‘Shaadi ka Laddu, Laddu ki Shaadi’, a comic drama for a serious cause

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There is madness in every marriage. Royal or not.

As someone once said, a marriage is like a house. When a light bulb burns out, you fix the bulb. You don’t go and buy a new house. Or do you?

Veteran actor and director Vipul Vyas’ Hindi play ‘Shaadi ka Laddu, Laddu ki Shaadi ‘is a hilarious farce about marriage.

Whether your relationship status is single, looking to get married, in a relationship, complicated, married, or blissfully divorced, there is something in this production for everyone to relate to.

‘Shaadi ka Laddu, Laddu ki Shaadi’ is a light play that provides a window in to an average Indian marriage.

Commenting on the theme of the play, Director/Actor Vipul Vyas said, “A successful marriage is always a work-in-progress. The play explores facets of marriage and relationships. Our sole aim is to entertain audiences, so come and enjoy a good laugh.”

The cast includes Vipul, Aparna Tijoriwala, Hemal Joshi, Jyotsna Sharma, Abhishek Merhotra, Bindoo, Kashmira Sachania, Pradip Pandya, Rushi Dave, Suman Mathur, Mansi Gandhi, Abhishek Sood, Akanksha Srivastva, Akshat Gupta.

All cast and crew work full time, have families with young kids who spend their weekend rehearsing for the play. Most of the artists have acted in either Vipul’s Hindi or Gujarati play before though a couple of them are performing in Vipul’s play for the first time.

Support team includes, writer—Saral Somaiya, production controller—Kamini Pandya, music—Tushar Bose, lights—Sagar Agashe, makeup/ costume—Sandhya Bose, tickets/ admin support—Parag Tijoriwala.

Vipul has made a significant contribution, over the last 20 years, in keeping Indian theatre alive in Australia. He has directed, presented and performed in a number of successful regional language plays.

The proceeds from the event will go to Ekal Vidyalaya Foundation of Australia (EVF Australia), a non-profit organisation, involved in education and development to poor children in the remote villages and tribal areas of India.

Buy your tickets now to support a good cause and have a laughter-filled afternoon/ evening.


Venue: NIDA Parade Theatre, Kensington, NSW | Date: Saturday, 28 July | 2 Shows time : 2:30pm and 6:30pm (Sharp) | Cost: $55, $45 and $35 | For tickets, please contact: Pradip Pandya on 0413049989; Parag Tijoriwala on 0422902731

 

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