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Ghoosh

Immanuel Kant had said, “There is no moral holiday in life.” This is illustrated humorously in Kunal Mukhopadhyay's serio-comic drama, Ghoosh (Bribe). Bribe doesn't always come in straight, simple form. Bribery is an art and bribe often appears camouflaged in various forms and changes colours like a chameleon. It often has an innocent and innocuous approach. But once it gets entry in an opportune moment, it spreads its tentacles like a cancer and spoils the peaceful family environment of an honest man, nay society as well. Produced by Howrah Dakshinayan and directed by Mukhopadhyay.

When: Today at 6.30 pm

Where: Academy of Fine Arts

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