When they grew up, Radha and Vinod moved so closely that Radha's mother Bindu had to warn them. Even if from too younger days, together a boy and girl lived moving very closely, once they turn adolescent the girl shall not believe the boy as for as bodily contact is concerned.
Radha actively participates in the conference. Delegates from all over the world are present. They discuss how even from the time Man came into existence, the female sex had been treated as subordinate to the male, in home, in religion, in society, in public, in government, in politics and so on. The only aim is female-male-equality.
Vinod cheats Radha. Radha avenges. Justice prevails.
ABOUT THE DRAMA AND ITS PRESENTATION
For presenting this drama no previous sanction is necessary. But, after presentation a few words about the reaction of the audience may kindly be sent to the author.
This is not a drama for drama sake. When some important subject is presented through a drama, the audience watch it carefully, appreciate the drama and enjoy it. But, once they leave the theatre, they forget about it, never thinks about the subject matter and give due attention to the seriousness of the subject. This, the author feels, a drawback of the dramas in which the subject matter is presented indirectly which is the usual practice. This is an experimental drama in which the subject matter is presented directly to the audience. A new method is adopted in the presentation. Through conferences or meetings the problems are presented. To corroborate it and make it dramatic a plot is interwoven in between the sessions of the conference. The standard of the language the characters use may be according to their education and ability. When the drama is presented, the speeches at the conferences must not be dragging. They must be lively, energetic, attractive and arousing the necessary feelings in the audience.
The following suggestions too may be taken into consideration to make it more effective, even though it can be staged in a humble way. Wherever possible, instead of using the raising up and putting down curtains, screens split into two, one half rolling left and the other half rolling to the right may be used or a stage rotating on a vertical axis. The necessary sound effects previously recorded and played at the appropriate moment will definitely enhance the beauty of the performance.
A large electronic screen at a proper place at the back of the stage, projecting the important matters mentioned in the speeches will make the drama presentation more attractive. Even the close-ups of the speakers may be shown here.
Similarly, in Scenes IV and VIII since auspicious functions are taking place electronic screens may be used as directed in the scenes.
Shadow play also may be tried, instead of the electronic screen, though may not be, so effective as the electronic screen.
[In Scene No.1, don’t forget to show the parents more aged, once the children are shown as grown-ups.] If, in the duration of the drama a time reduction is required, it can be conveniently achieved by omitting scenes IV and VIII without affecting the drama. If necessary the speeches in the conferences may be written and read.