Today’s generation will love “Bajne do Shehnai….yaar” – Lalit Parimoo


The first show “Bajne do Shehnai…Yaar” by the drama artist Lalit Parimoo was houseful. In fact, many artists were present at the first show. In association with clap center, Natsamaj is presenting a new play “Bajne do…. Its launch was at Clap Centre, Malad. The director and writer is Lalit Parimoo.

Avinash Kuri, Sandeep Jain,  Tripti Bajoria, Mahima Sogani, Geeta Agarwal and K Saagar are in the leads. Amit Srivastav did the handling of the sets and lights. Prem Kumar, Rahul Srivatsav, and Siddharth Ranjan have given the music. Shashank Prajapati is managing the stage. The management of backstage is by Shashank Prajapati, Sharad Bisnoi, and Siddharth Ranjan. Moreover, B.N Vishwakarma is the poster designer and Bhupali Tambloli is the producer.

The play is based on the story of an orthodox family. Here, in the story, the parents are very traditional. Also, they are unable to cope up with the new changes. On the other hand, the children are opposite their parents. This creates funny situations when both the generations remain alien to one another.

The story begins with, Hansal leaving the parents’ home to live with his elder brother Mayank. This creates a stir in the family. Moreover, Mayank also encourages his brother to shed his virginity. He tells him to enjoy his life with food, girls, nightlife.

Mayank after heartbreak with one of his girls develops deeper feelings for her. He even decides to marry the girl. Also, he becomes more responsible as a person. Meanwhile, the younger one develops into a playboy. He learns to date, dance, drink.  This creates a clash between the brothers as both have different views. They also are about to lead new lives.

Lalit Parimoo says that the story is based on today’s social environment. Here, we see a metro city. Also, the live-in relationship is augmented. Its the satire on the carelessness of freedom of today’s youth. All the artists are very happy. In fact, before the show friends were also very enthusiastic about the show.