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37AB, Sadananda Road,Kalighat
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026

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May 2019

Koliকথা~Season 2

May 26 @ 3:00 pm - 9:00 pm UTC
Tapan Theatre, 37AB, Sadananda Road,Kalighat
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026
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₹100 - ₹150 67 tickets left

 

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MMS এখন ** Premier Show

May 30 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm IST
Tapan Theatre, 37AB, Sadananda Road,Kalighat
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026
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₹100 - ₹200 63 tickets left

“MMS EKHON” is a love & hate story of modern teenagers. Four friends MOU MOV SAM & RAJ are trapped in a love rectangle, where they are flirting with each other for their own carrier & small interest. They make every conspiracy to full fill their cruel intentions. They fight, they took every possible revenge, they bleed & finally they fall in love, but they have to sacrifice their most precious things because it’s a game which they have started…

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কালপুরুষ

May 31 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm IST
Tapan Theatre, 37AB, Sadananda Road,Kalighat
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026
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₹100 - ₹200 81 tickets left

Kaalpurush is the third novel in the Animesh quartet, the masterpiece creation of Shri Samaresh Majumdar. The story charts the journey of Arko, the only son of Animesh and Madhabilata. Animesh was a bright student and a noted Naxalite leader, who subsequently arrested. His pregnant wife Madhabilata was assaulted by the police but Animesh did not succumb to the pressure. Madhabi gave birth to Arko and took up a teaching job. Animesh, crippled by inhuman police torture was released and…

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June 2019

বিষঘুম

June 8 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm IST
Tapan Theatre, 37AB, Sadananda Road,Kalighat
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026
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₹100 - ₹200 54 tickets left

 

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বুকঝিম এক ভালবাসা

June 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm IST
Tapan Theatre, 37AB, Sadananda Road,Kalighat
Kolkata, West Bengal 700026
₹100 - ₹200 73 tickets left

‘Bukjhim Ek Bhalobasa’ is a tragic love story set in the backdrop of rural Bangladesh in the decaying years of the Mughal Empire. Written in modern prose throbbing with intense lyricism and interspersed with music, Shamsul Haque’s narrative takes us into the world of Moimansingha Geetika. Here we meet the characters of Mansur and Chandbibi who, like their counterparts in other romances, fall in love with each other, suffer the pangs of separation and eventually die a tragic death. But what gives Bukjhim…

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