Chandigarh, July 19 : Diverging form the conventional themes, the Sandli Pairan Kala Kender, supported by the National Sangeet Natak Akademy, UT cultural affairs has ventured to take up issues concerning welfare through their production “Dassh Chakkra” staged today at Randhawa auditorium.A Hindi adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic “An Enemy of the People” by thespian Nemi Chandra Jain suiting the Indian milieu juxtaposed nexus of political and babudom combines resulting in polluted supply of water.
The protagonist, Dr Ravi Kapoor, when raises his voice against the contaminated water, has to face the wrath of corrupt politicians and babus. The role of the press and political parties for exploiting situations to their benefit created some interesting sequences.
The play with dominating narratives staged even the minute details leaving nothing to the imagination and curiosity of the audience expect the child prodigies taking the centrestage with a poem at the fag-end which infused life in the production.
Besides, directing the play the accomplished city actor Sandeep Chatterjee led the cast with Parveen Jaggi, Sonali, Namrata, Sahanker Singh, Rajnish Sonu, including child actors Gandharv Jaggi, Divas, Jayesh and Harshit.