Hindustani play ‘Samaira’ staged

Excelsior Correspondent
JAMMU, Nov 4: A Hindustani play ‘Samaira’ written by Additional Commissioner Income Tax Jammu SK Sharma was staged at Abhinav Theatre, here today.
Giving details about the play, Sharma informed that the play was about a little girl, who was born in Srinagar outskirts.
After passing through the odd and even stages of her life, the girl, who used to be a brighter student, becomes a fighter pilot.
Sharma said that a little girl ‘Samaira’ later sacrificed her life for the sake of nation during Indo-Pak conflict.
In the play, the daughter of ‘Samaira’ also tries to follow the footprints of her mother.
Through this play, a message is being passed to the youth that after walking on right path and after doing hard work with dedication and honesty, they can over come the difficulties and can achieve their goals irrespective of any odds whatsoever come in their way, Sharma added.
“Once you become a responsible citizen of this country it is your duty to repay that to your society or nation and this message has been very categorically depicted through action and emotions in this play, he informed.
“Two other plays Toote Rishte, Khaliktey Sarhadey and Satyata Ke Udan were also written by me and staged in Jammu and other States”, he, said, adding that a book ‘Parbhat’ was also written by him. These plays contain a very relevant message to the society to present context, he added.