Education for women was the core message of the play titled ‘Mardon ne use bazaar diya’ which was presented at Scientific Society on 22 Oct.
It was part of a three day programme Sudha Dongre Lekhika Natya Mahaotsav which began on 20 Oct. and was organized by Padmaganga Prathishtha.
The play captured the plight of uneducated women in India and how their blind trust in a loved one could prove to be devastating. Vice Chancellor of Nagpur University SV Kane was the chief guest.
The fest takes place every year and is dedicated to female playwrights and is one of a kind in the country.
The play was last of three plays produced this year which was written and directed by Urmila Deshpande while Anushree Gawande and Sanjiv Jain played the lead roles.
The story revolved around Sarita (played by Gawande) and Rakesh (played by Jain) who work hard to provide for their three kids and their grandmother.
Source: Times of India