2 tales, 2 couples too much to handle! - 2 short plays with lots of laughter
Tale 1 : Green Tea *Contains family drama
This play is a contemporary take on the marriage-related drama in the Indian society which will take you on a nostalgic ride of love, laughter, and compromise.
In the city of Nawabs, Mr. Srivastava, having found a suitable match online, invite the boy's family home for the marriage discussion. As they proceed, lots of insecurities, expectations, and secrets unravel. Will Vinay Saxena prove to be the perfect groom and convince Prashasti Srivastava for this proposal? Inspired from Jagdish Chandra Mathur’s “Reedh Ki Haddi”, Green Tea directed by Rishabh Tripathi presents different perspectives with no filter. Filled with a cast of very strong opinions, it's hard to judge who is right and who is wrong.
Tale 2: Bachelor Bash Everybody aspires to live the bachelor life again and again. For every bachelor, there is a thick as blood type flatmate. This play is about two such flatmates Raj (an IT professional) and Aakash (a copywriter). One evening Raj get a decent proposal from his girlfriend and then Aakash makes a plan to celebrate it. The next 24 hours are then mayhem. Scandal in a bar, hangovers. a missing bai, a robbery and an encounter with the prospective in-laws. An original story by Tarun Dangwal, directed by Sourabh Ranjan and Anshul Baijal, this play explores the dynamism of the so-called underground section of the society with a few humorous twists and turns in the tale.