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Theater in his blood

“Theater is not just a passion, it’s a way of life, the way of being and a way of thinking for me,” shares playwright Bijay, also known as “Bisphot”. An actor himself, he’s been in the field of Nepali theater for nearly two and half decades and has recently released his first book titled “Burki”.

Published by Jagadamba Publishing House, “Burki” is a repository of six performed plays that have been written and directed by Bijay himself. Doorie, Chaproko Manchitra, Buddha Harayeko Suchana, Murda Haruko Mahabho, Burki and Seto Kapal – the plays with shifting themes ranging from social injustice to political interference should keep the readers engrossed.

Humbled by the response towards his recently staged “Seto Kapal”, the playwright thanked everyone who had been a part of his theater life, especially those involved in the plays found in “Burki”. The book was released on the set of “Seto Kapal” by his mother on Asadh 3, at the Rimal Hall, Gurukul, Baneshowr.  
 
“This definitely a personal milestone for me, I’ve acted, written and directed plays but now the dream of having it printed in a book is fulfilled,” shared an elated ‘Bisphot’, who is now awaiting his audiences’ response towards the compilation; albeit fingers crossed!

 
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