When in Mumbai, it's really difficult to be bored, thanks to all the hep and happening events in town! No matter how finicky you are with your time and energy, you'll surely get something or the other to cling on, to keep yourself amused.

So as the new year party frenzy is gradually reclining, we've been on the lookout for interesting events to catch our fancy. On that note, if you're in Mumbai this weekend or at the beginning of February, you should totally be attending The Devil wears Bataa; here's why!

What's Happening?

On the 4th of January (Saturday) and on the 2nd of February (Sunday), you can attend 'The Devil wears Bataa' at the Royal House Opera, 7:30 PM onwards!

Written and Directed by Meherzad Patel, The Devil wears Bataa is an honest and hysterical play, which makes you ponder upon the realities of India's political scenario. The play is an amalgamation of comical and theatrical genius and it also serves as an eye-opener into the world of things that shouldn't be happening in the country.

Who is really the Prime Minister of our country? Does America's President really run the show? Who is the ultimate puppet master pulling the strings? This play takes you behind closed doors of the Indian and American Government, shares secrets and it's all about finding our who's running who! Starring Danesh Irani, Dilnaz Irani, Darius Shroff amidst the other thespians, The Devil wears Bataa is surely gonna be a delight.

Sounds like an interesting find, right?

Knock Knock

When in Mumbai, you cannot afford to miss out on this laugh-riot because once you take a seat here, this play is gonna take you to places! So now you can just lay back on your seats and laugh off your evening here, keeping all your daily stress aside.

Location: The Royal Opera House, Mumbai

Date: Saturday, 4th of January and Sunday, 2nd of February, 2020

Timings: 7:30 PM

Book your tickets here.

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