The Habitat Film Club is back with the 12th edition of the Habitat Film Festival. Spread over ten days from 19th to 28th May, the festival showcases the best of regional and international films.
It was a particularly harsh summer evening in Delhi. But inside the Stein Auditorium at the India Habitat Centre, Amaltas were in full bloom. Metaphorically drawing upon the essence of the yellow showers that survive the heat and the warm season and yet paint a shade of happy yellow around this time of the year, the play Amavas se Amaltas, directed by noted playwright Smita Bharti, has a positive message to give – blossoming of limitless potential.
All you theatre peeps, here’s some weekend do for you. Head to Stein Auditorium at the India Habitat Centre this Sunday evening to catch up on playwright Smita Bharti’s latest offering Amavas se Amaltas, a dark comedy that touches upon sensitive issues around children and stirs up an engaging conversation. Enthralling you with their acting chops will be veterans like Jayati Bhatia, Ankita Bhargava, Ssumier Pasricha and Chitrashi Rawat.