Independence Day celebrations throughout town have gone on-line as a result of pandemic. And to maintain the spirit of patriotism and present their love for the nation, even theatre and poetry groups will carry out on-line to commemorate the day .
Sandeep Rawat, director, Samarth theatre group, says, “We’re launching our quick play festival-2021 (Digital Version)- Kahani on 15th August and it will go upto 30th August. Each weekend our reveals shall be telecasted stay on our pages. The play we’re acting on 15th is ‘Hawalaat’, written by Sarveshwar Dayal Saxena.The theme is a satirical one, based mostly on unemployment, politics and so on. It’s a 29 minutes play which shall be streamed on-line at 5 p.m. on 15th August.”
Including that your complete shoot for the play was completed within the studio, protecting in thoughts the social distancing norms, he provides, “The play was shot in our studio with all security measures and through the unlock interval. That is the explanation we opted for brief performs, in order that two or three individuals can shoot whereas sustaining social distancing.”
The present scenario shouldn’t be stopping theatre artists from portraying their creativity on the screens by means of digital mediums and connecting with the viewers in varied methods.
“Throughout this pandemic, we considered doing one thing completely different by giving alternatives to everybody by means of our platform. The concept was that individuals from throughout can ship their poems to us and we shall be publishing it on all our pages. So for Independence Day, we now have a poem “Important Hindustan Hun” by Ambreen Zaidi, who can also be the spouse of an Indian military officer,” Tarique Hameed, Common Secretary of Wings Cultural Society.
Including that the poem is a tribute to the military, he says, “Sadly, this time we’re unable to do a play on account of sure circumstances however we are attempting to maintain up the spirit by means of the poem. It was shot by means of cellphone and shall be printed on 15th August. It’s comparatively powerful to shoot for a virtual viewers however on the identical time, it would assist us to succeed in more individuals.”
Not simply performs and poetry, artists are developing with discussions as effectively. Elaborating on the identical, Prabhjot Singh, founder and artistic director, The Roots India, says, “The occasion we’re doing on 15th August is concerning the rights of an artist and their perspective of freedom. It is going to be a dialog adopted by two performances, first is Azad stay, it’s an concept the place we discover the final ten minutes of Chandra Shekhar Azad and will probably be carried out by Aditya Tripathi. The second is Azaadi objectified, it’s a piece the place we’re doing a sort of experiment with the viewers. They are going to come stay on display and converse concerning the azadi that they need.”