First Poster Of Aamir Khan's Daughter, Ira Khan's Theatre Directorial Debut Euripides’ Medea Out
Aamir Khan's daughter, Ira Khan’s debut directorial play Euripides’ Medea is all set to entertain the audience. Today the first official poster of the play was unveiled by the makers. The poster is all in red raising curiosity among theatre lovers about its plot
Recently, Ira Khan announced her unconventional directorial debut with a theatre production Euripides’ Medea. In another delightful outing, the official poster of her directorial debut play Euripides’ Medea is out now. Interestingly, the poster has been painted by Farhat Datta and it shows the protagonist of the play who is a woman holding a knife full of blood with a furious expression which has made the poster more intriguing- a Greek classic that stays at the core of the poster.
In the recent development, Veteran actress Sarika has turned into a theatre producer and will help the play helmed by Ira Khan, who will don the director’s hat for the same. Sarika has started her production house NautankiSa Productions and is joined by friend Sachin Kamani and her younger daughter Akshara. Euripides’ Medea is being directed by Ira Khan. Presented by Entropy and Produced by Sarika's production house NautankiSa Productions.
The official social media handle of Euripides’ Medea has taken to their Instagram handle and shared the intriguing poster of the play. Euripides’ Medea is a play with a Greek tragedy storyline- a classic Euripides’ Medea which will be showcased in selected Indian cities, this year-end.
Feels like just like her father Aamir Khan, Ira Khan too loves to try her hands on different aspects of the entertainment world. Starkid recently grabbed eyeballs by going all bold and unusual in her very first ever photoshoot. Besides this, she was recently in news for getting all cosy with her boyfriend Mishaal Kirpalani in her Instagram post.
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