The National Drama School inaugurates Bharat Rang Mahotsav
The 21st edition of the Bharat Rang Mahotsav (BRM): the annual theater festival organized by the National Drama School (NSD) is ready to bring plays, interactive sessions and other cultural events to brighten the winter afternoons of the enthusiasts of the Theater in the capital. The inaugural function of BRM 2020 began in the Kamani auditorium with Panchvadyam. The dignitaries present at the occasion included Chief Guest Vidushi Rita Ganguly, eminent theater artist and vocalist, Guest of Honor Mohan Agashe, renowned theater and film personality and Special Guest Nirupama Kotru, IRS, Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Culture, Government. of India among others. The function was chaired by Arjun Deo Charan, interim president, NSD Society. .
Suresh Sharma, director in charge of the National School of Drama, welcomed the guest in the inaugural function and thanked all the participants of the national and international theater fraternity who presented themselves. In addition, he especially expressed his gratitude to the actor Amol Palekar, who came and honored the occasion by presenting his work at the opening ceremony. He also said through the years, Bharat Rang Mahotsav has presented some masterpieces from the theater world. The idea is to reach a much wider audience with postmodern and regional theater works. We hope to highlight the importance of theater and plays and promote the culture of appreciating various forms of performing arts.
The main guest, Vidushi Rita Ganguly, present at the event, said: “The eventual expression of the human race is theater, I give credit to all these honors that I receive from Ebrahim Alkazi. NSD treats everyone equally and in the theater everyone has their own place.
Guest of honor Mohan Agashe, renowned theater and film character who was present at the event, said that theater occupies the highest place in art forms. I am really elated to see that year after year NSD is giving this live art a stage.
Present at the event the special guest Ms. Nirupama Kotru, IRS, Joint Secretary and Ministry of Culture, Government. from India said NSD is one of the nine gems we have in our country. We should encourage greater participation and spectator of the theater.
Echoing his thoughts, Arjun Deo Charan, acting president of the NSD Society, said: The theater makes sense of people and the position of an actor occupies a prominent place in the theater of our country. An actor must take into account his own emotions and the emotions of his characters. character and this understanding if conceived can help anyone and everyone.
As every year, this year too, BRM promises a diverse experience with a large number of works that represent various shades of emotions along with master classes of hardcore theater fraternity. The festival will present 91 works that include a combination of postmodern and regional theater by Indian and international artists. It will open with veteran theater and film character, Amus Palekar, the criminal drama Kusur: the mistake that revolves around the life of retired assistant police commissioner Dandavate, whose life changes overnight when he volunteers to serve in the police control room. In addition, the festival will also exhibit a mix of romance, suspense, comedy and music along with international plays, interactive sessions and allied events.