5 Reasons To Watch Feroz Abbas Khan’s New Musical ‘Raunaq and Jassi’

Set within the 1950s in Punjab, simply after Independence, Feroz Abbas Khan’s Hindi musical Raunaq and Jassi is the story of two star-crossed lovers from rival households. Here are 5 causes to observe this lovely saga of affection by the director of the hit present, Mughal-e-Azam.

Poetic traces that can transfer you to tears

Writer Iqbal Raj has penned traces that rhyme, making the poignant play a poetic expertise. Just listening to the actors communicate is a joyous expertise.

A memorable rating

The music is by composer Piyush Kanojia, who additionally scored Mughal-e-Azam. Viewers will hear the affect of conventional Punjabi music in Kanojia’s rating for this play in addition to people songs resembling ‘Latthe di chadar’ and ‘Nai jaana’.

A set that transports you to Punjab

The units by veteran theatre set designer Fali Unwalla and lights by John Narun successfully conjure the fields of Punjab. The total stage seems to be prefer it’s proper out of the 1990s Yashraj film.

Terrific costumes

Manish Malhotra, who made the attractive costumes of Mughal-e-Azam, has designed an eye catching wardrobe of costumes for Raunaq and Jassi.

Encore-worthy performances

Raunaq (Omkar Patil) and Jassi (Neha Sangram) belong to households which are sworn enemies. The two are so in love, they attempt to overcome the normal rivalry between their households to be collectively. Patil and Sangram share convincing chemistry on stage complemented by the remainder of the forged.