Play ‘Hamu’ screened online on 6th day of theatre festival

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Play ‘Hamu’ screened online on 6th day of theatre festival

Tuesday, 11 May 2021 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

A play potraying human nature of betrayal, conspiracy and love ‘Hamu’ was featured at Facebook Live on Monday. The play was featured to mark the sixth day of Rangdarshan Yuva Theatre Festival.

The play is directed by Faiz Khan. Hamu is a play that narrates about the human nature that never changes. A person may pretend to be good, but he is evil inside which trait will never change.

The play surrounds the story of Ghazala and Karim. Ghazala and Karim shares a decent relationshop of brother-in-law and sister-in-law. A well to do family is located in one city of Uttar Pradesh.

The family is known in Uttar Pradesh and is quite well to do. Karim was always hungry for power and money. He pretended to be good, but always wanted the position Baig Saab had. Ghazala and Baig Saab hold a good position in family.

The table turned when Karim got married to Ghazala. The situation was changed but the man didnt. Karim killed his own brother for power amd money and eventually married Ghazala.

Ghazala's son was against this marriage and was perplexed to see how his mother can marry his uncle.

The play Hamu tried to connect to the audience in the simplest way to understand the pain and circumstances.

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