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Biggest Marathi Play "Shivputra Shambhuraje" Now soon in Aurangabad

After biggest success in pune "Shivputra Shambhuraja" the first marathi biggest play now soon in aurangabad too. Aurangabadkar now enjoy this great and biggest play at Marathwada Sanskrutik Mandal Stadium after the dashehara festival from 25 to 30th oct 2012. Dr.Amol Kolhe (Raja Shiv Chatrapati Fame) playing main lead role of "Sambhaji Raje" and Ravi Patvardhan (Sr. Marathi Film Star ) Playing role of  "Aurangzeb". follow we give the main feature of this play.

Main Features Of The Play
  • 130 feet super-grand stage
  • Erection of 45 Feet huge Fort replica
  • Astonishing 'Rajyabhishek'
  • Camel's, Horse's to exude real authentic atmosphere
  • Extensive use of bullock carts for real life experience
  • Elaborate costumes, weapons, five different stage changes
  • Mind boggling audio- visual effects
  • Breath taking fire work and lightnings
  • More than 250 artist to perform
  • Masculine & thrilling plays and dances
About Shambhuraja

This brave heart prince of Maharashtra has been celled as 'Warlike Prince' in London,however this prince so far has been considered as thoughtless and wrathful. If he has been such. then during the last moments of his life he might have agreed to hand over Maratha empire to Aurangzib , because it was one of the worst moments in the life of any prince ever. In day to day life because of their busy schedule people do not get time to read the real story of Sambhaji. If the true story of Chhatrapati Sambhaji is present in the form of mega-drama people will come to know about shambhuraje and allegiance that the soil of Maharashtra owes to this Chhatrapati may be fulfilled. In this mega dram, contemporary language , drapery, and sets have been presented to help audience to relate with the past and give a real life feel.

This prince at the very young age of 14 wrote a 'Sanskrit' epic called 'Budhbushanam' and acquired the title of 'poet Prince' Chhatrapati Shivaji depicted the entire world to live for one's motherland and Shambhuraje depicted the way to die for the soil.

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