Natrang presents two shows of Nationally acclaimed Hindi play ‘Aap Hamare Hain Kaun’
Jammu, Oct 06: Two shows of Nationally acclaimed Hindi play ‘Aap Hamare Hain Kaun’ concluded here today at Police Auditorium, Jammu. Written and Directed by Padamshree Balwant Thakur and presented by Natrang, these shows were powered by Airtel. On the opening day Mr. Danesh Rana, IGP Jammu was the Chief Guest and the show was presented in collaboration with J&K Police for the families and Children of Police personnel.
The concluding show was graced by Mr. Ajeet Kumar Sahu, CEO Shri Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board as Chief Guest and Simranjeet Singh District Development Commissioner, Jammu, A.K. Singh, DDG TERM, Chief operating officer, Airtel J&K, Raveendra Desai, were the guests of honour.
Balwant Thakur’s ‘Aap Hamare Hain Kaun’ has already made a mark at the national level for being the largely travelled children play of India known for new dramatic idiom and most striking contemporary comment by children.
Play ‘Aap Hamare Hain Kaun’ shakes parents, educationists/guardians of society out of reverie of materialism, consumerism and unbridled desires. This play compels elders to look around and clear the mess they have created due to their own amorous ambitions and rat race. Parents see in their children an extension of their unfulfilled dreams and force them to become stereotypes and kill the bountiful charm in them. In a pursuit to make them top professionals, doctors, engineers and civil servants, they are subjected to every kind of cruelty. The children become mechanical and hardly get time to discover their real self. Prevalent educational system adds further insult to the injury and their creativity gets scuttled and children grow up devoid of values. Play deals with contemporary problems that younger generation is up against from their own loved ones and surroundings. Tall claims and big concerns of parents, relations, and educationists are being questioned by the younger generation…… Aap Hamare hain Kaun
The proud Jammu children who participated in the play included Juhi Singh, Gopi Sharma, Sanchita Dubey, Sanyam Gupta, Shreya Gupta, Agam Kaur, Mihir Gujral, Manya Gujral, Sanya Gupta, Asma Gul, Ayn Bhola, Chander Pratap Singh Bhau, Chirag Anand, Sanvi Anand, Riya Jandial, Saba Jamwal, Shivangini Sharma, Divyan Sharma, Sahil Singh Anand, Vedhant Suri, Sanket Bhagat and Rudra Kohli.
The music of the play was composed by Suraj Singh and Rakesh Kona was on rhythm .The lights of the play were designed and executed by Ankush Lakhnotra. The hall management was looked after Mahikshit Singh, Rajan Thakyal, Nitish Kaul, Manik Gupta and Shivam Singh.
On the occasion on behalf of Natrang and Airtel, the Chief Guest and the guests of honor were also presented mementos. Appreciating the performance, Ajeet Kumar Sahu, the Chief Guest of the evening complimented Balwant Thakur, Natrang team and talented Jammu children for presenting a mind-blowing performance. He also appreciated corporate’s like Airtel for coming forward in support of such unique ventures which are destined to bring a new cultural revolution in the state of Jammu & Kashmir.