This 9-member strong group is a passionate bunch, dedicated to bringing about a change in society with their insightful and moving street plays. To get their message across, they combine strong scripts with passionate enactments. Dedicated to making their plays relatable and easy to understand, they keep their plots straight, simple and lively. They also pick topical themes like violence against women, corruption, domestic violence and discrimination to impart social messages that inspire change. Their dedication to theatre played a big role in deciding upon the name ‘Jazba’ which means ‘to put your all into something.
“Really Gr8 job it should be national.”
“A great effort and congratulations to all those who worked to make it happen.”
“Very calming. Feels good at the railway station”
“I reached Vashi station tired and worn out from the days work, to see a crowd formed around a man, went to investigate, and I saw a man performing a song which sounded like Sufi music to me. His voice echoed through the granite corridors of the station and the merry strums of his guitar filled the air with melancholy. I stood there hearing his song about finding God in ones own belief, reminded me of Kabir ke Dohe which i had read when i was a kid.”
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