Antarjudhho – A fresh conceptualized drama held on September 3, Sunday at Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra, Panjabari, Guwahati. The drama was enacted at Madhavdev Auditorium and is immensely loved by the audience and the effort been well appreciated. The drama outlined some soul touching lines and situations which we often go through in life but mostly overlooked. The rendition of the play is well monitored and shaped whilst the team didn’t miss a single oppurtunity to make us learn about giving time to others and maintaining a healthy bond within family members what we neglect in our daily life.

This drama is written by one of the popularised youth story writers of Assam, Rituparna Das. The youth writer have put his effort on portraying well the concept of the story which is related to every family. The story have a very deep and touching abstraction that will certainly fill profound impact on on viewers mind.

The lead roles has been played by the famous actors of the Assamese film industry Pranjana Dutta and famous poet Late Ishan Barua’s Son, Rupam Barua respectively. The drama concentrated upon the character of an old father whose role is very well established by former Chief Coordinator as well as Scientist at the Directorate of Forensic Science, Guwahati Dr Padmapani. It also featured other actors like Chinmayi Bhattacharjee, Mani Bordoloi, Bhavana Kakoti, Korobi Das, Sikha Mahanta, Dr. Dipesh Bhagawati, Sanu Daimari, Child artistes – Tanmayee Bora, Fridalin and Swadhin in different roles.

The drama has been assisted by Dr Mrinal Jyoti Goswami on lights, stage by Jyoti Shankar Bhattacharjee, make-up by Tibro Jyoti Bairagee and music has been composed by Sudipta Sharma Bharali. The show has been showcased on afternoon 3:30 p.m. and also at evening 6:30 P.M. This, drama has been produced by ARDSI (Alzheimer’s & Related Disorders Society of India), Guwahati Chapter.

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