Curtains fall on ‘Bahuroopi 2020’
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Curtains fall on ‘Bahuroopi 2020’

February 20, 2020

Rangabhoomi theatre troupe from Udupi staging the Kannada play ‘Kamyakala Prathima,’ based on selected parts from Virata Parva of Kumaravyasa Bharata and Kuvempu’s Sri Ramayana Darshanam, at Vanaranga last evening as part of Bahuroopi-2020 National Theatre Festival. Picture right shows a scene from the play ‘Mahatma’ (Kannada) staged by Amateur Theatre Artistes, Mysuru, at Kalamandira premises yesterday.

AT KINDARIJOGI PREMISES: Nethravathi & team from Sagar presenting ‘Dollu Kunita’ on the concluding day of Bahuroopi Janapadotsava yesterday. Picture right shows artistes of South Central Zone Cultural Centre, Maharashtra, performing Kol Dance. Pictures below show S.J. Hoogar and team from Kundagol, Dharwad, presenting breath-taking ‘Mallakhamba’ stunts.


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