Directed by Sunil Shanbag, the play set in 70s on a river island in Goa, has Antonio Moraes, a landlord happy in his resplendent home, tended to by caretakers. He is a champion of the Konkani language. So, when his son Rafael returns from Mumbai with his Anglo-Indian girlfriend, Loretta, Antonio demands that the girl learns Konkani to live in the island. A satire at its heart, you can expect to hear some lovely music and get life lessons. Told through six scenes, the play is in the form of Goan local theatre form.
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