The festival opened on March 17 with “Dhamaal,” a celebration of the drumming traditions from India, with a performance curated and directed by the renowned percussionist Aneesh Pradhan and will be followed by a week of outstanding performances including “Thari — The Loom” by Padma Shri Malavika Sarukkai and Attakkalari’s Bhina Vinyasa, which combines movement and digital art.

Other performances include: “Ismat Apa Ke Naam” directed and enacted by Naseeruddin Shah with his wife, Ratna Pathak Shah and daughter Sheeba Shah; “Khwab Sa” directed by Atul Kumar, an adaptation of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream;” “Shakkar Ke Paanch Daane” directed by Manav Kaul and enacted by Kumud Mishra; “Mahadev Bhai” directed by Ramu Ramananthan and enacted by Jaimini Pathak; “Elephant in the Room” directed and enacted by Yuki Elias.

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