Bengali actress Gargee Roychowdhury who has been mesmerizing the audiences with her stellar acting capabilities returned to the stage after eight long years. She made her comeback with the one hour long monologue Rangini.
Presented by the actress herself, the chief advisor for this monologue was Bratya Basu. The script and play was by Ujjwal Chattopadhyay. Music was composed by Debojyoti Misra. The choreography was done by Sudarshan Chakraborty. The costumes were designed by Dev N Nil.
Rangini is a tale of a struggling performer. In this journey Rangini learns and unlearns lessons on life, love and work and is portrayed by Gargee through a series of eight different characters during this odyssey in search of the true meaning of life.
The plot flows along with a series of songs ranging from Bengali folk to modern music and time tested European tunes also.
Rangini narrates her journey from a sub-urban setting to a metro, betrayed in love and left to fend for her. However, her undying spirit urges her to fight alone as she struggles to find her foot as a singer and actor while she dares to accept the challenge of single motherhood. Rangini’s monologue with her unborn child makes her a woman of substance.
Babul Supriyo, Prosenjit Chatterjee, Abhijit Guha, Sudeshna Roy and others were present to watch Gargee perform the monologue on stage.
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