With various things getting back on track with the unlock, ou theatre industry has also made its comeback. With proper precautions and social distancing rules, the theatre industry has started arranging the shows recently. Among the recent plays, Sankarashan Karshade and Bhaktee Desai starrer famous Marathi play Tu Mhanshil Tasa has successfully completed 2 of its shows. The team experienced a great response from the audience at the theatre.
Thus, the lead actress Bhaktee Desai took to her social media handle to express her feelings about being back on stage after so long. The actress shared a BTS video showing a glimpse of the show with a video.
As we can see in this video, the actress showed the pre-show situation and post-show situation in this post. Looking at her picture and this video, we can clearly see how greatly the audience responded to the play. Seeing the theatre being houseful after so long has brought so much happiness to the artists as well as the theatre audience. Thus, thanking the audience and her team the actress said that, the team was successful in completing 2 shows with proper services and precautions during the unlock of theatre. She said at first she was a bit nervous about getting back on stage after 9 long months of lockdown. Her mind was full of questions like, will the audience show up? Will the show go well?
But all these doubts and questions were erased, as the audience showed such a huge response to the show. The actress then thanked the whole team and producers Prashant Damle and his wife. She also mentioned the next show of her play which is going to be on the 19th of Dec at Vishnudas Bhave Natyagruha, Vashi, and on the 20th of Dec at Bal Gandharva Rang Mandir, Pune.
So, what are you waiting for? Book your tickets and enjoy this beautiful show! The actress has given the link to Book My Show in her Insta bio. So, hurry up!
Image source: instagram/bhakteedesai
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