Rashi Bunny - Acting

Acting

  • Bhisham Sahni's MADHAVI, her first solo, directed by Arvind Gaur won accolades all over India and abroad.
  • Manjula Padmanabhan's Hidden Fires was Rashi’s other solo directed by Arvind Gaur that has been selected by SKP as one of the best plays of year. It was also performed for Queen’s award project ( UK ) for Communal harmony
  • Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's The Little Prince (French: Le Petit Prince), solo by Rashi Bunny directed by Arvind Gaur. It is the only solo performance of The Little Prince in the world.
  • Walking Through the rainbow premiered in Chennai and deals with domestic abuse and other NRI issues
  • Mahesh Dattani's Tara & Final Solutions
  • Vijay mishra's Tatt Niranjana
  • Swadesh Deepak's Court Martial and Sabse Udas Kavita
  • Munshi Premchand's story Moteram ka Satyagrah adapted by Safdar Hashmi & Habib Tanvir
  • Rajesh Kumar's Me Gandhi Bolto
  • Street play- Teen Kanastar for Asmita theatre group, New Delhi well accloaded in World Social Forum

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