Cinema and Arts

Sydney, Are You Ready For This Laugh Riot?

Sydney, Are You Ready For This Laugh Riot?

Sydneysiders sure have some fun in store with veteran actor-director Vipul Vyas’s new play in Hindi – Shaadi Ka Laddu, Laddu Ki Shaadi – opening on July 28, Saturday, for two shows (2:30 pm and 6:30 pm) at the prestigious Parade theatre, Kensington.

A rib-tickling comedy, this play promises to take you on a whirlwind journey to the very route of this man-made relationship. Married or single, the play guarantees to give you reasons to identify, celebrate and laugh along the way.

The all-Indian cast has worked very hard to ensure the audience receives a performance and evening they will always remember. Marriage is a relatable subject at any age, at any time and when marriage meets art, the byproduct is bound to be entertaining.

Referring to the play, director-actor Vipul Vyas says, “A successful marriage is always a work in progress. The play explores different facets of marriage and relationships. Our sole aim is to entertain audiences, so come and enjoy a good laugh.”

Vyas has made remarkable contributions towards furthering the cause of Indian theatre in Sydney. As an actor-director in innumerable productions over a career spanning two decades, his skills have been honed to perfection.

The proceeds from the event will go to Ekal Vidyalaya foundation of Australia (EVF Australia), a non-profit organisation focused on bringing education and development to poor children in remote villages and tribal areas of India.

The cast includes Vipul Vyas, Aparna Tijoriwala, Hemal Joshi, Jyotsna Sharma, Abhishek Mehrotra, Bindoo, Kashmira Sachania, Pradip Pandya, Rushi Dave, Suman Mathur, Mansi Gandhi, Abhishek Sood, Akanksha Srivastava and Akshat Gupta, supported ably by script writer Saral Somaiya. Kamini Pandya is handling the production, while music has been taken care of by Tushar Bose. On lights, there would be Sagar Agashe, and make-up/costumes are to be supervised by Sandhya Bose. For tickets and admin support, there would be Parag Tijoriwala.

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