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Mi Nathuram Godse Boltoy Marathi Natak Free 53

Mi Nathuram Godse Boltoy - A Controversial Marathi Play

Mi Nathuram Godse Boltoy (translation: This Is Nathuram Godse Speaking) is a two-act play written in the Marathi language by Pradeep Dalvi. It is based on the book May It Please You Honour written by Gopal Godse, the younger brother of Nathuram Godse, the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. The play explores the assassination of Gandhi and the trial of Godse from Godse's point of view. It presents his justification for killing Gandhi and his critique of Gandhi's policies and actions.

The play was first staged in 1997 and has been performed over 1000 times since then. It has been produced by Uday Dhurat under the banner of Mauli Productions. The play has been directed by Sanjay Belosey and has featured actors like Krunal Limaye, Uday Sabnis, Kaustubh Sawarkar, Hemant Pendse, and others in various roles.

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The play has been controversial since its inception and has faced protests, bans, and legal challenges from various groups and individuals who consider it as an insult to Gandhi and a glorification of violence. The play has also been criticized for distorting historical facts and presenting a biased and one-sided view of Godse and Gandhi. However, the play has also received praise from some quarters for its boldness, creativity, and artistic merit. The play has also been appreciated for raising questions about freedom of expression, historical interpretation, and national identity.

The play has been adapted into other languages like Hindi, Gujarati, Kannada, and English. It has also been made available online for free viewing on platforms like YouTube and SoundCloud. The play has attracted a large audience across India and abroad and has sparked debates and discussions on various aspects of Indian history and politics.

Mi Nathuram Godse Boltoy is a play that challenges the conventional narrative of Gandhi and Godse and invites the audience to think critically and independently about the events that shaped the destiny of India. It is a play that provokes controversy and controversy provokes thought.




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