Rajat Kapoor’s ‘What’s done is done’.
Are you the one who is eagerly waiting for Rajat Kapoor’s ‘What’s done is done’? Actor Ranvir Shorey has come up with great news for the audiences. The famous ‘Prithvi Theatres’, located in Mumbai, Maharashtra was decided as the venue of the theatre drama. The drama will be displayed on 16th and 17th of February 2023 from 9pm and on 18th of February 2023, the timings will be 6pm and 9pm.
‘What’s done is done’ is the adaptation of William Shakespeare’s MacBeth. Rajat Kapoor’s drama ‘What’s done is done’ is a globally enjoyable and appreciated theatrical drama. The director is expecting a wonderful response from the audiences. The tickets are available on online ticket booking and at venue.
Audiences are excited for Rajat Kapoor’s English drama What’s Done Is Done, which featured prominent Bollywood actors Ranvir Shorey, Vinay Pathak, and Kalki Koechlin, as well as other theatre performers.
The story line.
Ranvir Shorey, who was perfectly cast as Macky B., uses his monologues on the witches’ prophecy that he will one day rule Scotland to show his conflicted feelings and conscience over killing King Duncan. The accents of the three witches—Kalki Koechlin, Tilothama Shome, and Sheena Khalid—are similar to those of the Italian language.
The play’s high point is Macky B.’s transformation from a brave soldier and honourable guy to a soulless murderer who employs a gang of killers to kill his buddy Banquo and his kid, who escapes due to his greed and thirst for power. Macky B., intoxicated by his lust for power, turns into a brutal dictator and goes on the rampage by enforcing his hold on the throne. This causes dissent as well as resistance from different corners of the kingdom, which ultimately leads to his own death.
The play effectively refers to the truth that we live in a world where hatred, terrorism, and discrimination are dividing people into opposing factions. If we are not cautious, we will eventually end up electing power-hungry demagogues who could damage the freedom and liberty that we take for granted.