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Budding theatre artistes shine at the bilingual short play competition

Budding theatre artistes shine at the bilingual short play competition

Bangladesh High Commissioner to India Syed Muazzem Ali (Chief Guest) along with Sarbani Mukherjee Ghosh, Indrajeet Mitra and

S R Saha marked their presence at the prize distribution ceremony of '5th Ashutosh Mukhopadhyay Memorial Bilingual short play competition'.

The event, which was organised by Angels Vision Society in association with Press Club of India, at Bipin Chandra Pal Auditorium, saw participation of Bengali and Hindi Drama Groups of Delhi, NCR and adjoining areas.

A total of thirteen plays in competition and two plays in non-competition category were selected for the three-day long competetion.

Also, a special show was presented by a renowned group from Kolkata.

Results in different categories

Best Production (running trophy )– Donated by Sarbani Mukhopadhyay and 'Agragami':

Drama 'Uttoron' by Srijanee socio-cultural association

Best Direction (running trophy) – Donated by Sarbani Mukhopadhyay, Anneysha Kundu and Master Ayanaaka Kundu:

Avijit Banerjee for 'Uttoron' by Srijanee socio-cultural association

Best Actor (running trophy) – Donated by Apurba Kundu:

Soumya Majumdar for his character Nikhilesh in Uttoron

Best Actress (running trophy) – Donated by Kaveri Ganguly: Mohini Sungar for her character Dhookni Dramadhookni

Best Supporting Actor (running trophy) – Donated by Apurba Kundu:

Amitava Mitra for his character Gopal Bose in Idurkol by Chittaranjan Park Bangiya Samaj

Best Supporting Actress (running trophy) – Donated by Apurba Kundu:

Shilpi Chatterjee for her character Shabnam in Uttoron

Best music (running trophy) – Donated by 'Nest audioworks':

Drama Dhookni by ASM group

Best make-up (running trophy) – Donated by Sisir Kumar Bhattacharya:

Drama Idurkol by Chittaranjan Park Pangiya Samaj

Best stage craft ( running trophy) – Donated by Kalra Sons: Drama Idurkol

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