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‘Bahuroopi 2022’ National Theatre Festival begins

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Mysuru: Cultural capital Mysuru city has opened its door for theatre buffs with Bahuroopi National Theatre Festival at Rangayana on Saturday.

The annual National Theatre Festival Bahuroopi -2022 was inaugurated at Vanaranga by ‘Padma Shree’ environmentalist Tulasi Gowda by moving the cradle in the backdrop of Lali Haadu, denoting motherhood.

Tulasi Gowda gave a strong message to the theatre buffs, saying “I only know to plant the saplings. You all also plant the saplings, but don’t worry about watering them. If you will to grow the tree you will know how to arrange water”, Tulasi Gowda said.

Sandalwood actress Malavika Avinash said “I had a close association with Prema Karanth and B V Karanth couple. Prema Karanth was a family member who directed theplay “Nakkala Rajakumari” which was my first play and was made into film also, with music by B V Karanth”.

Malavika quoted the theme motherhood and she elaborated references from Rigveda, Upanishath and Indian culture with strong links with motherhood.

Malavika referred to Kannada poets and their poetries about mother.

District Minister S T Somashekar said “After a gap of so many days, Mysuru  is witnessing a mega event. Rangayana is w theatre hub and we encourage the theatre activities”.

Hundreds of people, including theatre enthusiasts thronged the repertory to watch different plays of different languages.

Beginning today ‘Bahuroopi 2022’ is all set to entertain theatre enthusiasts up to March 20. A total of 34 plays of 11 languages and international films will entertain theatre buffs.

District minister S T Somashekar also released the Bahuroopi media bulletin and hand book of the National theatre festival.

– Team Mysoorunews 

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