Natrang Is The Struggle Of A Creative Mind That Dares To Think Different. A Young Artist Who Decides To Go Beyond His Family His Friends The Society And Above All His Own Imagination To Achieve A Dream Unthinkable. A Story Set In The 1970S In A Small Village Of Maharashtra In India Digs Into The Deep Rooted Gender Politics Revealed Through Incidents In An Artist'S Life. Guna, A Poor Village Labourer Nurtures The Obsession For 'Tamasha' - A Theatrical Folk Art Form Of Maharashtra. It Is His Dream To Play King Once In His Life. Unforeseen Circumstances Land Him In A Situation Where He Sets Up A Theatre Company. But Its Survival Now Depends On Inclusion Of 'Nachya' (A Man Who Performs A Woman'S Role In Theatre) A Mandatory In The 'Tamasha'. Strongly Built Guna Takes Up The Challenge Of Doing The Role Due To His Passion For The Art. A Decision That Puts His Life In Turmoil Inside Out. He Is Deserted By His Wife Teased For Performing Feminine Roles Abused And Declared A Eunuch Or Gay By The Society That Fails To Understand The Creativity Involved In The Art Form.
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