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fantastic
by jayesh on Feb 15 2016 7:28PM  (IST)

yar absolutely perfect script-play-dialogue. 4 women taking whole audiance in a one set upto 2 hours with lots of comedy-tragedy and emotions. my word hatts off. I am fan of it. The dramma is picking its subject from the 4th minitus of the play. You cant find error in subject. A babby character good acting
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fantastic
by jayesh on Feb 15 2016 7:27PM  (IST)

yar absolutely perfect script-play-dialogue. 4 women taking whole audiance in a one set upto 2 hours with lots of comedy-tragedy and emotions. my word hatts off. I am fan of it. The dramma is picking its subject from the 4th minitus of the play. You cant find error in subject. A babby character good acting
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waiting room
by mansi on Feb 14 2016 4:28PM  (IST)

It was amazing :)

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the waiting rooms
by bipin patel on Feb 4 2016 1:34PM  (IST)

very nice natak
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a good script, but stretched too long & end abruptly
by a avid guj theatre lover on Dec 10 2015 10:43AM  (IST)

I saw the play a few days back and felt that the 1st half was way too long in establishing the characters. After a certain point it felt that Bhamini was stretching too much and it become too loud.. The 2nd half though picked up well but ended abruplty and as said by the reviewer, that it ends in a filmy style and was quite predictive.
The play is different from many other commercial Gujarati plays, but the director has tried to use the same tricks as used by other guj plays to woe the audience and create commedy.
I really enjoyed your previous play Blackout.
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I want to join thetre show
by Ranjit Rajput on Oct 24 2015 1:47PM  (IST)

Hi,my name is Ranjit Rajput.my mother tongue is Marwari.and I also known many languages like Hindi Marathi Gujarati Marwadi.but I can speak very well Gujarati and I am very good in speaking Gujarati so I like to join theatre live Gujarati so I would like to speak Gujarati everyday and I have also done any acting show in Gujarati in my school life and there is no support because I am from middle class to describe a request that please give me some chance or any role that will be small or big doesn't mind but please give
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Response to d review
by Dharmendra Gohil on Oct 22 2015 2:50AM  (IST)

Is Ms.Deepa Punjani's mothertongue gujarati...?if yes thn I assume tht she is not in touch wit her guj roots n guj theatre for tht matter...n if NO thn how come a non-gujarati perspn review a guj play...i dont hv any objections regarding her views...she is free to speak her mind...but wem I go thru d other guj play reviews ...all guj plays hv bn reviewed by guj ppl who know wot is guj theatre. V hv never claimed tht our play is bestest n all n v shall never ever claim tht way...but v hv made a descent play keeping d guj theatre scenario in mind...i hv read other guj play reviews n to my amazement inspite of most being strictly ok or rather mediocre they hv bn praised ...anyways to each his own...i shall keep on doing wot I find honest n genuine n not at all get deterred by any negative remarks... Godblesss
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Response to Dharmendra Gohil
by Deepa Punjani on Jan 8 2016 2:46PM  (IST)

Hello Dharmendra.

I read your feedback to my review. Since you have raised a question about my knowledge of Gujarati, let me first answer that. I do understand Gujarati well. Quite well in fact.

In your play, I understood the Gujarati used perfectly well, even the dialect used by Bhamini Gandhi.

It is laughable that you have made an assumption about me not being in touch with what you call Gujarati roots and Gujarati theatre, because I have made observations that are perceived negatively by you, whereas you should be well-aware that I have been reviewing Gujarati theatre for a long time, or at least you would admit since Manoj bhai's production MAREEZ in which you played the title role, and which I appreciated and noted in my review of the play. The review is available on this very website : http://www.mumbaitheatreguide.com/dramas/reviews/mareez.asp

Did you not think then that I was not in touch with Gujarati theatre or my "roots" or raise any doubts about my knowledge of Gujarati?

And, guess what- indeed my mother tongue is not Gujarati, as is not Marathi, or Hindi, or English which I understand well too!

I never thought lack of a "mother tongue" would prevent me from partaking of any theatre experience in any form or in any language. I have had the privilege of watching various kinds of theatre performances in several languages at home and abroad. I have written about them too.

Clearly, Mr Gohil, you have no idea of our profession and the dynamics we work with.

You can disagree with my review but it is not professional on your part to get personal.

We do our job like you do yours. They don't have to be compatible with each other.

Best,
Deepa Punjani, Editor, Mumbai Theatre Guide.

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Deepa Punjani's review
by Jagruti Shah on Dec 21 2016 2:38PM  (IST)

I saw the review by Dilip Joshi, Paresh Rawal, Sarita Joshi and Chirag Vohra. I do not think Deepa has any calibre or qualification to give review on this drama. In spite of her biased review the drama is doing fantastic. So be it. The response to this drama proves how much people value her opinion.

You are loosing your credibility Ms. Deepa.

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