbir Mustafa and other prominent personalities. At the conclusion of the play, Rishabh also informed that as committed by Reddy, the Samahaara group has been kind enough to donate a major portion of their free toawrds the school building cause as well.