Mangaluru: Fourth performance of 'Khandi Khuris' drama held in Mulki

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (EP)

Mangaluru, Mar 13: The fourth performance of Konkani drama 'Khandi Khuris' in the city was held on Sunday evening March 11 at Church of Immaculate Conception open ground, Mulki. Nearly 800 people were present.

Chief guest, vicar var of Surathkal, Fr Paul Pinto at the beginning of the drama wished them well on behalf of Mulki parish for the drama written by Konkani author Vally Vagga and felicitated him.

Mulki parish priest Fr F X Gomes who was professor and principal at several colleges, at the end of the drama commended the high class historical, social drama which carried a moral message in it.

The drama is written by Vally Vagga. John M Permannur has dramatized it under the direction of George William D'Souza.

George William D'Souza Madanthyar, Agnes Lena Shambhoor, Pius Saldanha Virajpet and Clifford D'Souza Madanthyar have acted in it. Samson Mysore has provided music. The drama will be performed in succession at Kelarai, Don Bosco, Madanthyar and Kinnigoli during the remaining days of lent this year.

Comment on this article

  • Kiran moras, Tumkur

    Mon, Mar 19 2018

    I was recently in Belthangady to watch the performance. Fantastic act with beautiful story line, beautiful dialogue delivery. About 800 audience kept pin-drop silence till end to watch the complete act of Khandi khuris.now people from belthangady who missed the act plan to visit nearby madanthyar for show on 24th Saturday march

    I wish Khandi khuris team all the best. This will encourage youth to develop real acts like this in konkani. I wish soon they play thousands of acts worldwide to make konkani famous

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