Mahasamar - New Event


Renaissance University annually organizes an in house play with the School of Performing Arts teaming up with its own students as performers , technicians and creative team. From building sets to setting the stage on fire the students of Renaissance University put up an forgettable show for the audience of more than a thousand people , screening the same play twice on popular public demand! Here is a glimpse into the most memorable play!!

A tragic tale of the ruthless truth on a modern life depicting the plight of a child whose parents are in a round – the – clock conflict spree, and are persistent in contesting their ways and means of living the life in their own manner. In this turmoil the gloomy child turns mentally disturbed as her sentiments are continuously disregarded by the conflicting opinions of her parents.

This play fundamentally mirrors most of the households in today’s age where the pace of life is overwhelming and deranged for a lot of us. In their disputed life the couple seem to have forgotten the romance, the charm of their relationship  ,which is predominantly replaced by insecurities, resentment, bitterness, distrust, grudges and spite, which they eventually see in their child. That is when they realize that in this relay of life they have buried their own fondness and endearment for one another but by now the child is being subjected to trauma which in turn causes a set back in her academics and also puts her through distress in her well being. She also gets rejected from a competition because of her ailments.

The misery of their child made the remorseful parents resolve their disputes and work towards the furtherance of their beloved daughter. This play is written by our Chancellor Mr. Swapnil Kothari, it was conceived on a notion that how the circumstances at home reflect on a child. A trial of three individuals who live under one roof fight their own battles , but come out victorious only when they come hand in hand and walk with each other. This play “ Mahasamar”  was drawn and framed by Miss Prachi Roy and Mr Agraj Mishra that left the audience tear eyed and full of emotions .