Mrinmayee Godbole And Isha Keskar Share Backstage Shenanigans On The Social

Take a look at these backstage shenanigans of actress Mrinmayee Godbole and Isha Keskar from their play "Pati Gele Ga Kathewadi".

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Mrinmayee Godbole And Isha Keskar Share Backstage Shenanigans On The Social
Backstage is the part of the theatre where all the work and fun stuff takes place beside the act or program that is going on, on the stage. To show the fun that they had during their play, actress Mrinmayee Godbole shared two backstage videos with actress Isha Keskar on Instagram Reels. This is a throwback to their theatre life as Mrinmayee said in her caption.

These are videos from the backstage of a play "Pati Gele Ga Kathewadi" that Mrinmayee and Isha were part of. Both of them are looking beautiful in their nauvari saree and traditional Marathi look. In these videos, Mrinmayee and Isha are standing behind the stage and waiting for their part to commence. During the wait, they decided to pump up the energy levels by mimicking the artist and dancing on the lawani song before them on the stage. This fun video would surely take the theatre and stage artists in nostalgia. The moment and feeling that one has while standing behind the wings before his/her act comes, is so precious. It is an extraordinary experience. For the first-timers, it's filled with nervousness and energy at the same time and for the ones who are regular, it is filled with fun and joy.

Mrinmayee is surely missing her theatre days so much as we can see from her captions from both the Reels. She said all her favorite weekends had her being on the stage. Theatre sure gives amazing experiences and to face a break of more than 5 months must've been hard for Mrinmayee and Isha as well as every theatre artist. Their fans also reminisced about the play after seeing these videos.

Image source: Instagram/mrinmayeegodbole
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