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5 December, 2018 09:42:51 AM

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‘Hasonjaner Raja’ to be staged at three venues in Sylhet

DL Desk, Dhaka
‘Hasonjaner Raja’ to be staged at three venues in Sylhet
A scene from the play ‘Hasonjaner Raja’. Photo : courtesy

Prangonemor, one of the leading theatre troupes in the country, is going to stage three shows of their audience-acclaimed play titled ‘Hasonjaner Raja’ at three separate venues in Sylhet, the birth place of the play’s protagonist.

The play is based on the life of famous Bengali poet, mystic philosopher and songwriter from Sylhet, Hason Raja.

Among the three shows set for Sylhet, the first show will be staged tomorrow at the Sylhet Station Club Auditorium while the other two shows will be brought to the stage on December 7 and 9 at the Sylhet Nazrul Auditorium and Sunamganj Hason Raja Auditorium respectively.   

Written by eminent writer Shakoor Majid, ‘Hasonjaner Raja’, which is the 13th production of the troupe, has been directed by Ananta Hira.

The different roles in the play are performed by Ramiz Razu, Awal Reza, Mainul Tawhid, Sagor Roy, Shuvechchha Rahman, Jewel Rana, Asha, Prokriti, Preeti, Sujay, Niru, Sumon, Badhon and Ruma.

Fayez Jahir has designed the stage for the play, while popular singer Selim Chowdhury is the music advisor, and music of the play is planned by Thandu Raihan.

To note, born on 21 December in 1854 at Rampasha of Bishwanath in Sylhet, the father of Hason Raja was Dewan Ali Raja, a direct descendant of Birendraram Singhdev (Raja Babu Khan). Hason Raja spent most of his childhood in Rampasha with his mother, Hurmuth Bibi. Later on, his unique style of music made him one of the most prominent figures in Bengali culture.

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