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Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa Natak Review – A Relatable Tale of Family and Modernity!

Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa by Jigisha Creations, written by Swara Mokashi and directed by Chandrakant Kulkarni, is still getting applause from the audiences. It has also received immense popularity for its sweet mother-daughter story.

Jigisha Creations has been known for producing some of the most remarkable Marathi Nataks, such as Charchaughi and Sanjya Chhaya. Following the success of these plays, Jigisha Creations has come up with another gem – Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa. 

As a lover of Marathi Nataks, I recently had the pleasure of watching the Marathi Natak Haravlelya Pattyancha Bangla. This natak explores the themes of family, changing roles of women in society, and modernity. Do read this blog to know the story and the cast of Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa. 


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Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa Natak Story

The natak starts with the introduction of Indira, played brilliantly by Vandana Gupte, an elderly widow who lives with a paying guest, Nidhi (played by Dipti Lele), in her big and beautiful flat. Indira struggles to accept the modern ways of life and eagerly waits for her son and his family to come and live with her. 

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One day, she receives the news that her daughter (played by Prateeksha Lonkar) Ira’s son, Ishan, is coming to live with her. Indira gets very happy hearing this. However, she is unaware of Ira’s true intentions. Ira asks her mother to remove Nidhi and let her son stay in that room as he is starting college soon. Sadly, hearing this, Nidhi starts worrying about a new place to live and asks Indira for help.  

As the curtain opens, in the first half of Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa, we see Ira taking charge of the household and taking Indira for granted for each and everything. Nidhi, who is struggling to get a job to provide a good life for her mother, notices Ira’s behaviour towards Indira. She tries to talk to her about it. However, Ira brushes her off and does not take Nidhi seriously.

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In the second half, we see Nidhi making a desperate attempt to make Indira realize that she is entitled to live her life on her own terms. She tells Indira that she needs to stand up for herself and not let others dictate her life. Even if it’s her own daughter. Indira initially hesitates, but with Nidhi’s support, she starts to question the status quo.

Now what happens next in this mother-daughter relationship is something you must watch yourself in the upcoming shows of Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa. 

You can book your tickets here – Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa Tickets 

Why Should You Watch Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa?

Haravlelya Pattyancha Bangla is an excellent portrayal of the changing dynamics between the roles of mother and daughter. It highlights the struggles of our grandmothers who are trying to balance traditional values with the changing times. Indeed making it a very relatable topic. 

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Kudos to the writer of Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa for a writing style that has a balanced mix of humour and emotional intensity, making it engaging and enjoyable to watch. Additionally, the return of Vandana Gupte to the stage after a prolonged absence adds to the Natak’s appeal. 

Watching Vandana Gupte’s endearing and cute performance makes Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa play worth watching at least once.

Haravlelya Pattyancha Banglaa is a must-watch Marathi Natak for today’s girls and youth, as it deals with a topic that is very relatable to them.

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Hi, I am Nishad Kinhikar, an avid theatre enthusiast and a passionate traveller. I decided to create VeryFirstTale with the aim of inspiring my fellow readers, friends, and family to explore the world around you by enjoying every bit of your life. Through my blog, I aim to not only share my personal travel stories but also to spotlight the incredible marvels of the Marathi theatre. My passion for theatre and travel is rooted in the unforgettable moments both can create. Join me on my journey and see where it takes you.

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