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Kohinoor Theatre ready to entertain Nagaon from January 28

The Bhogali Bihu celebration has continued in Nagaon with series of theatre groups are ready to not only entertain the local crowd but make them part of their own experience through enacting on stories based upon Assamese tradition. Just with the feel of spring season in late January month most awaited troup ‘Kohinoor Theatre’ is here in Nagaon Nehru Bali field northern end going to show 3 days with three different play beginning on 28 January’10 till 30 January evening.

The ‘Kohinoor Theatre’ team is going to unwrap Kanchan Barua’s popular narration ‘Asimat khar Heral Seema’ under the direction and theatrical translation by Hemant Dutt. Then, Sevabrat Barua story ‘Shitre Semeka Rati’ under his own direction is in pipe-line. Lastly, but not the least one in the queue is Abhijit Bhattacharya written-directed play ‘ Amai Munnai Kecha’.

So, overall the Nagaon people are definitely going to enjoy spring with multi-starrer play comprising dance, song, incident of daily life etc to bring total experience of theatre with social message in it.

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I saw your excellent theatre. may god bless you.


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