Set in Old Dhaka in 1927, "Amra Tinjon", a play by Loko Natyadal, tells a story of three friends – Bikash, Ashit and Hitangshu – who simultaneously fall for a woman named Mona Lisa. The emergence of the woman affects the relationship but fails to break the bond.
The shared fascination for Mona Lisa, doesn't lead to any romantic entanglement, rather in the circuit of three a new member is taken in and the play thus evolves into a story of three men and a damsel. Later, the damsel is married off and leaves Dhaka for Kolkata much to the disappointment of all three aficionados. In the last act tragedy strikes – the three protagonists witness their object of adoration die when giving birth to the first child. Those who once failed to even accept Mona Lisa shedding tears, had to say final goodbye to her decked in flowers before she is taken a way to the
Above is the play "Amra Tinjon" in a nutshell, which will see its 6th staging at the Jatiya Natyashala auditorium of Bangladesh Shilpakala Academy at 7pm on November 15, 2019. Directed by Liyakat Ali Lucky, the play is based on a story by Buddhadeb Bosu. In the past, Loko Natyadal also staged "Tapashi Tarongini" which is also written by Buddhadeb Bosu and there were more than fifty shows of the play.