Bogra Theatre to stage Droho in India

Cultural Correspondent | Published: 23:33, Jul 20,2017 | Updated: 00:42, Jul 21,2017


A scene from Droho.

Theatre troupe Bogra Theatre will stage two shows of its acclaimed production Droho in West Bengal, India.
The troupe will stage the play in two districts of West Bengal-- Bolpur on August 15 and Naihati on August 18.
The troupe is going to India at the invitation of Kolkata-based cultural organisation Arvinda Trust.
Written and directed by Toufique Hasan Moyna, the play depicts the struggles of the people living in Shariakandi upazila of Bogra district, which is situated on the bank of Jamuna river.
The play also portrays the sacrifices and bravery of the people in the char areas of Bogra during the liberation war.
The cast of the play includes Alok Paal, Faruk Hossain, Jakiul Sobuj, Bidhan Krisna, Papri Islam, Nishu, Dipaboli Mukharjee, Topon, Shovon, Amzad, Hamid, Rafi Ruhi and others.
‘I am looking forward to our India trip. We hope to please the people of West Bengal with our performance,’ Kanok Paul, a senior member of the troupe, told New Age.
Droho is the 63rd production of the troupe.

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