“Chanakya” Comes to Boston on May 8

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WOBURN, MA—Chanakya, a Hindi play starring the Bollywood, television and theater actor Manoj Joshi with his team of talented artists, is coming to Boston. The play, brought locally by Dhoom Entertainment, will be staged on Sunday, May 8, at Woburn High School in Woburn, MA.

Chanakya-showJoshi has been performing this play for more than 25 years, and it is nearing completion of 1,000 shows with over 100,000 people who have watched it all over the globe.

Joshi also enacted the character of Chanakya in the popular serial Ashoka on Colors and has done various roles in over 100 Bollywood movies.

The play is based on the historic figure Chanakya, whose writing still inspire people.

“This is neither a laugh a minute riot nor a serious play. It is an enthralling genre where history will unfold and spellbind you,” said Eshani Shah, founder of Dhoom Entertainment. “We feel that the New England audience is very receptive to theater and shows, and we hope it will be sold-out show with an overwhelming support from the community.”

The show is scheduled for Sunday, May 8, at 4:30 PM at Woburn High School in Woburn, MA. There is an earlybird/Mothers Day special discounted rate ending at the end of the month. Ticket prices are: VVIP: $100; VIP: $75 and 15 percent discounts on other tickets. You can buy them online or call Eshani Shah at (781) 956-5955.



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