Khatijabai of Karmali Terrace - In Ahmedabad

Khatijabai of Karmali Terrace

8pm, Friday, 3rd December
at Prakash Auditorium, Ahmedabad

Our longest running play is on the road again. After Chennai and Bangalore a few months ago, now it's time for Ahmedabad. We are performing at Prakash Auditorium as part of the Times of India Festival.

Jayati Bhatia dons the green saree and performs her unforgettable role as the orphan girl who grows to become the matriarch of one of the more powerful families in newly Independen
t India. The play about love, family, responsibility and the strength of a woman who 'wraps the family in the web of her providing' has been directed by Q.

Thespo Connection: Vivek Rao, who later became the Festival Director for Thespo 9 in 2007, was and still is an integral part of the production team for Khatijabai. He was also an actor as part of a platform performance at Thespo 6 in 2004. Also, the lighting director, Arghya Lahiri, had been instrumental in the formation of Thespo. He also directed for Thespo and won numerous Thespos for the same.

Here is what the press has had to say:

The show started and what a show! One actress, Jayati Bhatia, a show stealer of the silver screen, kept the whole hall enraptured with her movements and dialogues. My heart went out to her. I wished so hard that I too could some day act like her. For one hour and fifteen minutes, we were mesmerized by Khatijabai of Karmali Terrace, a Q Theatre Production. And after the show, we all stood there and applauded for a whole 5 minutes, while Jayati just smiled back at us thanking us profusely with folded hands.” – The Assam Tribune

Portrayed brilliantly…deserves applause” – NGAGE, Mumbai.

Brilliantly layered…wonderful portrayal”– West Side Plus, Mumbai.

Vivacious…Skillful…Innovative…Stimulating…Successful” – Time Out Mumbai.

One of the most memorable acts in recent times…standing ovation…brilliant performance..” – The New Indian Express, Bangalore.

"An overall stunning performance" -

"The stagecraft was immaculate and beautifully executed." -

The show is on:

Friday, 3rd of December
at 8 pm
at Prakash Auditorium