Krishna, Love Re-invented (Odissi) was well received at the Tata Theatre, NCPA

Published Date:

November 22, 2014

Sutra Foundation’s Krishna, Love Re-invented (Odissi) was well received at the Tata Theatre, NCPA with full house attendance. This is the fourth time Sutra has presented its performance at the NCPA – the other three productions being Spellbound, Odissi Stirred, Vision of ForeverKrishna, Love Re-invented , presented by NCPA in association with Sahachari Foundation and ASK Group, brought the glitterati of Mumbai to savour Sutra’s interpretation of Krishna’s springtime dalliance with the gopis. Sutra has just completed their US/Canada tour and took a new cast for the India tour – with Harenthiran as Krishna and Thrisherna as Radha.

Ramli & Harenthiran in front of the Tata Theatre, NCPA

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Sutra Dancers at the NCPA

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Harenthiran at NCPA

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Sutra Dancers in front of Tata Theatre

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