A Play in Bengali with English SuperTitles
Written by Sudipta Bhawmik
Directed by Pinaki Datta
On March 24, 1989, Dr. Stanley Pons and Dr. Martin Fleischmann stunned the world by claiming to have produced nuclear fusion at room temperature. The claim of Cold Fusion, which had the promise of producing infinite clean energy at minimal cost, was however debunked by the scientific community as pathological science.
“Opposites attract and likes repel.” This has been the accepted law of nature.
But laws are often meant to be broken, especially in life.
Arka, a senior research student of Dr. Pradip Basu, believes he has reproduced the ill famous Pons-Fleischmann Cold Fusion experiment in his laboratory. Dr. Basu tries to dissuade him but later gives in to his scientific curiosity. To prove nuclear fusion, Arka needs the help of a nuclear physicist. Kanika, another student of Dr. Basu, suggests they take help of Rudra, a nuclear physics researcher at the institute. Arka meets Rudra and soon discovers that this arrogant and unwieldy young man could not only help with his experiment but also justify his existence as a human being.
Will Rudra agree to join hands with Arka?
Will he be able to tear away his mask and reveal his true self?
NOTE: THIS PLAY IS INTENDED FOR A MATURE AUDIENCE. PARENTAL DISCRETION IS ADVISED
Note: The content and language of the play is intended for a mature audience and may not be appropriate for young children. Parental discretion is advised.