Cultural Club

Cultural Club

Cultural Club
The Cultural Club of Take One School of Mass Communication aims at helping the students to understand and accept themselves ‘as they are’ and helps the students to help themselves. As the name suggests, one of the primary aims of the Cultural Club is to help students keep in touch with the rich cultural values, customs and traditions of our country. The Cultural Club aims at moulding the personality of students and exposes them to a wide range of cultural events throughout the year. Apart from participating in a multitude of events, the students also get a first hand experience of organizing and managing the events, and of course, it caters to the creative needs of the students.

Hamari Adhuri Kahani
Mahesh Bhatt mega play Hamari Adhuri Kahani - The theatrical adaption of Mahesh Bhatts film "Hamari Adhuri Kahani " Starring Imran Zahid and Rachaatari Gupta in premiered in New Delhi and later staged in Kolkata , Mumbai and Hyderabad. The story is current, most relevant and relatable to the time that we live in. The story has the heartbeat of single mother, who lived a difficult, solitary life as her husband, whom she loved so intensely, was conspicuous by his absence. He was simply unavailable for her. The story, is written from the perspective of this young single mother and how she deals with the world. This story is important because women finds itself at the crossroads today, with the pull of tradition and the endeavor to break free of conventional bondages both existing simultaneously. As you have seen, in last 10-20 years more changes have taken place in this country than in the last 3,000 years. This play negotiates the cultural roadblocks and barricades that stand in the path of womens self-emancipation."

A theatrical adaptation of Mahesh Bhatt Hindi classic, Daddy is the story of role reversals is a unique fairytale. It tells the story of a princess and her father and how her courage broke an evil spell to make happily ever after possible for them.Daddy was conceived in the turbulent times when Mahesh Bhatt was struggling to combat alcoholism. Daddy introduced Pooja Bhatt as a young girl who helps her father, a burnt-out singer, kick his drinking habit and regain his lost glory. The audience wants naked truths, which is exactly what Daddy has. Actor Imran Zahid will be played the father, a role for which Anupam Kher won the National Award , Directed by Dr Danish Iqbal

Trial of Errors
The play deals with trust deficit among the Indian Muslim and revolve around the issue of agencies role regarding involvement of Muslim youth in terrorism. Trial of Errors which looks at the grave problem of Muslim youth being branded as terrorists and the trauma they face during the process of fighting for justice. It is an issue that has been long ignored by the people but continues to rupture the social fabric of our country. It has been an issue which has always been close to him and he is quite vocal about it, expressing his discontent over the treatment meted out at them on various platforms.

Arth The Play is the stage adaptation of 1982 classic semi-autobiographical film by director Mahesh Bhatt changed the face of Indian cinema forever. Arth which looked at the bold subject of extra marital relationships was also remembered for its memorable soundtrack.Arth was about a philandering man and the two women in his life. The film looked at the issue of women emancipation like no Indian dramatic work ever has. No one has been able to better what Arth highlighted in the world of movies or in theatre. I think the 21st century India needs to be experience the theme of Arth through theatre

The Last Salute based on the book The Last Salute to President Bush, written by Iraqi journalist and shoe thrower Muntadhar Al Zaidi on the shoe-hurling incident involving George W. Bush. The play explores facts of the gulf crisis and the US intervention which has been questioned by the civilized world time and again. The play is expected to attract the elite audience which is interested in global issues like this one. It explores emotions, talks about world peace and political orders of the day effect the common man.