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‘Magic of the Mirror’ play

‘Magic of the Mirror’ enthralls with a marvelous mixture of Magic, Music,
Message, Classical Dance, Qawwali and Melodious Numbers

Hyderabad: Students of Abhyasa Residential Public School put up a spectacular performance in the ‘Magic of the Mirror’ play staged as part of its 14th Annual Cultural Nite ‘Hemant Utsav’ here at Sri Sathya Sai Nigamagamam late evening yesterday. About 1000 people comprising of students, their families and friends attended the program. Chief Guest Prof. D. Narasimha Reddy, Vice Chancellor, Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University , Hyderabad ; Mr. M. Murali Mohan, Film Star & President - MAA (Movie Artists Association); Actress Jamuna and others graced the occasion. On this occasion, meritorious students & achievers of 10th and 12th Class were awarded Gold Medals both subject wise and overall performance wise.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Vinayak Kalletla, Founder Principal - Abhyasa Residential Public School said that unlike other schools where kids dance to filmi music, they always organise programs that are original and bring out the creativity and originality in the students. Though plays are enacted on
occasions in several schools, a play engaging four hundred students on such big scale with such pomp and ceremony is very rare. Our program is entertaining as well as message oriented and not film based, he said. The play offers a platform to schoolchildren to showcase their talent informed
Mr. Vinayak Kalletla.

The multilingual one-and-a-half hour play titled ‘Magic of the Mirror’ was an assortment of five stories taking place in different locations of the country and abroad, depicting the futility of a pretentious life that depends on approval and appreciation of others. The theme elevates its audience to flake off their false facade and feel themselves as complete, to live a meaningful existence. The well organised show with almost no time gap in-between sequences, outstanding performance from students punctuated with songs and dances was worth seeing.

The five stories viz., Story of Ramky (in English), The Necklace (in Hindi), Sonu & Minu (in English), Dongatakam (Hide and Seek - Telugu Drama), ‘The Gift of the Maji’ (in English) saw students act, sing and dance. Classical Dance, Burrakatha, Qawwali, Magic tricks, etc. were interspersed into the story. The play was an inspiration and creative production of the Principal Mr. Vinayak Kalletla and involved every individual of the institution.

The play communicated that we are all busy seeking appreciation and approval from everyone. What began in childhood’s innocence, when we smiled at the mirror and our reflection smiled back at us had later extended to friends and family. But whom are we trying to impress? Everyone is busy trying to look good. Who has the time to stop and appreciate others?... The plays conveyed the message that when you have the stuff people will definitely stop to admire you. So let’s stop pretending, ...lets be Complete.

Filmstar Mr. Murali Mohan commenting on the program said that the children displayed excellent time sense and acting skills in beautiful get-ups. All characters come across as natural, the students performed as professionals, he said.


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