A mythology-based Indian Classical musical on women empowerment

London hosted one of the first live shows post lock down created by Kolkata born Chandra Chakraborty and her group Kalakar UK recently.

The production, Ahuti- Musical echoes of Sita and Draupadi: A mythology-based Indian Classical musical on women empowerment,  was launched at the Wimbledon Library, London recently

The dignitaries present were Director of London Nehru Centre Mr. Amish Tripathi, Director of Sama Arts UK Mr.Jay Viswadeva, Mayor of Merton Cllr Michael Brunt, Director of Music Room Wembley Mr. Rahamat Simab
Based on the journey of Sita and Draupadi, the new musical Ahuti- Musical echoed of Sita and Draupadi will bear Kalakar Arts’ signature – Hindustani Classical music and acting at its flawless best. And to raise the majestic appeal further up, it will be aptly laced by a world-class Kathak recital.
The program featured Indrani Datta,  famous Kathak dancer  based in the UK, eminent journalist and elocutionist Arundhati Mukherje along with Founder and Director of Kalakar Arts UK,  Chandra Chakraborty also the artistic director and overall production head of this musical. Young talented Amith Dey provided vocal support and background music. Junaid Ali, a talented percussion player accompanied  him on the Tabla.

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