Tata Play along with Zee Theatre introduces 30 days 30 plays

In the age of movies and TV shows, there is still a certain magic in theatre plays. The stage was set in the Shakespearean era, but the thrill and experience of watching artists perform live continues to live on. No matter which part of the world one belongs to, there is always an audience who celebrates this form of art and holds it close to their heart. For these devoted viewers, Tata Play Theatre in association with Zee Theatre brings ‘Har Din Naya Drama’ by giving viewers access to 30 plays for 30 days, every day at 2PM & 8 PM, starting 22nd October. In the week of 22nd October, viewers will get the chance to watch some of the most loved Indian plays which are specially curated by Tata Play, offering them the best stories to carry with themselves.

Gudiya ki Shaadi - 22nd October

Performed by cast including Shweta Basu Prasad, Virendra Saxena, Samta Sagar, Ishtiyaq Khan, Saroj Sharma, and others, Gudiya Ki Shaadi is a rollercoaster ride following the story from the eve of Gudiya’s wedding which witnessed a tragic yet comic incident leading to her losing her eyebrows and some hair; causing utter chaos and panic within the family.

Relationship Agreement- 23rd October

Sumona Chakravarty, Darius Shroff, Pheroza Modyand and Sajeel Parakh perform in the play Relationship Agreement depicting the slice of contemporary urban life. The play is set in Mumbai focusing on speed dating, as a couple draws up a contract to avoid the trials and errors of a relationship, however they face trouble sticking to the agreement.

Orange Juice- 24th October

Orange Juice is a Hindi play starring Aanjjan Srivastav, Anupriya Goenka, Chirag Vohra, Divya Jagdale, and Kavin Dave. The scenes revolve around Ranavat family who find Pravin, a destitute villager, who agrees to donate his kidney when the head of the family needs a transplant. However, Pravin's mind is defiled by lust and greed, and as a result, he causes issues for the Ranavats. 

Rajdarshan- 25th October

When Lambodar Bhatt is given the opportunity to have his soul transported into King Nand’s body, he thinks of it as a way to make things right and become rich. Enjoy this tale of comedy, thriller, and suspense drama with artists like Zakir Hussain and Anang Desai and Anurag Mishra in lead roles.

Antardwand- 26th October

A certifiably insane man shows up unexpectedly at a psychiatrist's office and manages to cure him of his ailment in a role-reversal between doctor and patient. This teleplay, which stars Pankaj Berry, offers an engrossing glimpse into the human psyche and the moral compass that guides us starring Tanaz Irani, Adnan Khan, Aditi Gowitrikar, Pankaj Berry, Gopal Singh, and Namya Saxena.

Dayashankar Ki Diary- 27th October

In Ashish Vidyarthi's portrayal of Dayashankar in the title, the sense of rejection and humiliation that he encounters on a daily basis overwhelms him. Dayashankar creates a fantasy cocoon around himself to protect him from reality. He keeps spinning this web, into which he eventually falls and loses all control. The play provides answers to many of these fascinating questions while also giving viewers a glimpse into the amazing events that take place inside the human mind.

Womanly Voices- 28th October

The teleplay dramatises three outstanding tales that showcase the breadth and depth of some of India's best female authors. Here are three strong and distinct Womanly Voices that go far beyond the hearth and home and illuminate the world around them with humour, insight, and rare compassion: Wajida Tabassum's perceptive "Utran," Mahasweta Devi's riveting and savagely moving "Shishu," and Gita Mehta's hauntingly poignant story, "The Teacher's story." Each story highlights various aspects of human emotions which are portrayed exceptionally well by Joy Sengupta, Suchitra Pillai, Pranav Sachdev, Ira Dubey, Deepika Amin and Adit Bhilare.

Rishton ka Live Telecast- 29th October

This story is about a bickering middle-class, Sharma family, characterised by Aakanksha Gade, Aanjjan Srivastav, Himani Shivpuri, etc. who are roped in to participate in a reality show. For the sake of winning they live together and pretend to be happy but even in their pretence they learn more about each other in those few days than they have done throughout their lives.

Next week there will be more plays on Tata Play Theatre, do keep an eye out for next week’s listicle


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