Lakshmi maintained her demure personality intact throughout the play. Even while she was revealing a secret that eventually led to the murder of someone she was perfectly in her signature sheepish demeanour. Champa was there with her glamour galore enough to tame a bestial Sakharam. Her combination of exposing postures, concupiscent countenance and challenging tone of dialogue was rocking. Daud even though had less dialogues delivered much more through his body language and facial expressions. The way Lakshmi forbids him from chanting "aarti prayers" and he submits to her instruction left everyone alerted.
Faujdar Shinde appeared twice and gave his best efforts of good acting. Still some scope of making it more impactful remains. Tanwi and Pranav assisted in direction and Adi Choudhry prepared the music of the show. The songs played in audio using typical abuses of the country prominently was pragmatic as it set the tenor of the play. Nobody was taken aback when abusive terms were used repeatedly in the play as per the genuine requirement of the scenes.
And last but not least, Jeff Goldberg Studio at Khar (mumbai) must receive compliments of the viewers for presenting such a controversial play replete with expletives and erotic scenes in close-up that still requires a lot of courage in India.
The viewers shall remember this presentation for years.
Review by - Hemant Das 'Him'