Many things happened about the discussion in this work.
The work of Anant sharma titled Aamne-Samne it was staged recently in Sangeet Natak Akademi . The work was an unconditional religious conversation between two characters, a teacher played by Vikesh Bajpai and a fanatical believer of Islam played by Shivam Singh . Shubham Tiwari and Shreya Awasthi (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
The work began in a rather unusual way, where Shivam was seen having cakes on the stage, posing to be in a cafe, while the audience made an entrance. This was the uniqueness of this work that, to my knowledge, many have not tried in the theater until now. I wanted the character to be on stage while everyone made an entrance. This is the reason why I did not do it. I have a main guest for the work, Anant shared.
(L) Ravi Kapoor and Anurag Didwani (R) Surya Mohan Kulshrestha (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
The play revolved around the two characters who were discussing the ban on the veil imposed by the government of Turkey A few decades ago. They argued whether the prohibition is essential or not. Shivam and Vikesh received a thunderous applause at the end of the play by the public for their realistic performances.
(L) Urmil Kumar Thapliyal (R) Vishal Raj and Pooja Anand (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
(L) Akansha Agarwal (R) Ankur Katiyar and Hrithik Gautam (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
(L) Anant sharma (R) Gunjan and Anita (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
(L) Arav Aryavanshi (C) Baijanti Nath (R) Gopal Sinha (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)
(L) Rakesh Pandey and Deepak Kabir (R) Manisha Mehra (BCCL/Vishnu Jaiswal)