"Sanskrit Caller Kanya" is in fact a duel of parallel ideologies about progress. The young man who has just come to India to choose a bride for himself thinks that the progress of a man lies in adopting western manners and language whereas the girl in India thinks that sparkling progress is quite possible while valuing our own culture. She is a PhD in Sanskrit and yet is able to take on the guy from USA at the front of spoken English and knowledge of other matters. The young man comes under the awe of the Sanskrit scholar girl and proposes to marry but the girl rejects him because she can’t bear affront to the culture of her beloved motherland.
And the anchoring of Sri Satish Vyas was like an icing on the cake. He was successful not only in setting the tone of the further story but also getting the audience amused all the way through this three hours sitting exercise. Though the way he presented the jokes can be even more forceful. Also, The banner should have been more taut as that was the only visual representation of the drama show.
The actors were Meenal Patel, Raksha Desai, Namrataa Pathak, Keyuri Shah, Chetan Dhanaani and Rajul Diwaan. Each of them gave a good show of their vocal acumen. The spoken words themselves did dance, relax, fight, mourn and chortle. The fine acting does not lies in your eyes or ears it actually lies in your head. If the feelings expressed are reaching to you in it's bonafide form and is equally matched by the frequencies of your own feelings then the acting may be called perfect. And this is what was seen here even while being presented only in the vocal form.
Satish Vyas and the whole team worth a wide applause for the amazingly successful show.
Review by - Hemant Das 'Him'
Photographs by - Bejod India blog
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