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Soorya’s 'Dheergha Chathuram' is another masterpiece
June 1, 2015, 4:40 pm
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Soorya Kuwait Chapter, in association with UAE Exchange organized 'Soorya India Festival 2015' on the evening of Friday, 29 May at the Indian Community School (Sr.) , Salmiya, Kuwait. The Indian Embassy Second Secretary, Hon’ble A.K. Srivastava inaugurated the festival  which aims to promote international integration through culture, by lighting the  lamp, along with Renjith Pillai, Business Development Manager, UAE Exchange, Vijay Karayil, President and B.S. Pillai, General Secretary.  The Second Secretary appreciated Soorya Kuwait Chapter for its excellent efforts in promoting the rich Indian culture.  General Secretary welcomed the audience.

Unlike previous programs, Soorya this time brought a dramatic art “Deergha Chathuram” (The Rectangle), written and directed by Soorya Krishnamurthy, the founder of Soorya  Stage and Film Society, the largest cultural organization of the world. 'Deergha Chathuram' (the Rectangle) is a real time, 90 minutes’ multi-media drama, presented in the backdrop of a reality show settings in a television studio. It portrayed the rise and fall of playback singer, who finally realizes the great truth that there were presentations still in the paths abandoned by him. As in all writings and presentations of Soorya Krishnamurthy, Ammu was the central character in this drama too.

Trained professional artistes Devan Nellimoodu (Playback Singer), Mahalekshmi (Ammu – TV talk show presenter) along with other Cast &  Crew - Shaji Nizar, Arun Nath, Sujith, Pradeep  Soorya, Hylakumar, Sarveswaran, explored the true potential dramatic art.

Later,  Renjith Pillai  presented gifts to all artistes as a token of appreciation for  their outstanding  performances, while Vijay Karayil presented a gift to Soorya Krishnamurthy, as an honor for his contribution towards the promotion of art and culture.

Soorya has been disseminating Indian art and culture through music and dance through its 36 chapters all over the world. “We are committed to propagate the rich Indian art and culture with  the active support of Chief Patron Dr. B.R. Shetty, Managing Director, NMC Group of Companies," said Soorya Krishnamurthy.

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