Kirkol Navre Natak is a wonderful combination of cute acting, a hilarious plot, excellent writing, a series of laughter, and on-spot timing.
Therefore, if you are also planning to watch Kirkol Navre Marathi Natak, then here is my personal review blog of the Natak.
Kirkol Navre Natak Video
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Kirkol Navre Natak Story
First and foremost, Kirkol Navre, written & directed by Sagar Deshmukh, and produced by Abhijit Deshpande, Rahul Karnik, and Dinu Pednekar, is a light-hearted comedy natak that beautifully captures the essence of chaos and unexpected bonds.
As the curtain rises, the story of Kirkol Navre Natak starts with Anand (played very sweetly by Sagar Deshmukh), a middle-aged man who was once accused of a big fraud and has now been declared innocent after a year of imprisonment in jail. Now that he has been declared innocent by the court, he plans to come back home.
On the other hand, during his time in jail, Anand’s wife – Anamika (played by Anita Date), gets married to Sanjay (played with utmost perfection & cuteness by Pushkaraj Chirputkar). She gets married to Sanjay just because she was afraid of having to live her whole life alone.
Moving on, as Anand returns home – he must now share his house with his former wife, Anamika, and her new husband, Sanjay. And that’s how a series of comical scenes and twists start. In addition to this, this unexpected living arrangement leads to a delightful series of events, igniting chaos and binding together their old passions.
Unquestionably, Anamika doesn’t want Anand to live in the same house where her Ex is married. But since the house belongs to both Anand & Anamika, she just cannot simply kick him out.
As Anand, Anamika, and Sanjay start navigating their new living situation, the audience is in for a treat. The trio’s impeccable comedic timing and seamless interactions create hilarious tales of comedy scenes that will promise you to be entertained till the end.
The chemistry between Anand, Ananmika, and Sanjay is just awesome and magnetic. It sets the plot of Kirkol Navre Natak for a rib-tickling rollercoaster.
However, that’s not it. Just when you thought the chaos couldn’t get any wilder, another knotty relationship emerges from Anand & Sanjay’s past. Thus, bringing in a set of more emotional twists and turns.
Now how these three figure out their unexpected living arrangements is something that you should watch in one of their upcoming shows –
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Here’s Why You Should Watch Kirkol Navre Natak!
All the actors in Kirkol Navre Natak are simply just amazing.
Anita Date, known for her versatile acting, just shines in her role as Anamika.
Pushkaraj, after his evergreen & unforgettable performance in Dil Dosti Dunayadari, watching him on the stage is undoubtedly an absolute treat. His adorable and innocent portrayal as Anamika’s husband is incredibly funny and fits his character and acting abilities perfectly. Whenever he’s on stage during the Natak, you’ll find it hard to take your eyes off him.
Sagar Deshmukh – the writer and director of Kirkol Navre himself, has done an amazing job in the role of Anand. He has portrayed the character nicely and flawlessly. He has added some unforgettable and charming details to his performance on stage that makes his acting truly stand out.
His sweet personal touches, like his funny walk in between the scenes and the way he flips his hair to the main beat of the theme song just before the curtain closes for the interval, really leaves a lasting impression on the audience.
Indeed, that’s what it did to me.
Along with this, Kirkol Navre also has a very beautiful and detailed set of a house done by the very famous Marathi Set Designer Sandesh Bendre.
Finally, Kirkol Navre isn’t just a tale of comical chaos; it delves into the intricacies of human emotions. Amid the laughter, the Natak skillfully addresses themes of insecurity and everlasting love. The actors’ vulnerabilities are beautifully portrayed, reminding us that beneath the laughter, there’s a tender and relatable aspect to their stories.
So what are you waiting for? Do book your slots for their next shows of Kirkol Navre Natak.
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