‘Kabab Mein Haddi’ staged in Natrang’s Sunday Theatre

Excelsior Correspondent

A scene from the play ‘Kabab Mein Haddi’ directed by Neeraj Kant, presented by Natrang in its weekly series ‘Sunday Theatre’.
A scene from the play ‘Kabab Mein Haddi’ directed by Neeraj Kant, presented by Natrang in its weekly series ‘Sunday Theatre’.

JAMMU, June 10: Natrang’s Sunday Theatre witnessed the performance of a comedy play ‘Kabab Mein Haddi’, which is Hindustani adaptation of Balwant Gargi’s famous play. The play was directed by Neeraj Kant. The hilarious situations in the play made laughter irresistible for the audience.
‘Kabab Mein Haddi’ as the name suggests is a story of one intruder between two lovers. Naseem and Safdar are two college friends. Naseem is in love with Jameela. Both are post-graduate students studying in a University. Jameela is putting-up in the girls hostel whereas Naseem and Safdar are living in a rented accommodation.
Despite having engaged they hardly find any space and avenue to meet each other to share their feelings. Jameela’s hostel warden is very strict and hardly allows her to move out and this side, Naseem’s sticky friend Safdar hardly leaves him alone.
Both have been shown making attempts to meet each other but in vain. Mustering courage and pulling in all resources they plan their outing on Friendship Day. The movement they step-out, Safdar makes his un-wanted entry and offers them to escort them throughout their outing. Both try to convenience him that they can move on their own but this foolish friend is not ready to buy their arguments and forcefully accompanies them.
The real comedy unveils here when Safdar spoils their every precious moment by intruding between them by creating funny situations. His intrusions irritate them and the moment he sees that they are irritated, he tries to be closer to them with the intention to ease out tension and conflict between them.
Finally they get an opportunity to meet but the same is spoiled by their sincere friend. In fact Safdar sincerely wants to help both but his over whelming concern creates dramatic turns in the story. Wherever he is not required he will suddenly make his entry and would turn the whole situation.
The play was presented by the young actors of Natrang. Rahul Singh as ‘Naseem’, Rohit Verma as ‘Safdar’ and Tajasvi Sharma as ‘Jameela’ played their respective characters with brilliance. Mohit Sharma executed the lights. Atin Tikka rendered the music. The show was coordinated by Mohd. Yaseen and Sumeet Sharma did the presentations.