The Sound Pollution Control Office is flooded with angry common men and event organizers as it is that time of the year again when Dandiya festivals spring to life. An angry Musadi Lal visits their office to lodge a complaint against the Dandiya festival happening near his house. He tells the authorities that the organizers play music way past the legal time limit of 10 pm and requests for immediate action. Will Musadi Lal’s complaint be looked into? Watch and find out. A show with a difference. In a nutshell ek dilchasp, rip-roaring, rib tickling comedy rather, satire on the everyday trials of the common man and our rather handicapped system. The conniving, cutthroat and lackadaisical attitude of our system is represented in an extremely humorous manner. The system is represented by a group of actors who are constantly highlighting the pathetic mindset of our junior level officers. They say, power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Pankaj Kapoor, leaves no stone unturned in his portrayal of the system beaten man. The very obvious strength of this show is its pathos driven satire. Well crafted by the writers and effectively portrayed by the actors, this show is one of its kinds.
Video Rating: 5 / 5
Little Walter playing acoustically (E harp, 2nd position – key of B), Hound Dog Taylor on guitar. From American Folk Blues Festival 1967, Germany. See “Legends Of: The American Folk-Blues Festivals” DVD.