Islamic University-based theatre troupe IU Theatre staged the play ‘Panta Akali’ at the university’s Bangla Mancha on Friday evening.
The play has been penned by renowned dramatist Manna Hira and directed by Nishat Urmi, a third year student of marketing.
It was staged marking the 41st founding anniversary of IU.
IU Theatre adviser and teacher of law department Professor M Shahjahan Mondol, IU proctor and student adviser Professor Paresh Chandra Barman and teacher of applied nutrition and food technology department M Taufiq Elahi were present at the programme.
Around three hundred students from different departments gather at the venue to enjoy the play.
‘Panta Akali’ criticises the non-government organisations that profits from misfortunes of hapless farmers.
Nahid, Piyash, Isthiyaq, Adnan, Rumon, Bindu and Joy acted in the play.
‘It is an educative play. We want to raise awareness on anomalies in society by staging plays. I hope the audience enjoyed the show,’ Ashikur Rahman Bony, IU Theatre general secretary, told New Age.
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