At the nick of time, a man appears on the set who is from ATS (anti terrorist squad). He declares that one of the girls is dead and the kidnappers are in fact, members of a terrorist group working against India. Why terrorists are so anxious to get some info from the bipolar Kesar should remain a secret here as to let it be viewed in the actual show. Though the happy ending of the play can be guaranteed to the viewers of the show.
The set design was an example of innovation and it was a combination of two unique concepts - first, a straight line railing pattern with several turns like a meander of modern life and secondly a three dimensional buildings structures on both sides of a road looming large from the background. The director claimed that such a design has not been erected earlier in Gujarati theatre. Those metallic railing patters with wooden footpath structure helped in two ways - one, in taking Dr. Vikram from his home to the hospital in ten seconds. Two, running concomitant scenes at the house and the hospital at a time since the structure in between acted like a buffer.
The play is written by Anshumali Ruparel, produced by Marvel Arts, Mayank Mehta and presented by Chitrak shah and Kiran Malvankar. Actors were Linesh Fanshe (Dr. Vikram), Toral Trivedi (Kesar), Rajkamal Deshpande (Aart, Dr. Vikrams wife), Baby Krisha Bhayani (Kavya, Dr. Vikram's daughter), Krishna kanabar (Major Rajput, Kesar's father), Jay Bhatt (Doctor at hospital), Umesh Jangam (ATS officer) and Mohit Mahajan (Terrorist).
The whole team must be congratulated for the healthy presentation of patriotic theme in a genuinely entertaining manner.
Review by - Hemant Das 'Him'
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