Mumbai: Actress Mahira Khan is going to be a part of the theater series ‘Yar Julahe’. Zee Theater started in 2015. Since then, it has been an attempt to present selected theater works on the small screen for audiences around the world. Yar Julahe 12 stories also feature a series narrated by celebrities and their theatrical adaptation. On May 15, the first episode of ‘Ar Yaar Julahe’ will be screened at the Tatasky Theater, where Mahira Khan will appear.
‘Yar Julahe’ is a name and a choice for Gulzar because the series is dedicated to the creators who weave the story with words as the weavers are spinning. Actress Mahira Khan will appear in the first episode of the series on May 15, 2021 at 2 and 6 pm at the Tata Sky Theater. She reads a pen-short story called Iya Gudia, written by Ahmed Nadeem Kasami, one of the best writers in the subcontinent.
‘Gudia’ is the story of two friends. Mehra and Bano’s friendship is strong and Bano has a toy whose face looks like Mehra’s. However, Mehra did not like this toy completely. See how slowly love and hate grow in this toy and how a strange turn leads to this story and unravels the mystery of this toy.
‘Yar Julahe’ puts forward the works of Urdu and Hindi progressive writers including Gulzar, Sadat Hasan Manto, Ismat Chugtai, Munshi Premchand, Amrita Pritam, Quartul Ain Haider, Balwant Singh, Asad Mohammad Khan, Ghulam Abbas, Rajinder Singh Bedi. Intezar. Hussein.
Reading artists are Sharmad Khosat, Sarawat Geelani, Nimra Bucha, Fawad Khan, Sanya Saeed, Irfan Khosat, Yezra Rizvi, Samia Mumtaz and Faiza Qureshi.
According to renowned director and actor Sharmad Khosat, ‘Yar Julahe’ inspired him with the ‘Dastangoi’ tradition popular in South Asia to tell and tell the story. “We molded ‘Dastangoi’ in a new way and also used live and recorded music. We created sets that told the essence of each story. When I directed the story ‘I Doll'”, Gudia was scattered everywhere telling his story. Because of that, there was a strange atmosphere on the set, which further impressed her by being part of Mahira’s reading.
Director Kaval Khosat said, “Today’s generation is familiar with the series with its literary heritage. In addition to ‘Dastangoi’, we also use the Chamber Theater technique, which creates a special atmosphere around the readers. Creates a set where Gaya immerses himself, not just in reading the story. We try not to play with the author’s voice, but to reach more people through powerful media. “