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Paanchphoron 4

Paanchphoron 4

Organised by : Urotaar

UROTAAR, are a socio-cultural organization, working on socio-cultural upliftment, awareness & motivational activities through Street Theatre, Short film, Workshops, Exhibitions, Cultural Events etc in various Locations of India.

Till date we have achieved More Than,
360 Street Theatre Performances across India
2 Short Films
21 Cultural Events comprising various Art Forms
8 Exhibitions of Paintings & Sketches
Motivational Theatre Workshops for many Organizations
Art & Culture related promotions

Besides all, for the last 3 years (2014-2016) & this year our Annual Live Art Festival 'PAANCH PHORON' has been one of its kind. It’s a combined presentation of Street Theatre, Folk Dance, Folk Music, Live Sketching & Live Handicraft Making from different parts of West Bengal. It is one such festival which promotes the talents of our State, highlighting the Making of various Visual Arts, and till date we have never disappointed our audiences in terms of creativity.


Day 1 :

Date : 18.11.2017   Venue - New Market, Simpark Mall

Street Theatre performance by the following groups : Balarko Nimta, Urotaar, Calcutta Rescue School for Underprivileged Children.

Solo Street Theatre act by Amit Rohila

Street Mime Performance by : Arkaprava Banerjee

Folk Music : The MIliputs

Live Painting : Amit Sen, Paul Chiranjit, Sanjoy Ghosh

Live Handicraft Making: Pink Poverty, Kolonkini, Hattim A Team.

Day 2 :

Date : 19.11.2017   Venue - Metropolis Mall , Highland Park

Street Theatre performance by the following groups : A Bong Positive, Urotaar, Calcutta Rescue School for Underprivileged Children.

Folk Dance: Hattim A Team (a presentation of Tenali Raman through Dance & Narration)

Folk Music:  Tushar Roy, Doriya & KonFusion.

Live Painting : Amit Sen, Paul Chiranjit, Sanjoy Ghosh

Live Handicraft Making: Pink Poverty, Kolonkini, Hattim A Team.

From The Miliputs :



We have been working on Folk music for the last 2 years. In this span we have felt that regional folk art is regaining its lost essence. People, most significantly youngsters these days respond in a very welcoming manner when it comes to Folk. 
We have always searched for new and more acceptable form of performances to promote Bengali Folk. Paanchphoron 4 is a great initiative by Urotaar that helps young talents reach out to masses. It also opens the door for the underprivileged who cannot afford to buy passes or attend concerts.
We are happy to be a part of this initiative this year and equally excited since this was the first time we presented a live plugged street performance.

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