Ashok Lal's Ek Mamooli Aadmi directed by Arvind Gaur
15th Nov. 2010 @ Raipur,Chattisgarh
as a part of Muktibodh National Theatre Festival.
ACTORS- Viren Basoya,Shilpi Marwaha,Bajrang Bali Singh,Malya Garg,Pankaj Raj Yadav,Saurab Pal,Disha Arora,Himansu Maggu ,Shiv Chauhan,Palak,Suraj Singh,Rahul Khanna,Kakoli Gaur,Gaurav Mishra,Pankaj,Saveree Gaur,Anish Kumar,Vartika Tiwar,Ketan Kalra,Narendra Thakur,Manu Chaudhary,Pankaj Sha...ndilya,Dipesh Mohlay,Manoj Yadav,Sachin Saxena,Tarun,Pankaj Datta,Abhay Malhotra...
'Ek Mamooli Aadmi' is one more milestone in Asmita's engaging repertoire of meaningful theatre. -Nikhat Kazmi (Times of India)
Meaningful production.. .Another feather in the cap of a young director Arvind Gaur. -Kavita Nagpal (HT)
'Ek Mamooli Aadmi' is an excellent play with a lot of humour , lot of life's reality -Smita Nirula (Pioneer)
The play is built around the protagonist Umesh's curiosity to find out why Brahmins had refused to participate in his father's 'tehrvi' ... production is excellent... innovative...-Romesh Chander (Hindu)
Written by Ashok Lal and directed by Arvind Gaur (अरविन्द गौड़), the play is a deeply moving description of the travails of a middle-aged clerk who knows of his impending death. Reserved, reclusive and politically correct Ishwar Chand, decides to do some unusual things before dying. The acts are not a result of angst or deeds of rebellion, Ishwar just wants to savour another life, paint a new picture of himself for his own viewing. His escape from reality is a challenge to that very reality. Death becomes a motivation for pleasure; he wants to please others, see others happy, and make others fulfilled - Indian Express