Fourteen Songs, Two Weddings and a Funeral: Based on Rajshri Productions' Film "Hum Aapke Hain Koun"

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Methuen, 2001 - Man-woman realtionships - 66 pages
"All heart and humour, irresistibly charming and shamelessly enjoyable…a treat" - Sunday Times



Pooja falls in love with Rajesh. Prem, Rajesh's brother, falls in love with Nisha, Pooja's sister. But when Pooja dies suddenly and in tragic circumstances, Pooja finds herself betrothed to the wrong brother. Will Nisha's secret love for Prem be discovered before it's too late?

Featuring the classic Bollywood film ingredients of romance, drama and comedy, Fourteen Songs, Two Weddings and a Funeral is a spirit lifting and enchanting love story lavishly told in true Bollywood style. First performed in the studio at the Lyric Theatre Hammersmith in November 1998, Tamasha's production has won several awards including the TMA Best New Musical award.

Tamasha is Britain's leading Asian theatre company whose vivid and distinctive performance style has been applauded by critics and audiences alike. Their previous successes include the world premieres of East is East and Balti Kings.


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Tamasha is Britain's leading Asian theatre company whose vivid and distinctive performance style has been applauded by critics and audiences alike.

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