Mitrachi Goshta, a Friend's Story: A Play in Three Acts
This is the first translation of acclaimed Indian playwright Vijay Tendulkar's Mitrachi Gosha. A stark commentary on love--both hetero- and homo-sexual--this powerful play is set in the college campus world of India.
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angry audience Bapu nods Bapu silent Bapu speechless Bapu's bastard blackmail bloody break Brother C'mon cigarette comes Confused cycle d'you Dalvi enters Dead silence Don't tell drink drunk eunuch everything Exits eyes face feel felt fixed Forget Friend's Story friendship girl give gone hand handbag handwriting happened heart hell hoodwinked hurt laugh laughter leave lesbian bitch letters listen look Manya Dalvi marriage mean meet Miss Deshmukh Mitra Singh Mitrachi Goshta mother Mumbai Nama's night Pande enters play problem promise Pune resdessness Rohini Hattangady room mate rustication Sangli saree scared stiff seated smoke someone Sorry stage stands stop Suddenly suicide Sumitra enters swear tell Tendulkar there's things thought told tomorrow turns understand Vijay Tendulkar Vinay Apte waited want to talk What's woman worried write wrong wrote yaar