BWW Review: TV ACTOR SHWETA TIWARI In Jab We Separated
Renowned TV actor Shweta Tiwari has many hearts with her memorable role of Prerna in hit TV series Kasauti Zindagi Ki; and looks like the lady is now to back to woo some more hearts but on a New Medium. Tiwari who was seen in the stage play Jab We Separated, last year is back on the stage as the play readies for its Delhi tour.
Relationships and sensitive portrayal of emotions seems to be Tiwari's forte so we are quite sure that she will be convincing as the leading lady in this tale of love, marriage and separation. So, looking at the other aspects of the play, the showing does look promising. it is directed by the veteran Rakesh Bedi who with his comic timing has made many roles on TV and theatre memorable. The play is described as a comedy and drama so it would be worth finding out how a story of sensitive relationships between a couple is handled with humor. The mark of any good story remains that the message is not diluted and going by the reviews the play received last year, the director has nailed the storyline.
The play also stars Rahul Bhuchar who plays the lead and the better half in this story about marriage and divorce. The play highlights how often small misunderstandings, mistrust and confusion result in a quick fix solution of divorce in current times.
As the society becomes more understanding towards separation and divorce, unknowingly people tend to also resort it as a short cut. the story sees a Mumbai couple living together but separately in a flat. the two who are undergoing court proceedings for a divorce have divided their lives and there is an invisible line that separates them. Priya played by Shwets Tiwari suspects her husband Sanjay of cheating on her. Sanjay played by Rahul Bhuchar feels that her wife constantly nags him leaving to a bitterness in their marriage. While the cast of the show continues to be its strong point, wait for more as Rakesh Bedi too plays Monty Midha in the play. Midha brings comic relief while also showcasing the other side of the tale -- the loneliness. Many couples on the verge of divorce do not realize what being lonely in life is and if the play forces you to think about it, it does deliver its message
August 15 onwards Kamani Auditorium, Delhi