Dozakh, a Marathi play directed by Abhijeet Zunjarrao talks about one of the most sensitive issues in the Indian political scenario. The play sheds light on how religious extremists use religion as an excuse to harm other human beings, especially women. It takes the audience on a journey of self-exploration where caste, religion, human rights, equality and crime are the central subjects.
The narrative of the play, revolving around two young girls speaks loudly of how religious propaganda accounts for ruthless killing of many around the world. It also puts to stage all the stereotype, hate crime and pressures faced by all women. The script pans through scenes where poetry is used to evoke emotions and show the plight of female survivors of war. Two hours of an intense portrayal of all the atrocities done against women makes the play a poignant watch. Come to the DSM and watch this brilliant analysis of religion and human character.
About Abhijeet Zunjarrao
Abhijeet Zunjarrao is a theatre and film actor, director and writer. He has directed several plays in the Marathi theatre circuit and also runs a production group Abhinay, Kalyan.
Written by: Irfan Mujawar
Directed by: Abhijeet Zunjarrao
Date and Time: 16th December, 7pm
Venue: 5th Floor, The Drama School Mumbai, Girgaon, Mumbai – 400 004
Tickets: Rs. 250/-
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