18th Bharat Rang Mahotsav concludes with musical performance
National School of Drama's annual international theatre festival Bharat Rang Mahotsav came to a close in the presence of eminent personalities here.
New Delhi: National School of Drama's annual international theatre festival Bharat Rang Mahotsav came to a close in the presence of eminent personalities here.
The closing ceremony of the 21-day event last night, which was attended by renowned Hindi writer Mannu Bhandari and famous Pandwani artist Teejan, was followed by a musical performance of NSD Repertory Company's "Swar Yatra".
Ratan Thiyam, Chairman, National School of Drama Society called the 18th edition of the theatre festival an "unforgettable experience."
"As it concludes, I thank everyone for their wholehearted participation for this edition and hope that the 19th edition in the spring next year is an even better success."
NSD Director Waman Kendre said during the past few weeks over 80 plays from 11 countries (apart from India) was performed.
The 18th Bharat Rang Mahotsav was held in New Delhi, while the parallel festivals this year took place in Jammu, Ahmedabad, Bhubaneswar and Thiruvananthapuram between February 3 to 14.
Mahesh Sharma, Minister of State, Ministry of Tourism & Culture was the Chief Guest for the evening.