Famous writer Anwar Maqsood’s new play ‘Nach Na Jane’ will be staged in Karachi for two months starting March 1, and will be continued till Ramadan after which, the team will head to Lahore and then Islamabad respectively, for two months each. He also revealed that most of the actors in the play are debutantes, team, Anwar Maqsood said in press conference, attended by president of Karachi Arts Council Muhammad Ahmed Shah, director Dawar Mahmood, actor Yasir Hussain and of course, Maqsood himself.
The play is being conducted in collaboration with KopyKats Productions and has been written by renowned satirist and humourist Anwar Maqsood. It is a prequel to the acclaimed Urdu play Aangan Terha. The premier of Nach Na Jane was held at the Arts Council on Thursday, January 3.
The team revealed that “all the revenue generated from play will be donated to artists, writers and poets who have given their lives to the craft but are now struggling to make ends meet. “It is our duty to help these people out in their time of need,” said Shah. “Hence, all the income we earn from Nach Na Jane will be distributed amongst these troubled artists.”
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