by BIS correspondent
BORIVALI-MUMBAI, DECEMBER 27, 2013: Drama is always enjoyable. It is fun to portray various characters, express a myriad of emotions. When the medium is a rich language like Marathi, drama is all the more entertaining. That is precisely why the Marathi Dramatics Competition organised at Don Bosco High School Borivali on the 12th of December, 2013 was a huge success.
Fluent dialogues, impeccable voice modulation and witty quips- the audience saw them all as the participants showcased their acting prowess and impressed the esteemed judges. The plays emphasized on morals relevant in the modern world.
In the High School, the Red House bagged the First place while the Green House had to be content with the runners-up spot. Tushar Apte won the best male actor award while Yash D'souza won the prize for the best portrayal of female character
The Blue House won the First Place in the Middle School category, edging out the Green House who emerged runners-up. Dishant Rane was selected as the best male actor while Parsun Choudhari bagged the best portrayal of female character.
Hats off to all the teachers and actors who practised hard to put up a spellbinding show!