Tughlaq

Among the early masterpieces of post-Independence Indian theatre, ‘Tughlaq’ deserves a special mention. Director Debesh Chattopadhyay reinterprets the dreams and delusions of the most remarkable Sultan of medieval India. The play starts with Tughlaq being portrayed as a strict yet respected ruler. It dramatically highlights the importance of credibility and authenticity for a leader. Some of his subjects are clever enough to identify and misuse the loopholes in every law so that they can profit. “Tughlaq” highlights a plethora of social problems.

Production: Theatre Sansriti

Play: Girish Karnad

Bengali translation: Chittaranjan Ghosh , Swapan Majumdar

Direction: Debesh Chattopadhyay

Cast: Rajatabha Dutta, Tomali Choudhury, Amiya Haldar, Arindol Bagchi, Ranajit Chakraborty, Anirban Chakraborty, Chiranjit Bhadra, Shyamashis Pahari
Gambhira Bhattacharjee, Korak Samanta / Vicky, Biswajit Biswas, Ujjwal Paul, Jayanta Ghosh, Bibhas Bannerjee, Soumen Baxi, Suranjit Ghosh, Abhra Mukherjee, Soumya Bhattacharjee, Sudipta Hazra, Sandip Hait, Soumita Hazra, Srabani das, Minakshi Sarkar, Pracheta Sarkar

Set & Costume design : Sanchayan Ghosh

Costume Making: Moumita Kar

Music: Drono Acharya

Light: Sudip Sanyal

Make-up: Md. Ali

Stage Craft: Partha Majundar