Ab Ye Kiski Shaadi – Jee Haan! Laddu Ki

There is madness in every marriage. Royal or not.

As someone once said, a marriage is like a house. When a light bulb burns out, you fix the bulb. You don’t go and buy a new house. Or do you???

Hindi play Shaadi ka Laddu, Laddu ke Shaadi is a hilarious farce about marriage.

Whether your relationship status is single, looking to get married, in a relationship, complicated, married, or blissfully divorced, there is something for everyone to relate to.

Shaadi ka Laddu, Laddu ki Shaadi is a light play that provides a window in to an average Indian marriage.

 “A successful marriage is always a work-in-progress”……. The play explores facets of marriage and relationships. Our sole aim is to entertain audiences, so come and enjoy a good laugh.”

The cast includes Sydney’s own talented team of Vipul Vyas, Aparna Tijoriwala, Hemal Joshi, Jyotsna Sharma, Abhishek Merhotra, Bindoo, Kashmira Sachania, Pradip Pandya, Rushi Dave, Suman Mathur, Mansi Gandhi, Abhishek Sood, Akanksha Srivastva and Akshat Gupta.

Support team includes: Writer – Saral Somaiya, Production Controller – Kamini Pandya, Music – Tushar Bose, Lights – Sagar Agashe, Makeup/ Costume – Sandhya Bose, Tickets/ admin support – Parag Tijoriwala.

The play is presented by Ekal Vidyalaya, Australia as their Annual Fundraising event. EVF Australia have by now supported and adopted over 700 Ekal schools in India which are run in villages with one teacher teaching students of all ages at a school run by the village. They are also involved in village development in rural areas and tribal villages of IndiaBuy your tickets now to support a good cause and enjoy a laughter-filled afternoon/ evening.

Do see the flyer here, it will be staged in two shows on July 28 at 2.30pm and 6.30pm at NIDA Theatre. Contact Jay (Jayendra Shah) on 0438 621 590 for tickets priced at $55, $45 and $35:

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