Drama Contributions

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PRODCUTION NO. 1

Maiden play written and directed for Sri Vinayaka Theatres founded by actress Shanthi Ganesh and inaugurated at the Summer Drama Festival.  Best Actress award was bagged for this play. The play was based on Restitution of conjugal rights under Hindu Marriage Act.

MERA NAAM KILLER

Written and Directed the play for Sumangali, which bagged Best Actor and Best Actress awards from Mylapore Academy. A crime-comedy entertainment, it has received overwhelming response from theatre lovers.

SATHYAM, SIVAM  SAAVITHRI

Written and Directed the play for Sumangali.  This play has focussed on Rowdiyism and vandalism which are nothing but cowardice act.

NAAN AVANETHAAN

Written and Directed the play for Thillai Rajan’s  Natkamandir. The play was an offbeat attempt about the pros and cons of the identity crisis.

NITHHAM ORU YUDDHAM

Written and Directed the play for V. Gopalakrishnan’s  Gopi Theatres troupe.  This play was awarded Best Play for thematic content and production value by Mylapore Academy.  Popular tv actor Absar was introduced in this play as a lead actor. The play dealt with the confrontation and confilicts between a father and son in the affluent business community.

IRU VEEDUGAL

Written and Directed the play for Kathadi Ramamurthy’s Stage Creations troupe.  This play bagged Best comedy play award and Best Actor award for Kathadi Ramamurthy from Mylapore Academy. A serious play dealt in a lighter vein supporting youngsters’ attitude in life at present.

IDAI THERDHAL

Written and Directed the play for Kathadi Ramamurthy’s Stage Creations which has also been acclaimed as a Best Comedy play and won rave reviews. A political satire.

NEENGALUM JEYIKALAAM
Written and directed by K. Vivekshankar for all women theatre group formed by popular actress ‘Pasi’ Sathya.
DHANUSHKOTI
Written and Directed the stageplay for Shraddha – the theatre people, Chennai which has won rave reviews.  The highlight of this play was torrential rain and flood brought on stage for more than 90 minutes apart from it being a realtime play.  The entire sequence was conceived and presented well on stage based on the storm that has washed away the town “dhanushkoti” during 1964.
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