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A Part of the Ongoing Asmita Summer Theatre Festival - Watch Mahesh Dattani's 30 Days in September

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City Wire 6 Oct 2021

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The play "30 Days in September" is one of love and betrayal that revolves around the child sexual abuse issue and tries to address it unflinchingly.

How The Story Goes | In this fable, the protagonist Mala lives in the trauma of her abused past whereby her abuser - her uncle stays with her subconsciously haunting her day and night. She's affected so brutally that any of her relationships do not last beyond the 30 day mark.

To pull her out of the agony comes Deepak her boyfriend who tries to unmask the evil and is ready to do so even at the cost of their relationship.

Do you think it's easy for an abused child to put their foot down, come to the forefront and face their fears? You'll have to watch this enrapturing play to find out if Mala succeeds or not.

Where | Shri Ram Centre, Mandi House
When | 15th May
Timings | 7 PM Onwards
Entry | Rs 100 - 200
Book Your Tickets | http://bit.ly/1T9rHoq

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