Naatak presents its 32nd production

K. K.

A play in Hindi
Palo Alto and San Francisco, CA
February 28 and March 6 & 14, 2010

Written and Directed by Sujit Saraf

Produced by Asheesh Divetia

About the Play

Connaught Place, Delhi: K.K. arrives on a warm morning in pursuit of his sole passion, and finds his way through fruit vendors, card players, booksellers, security guards, shoppers, shopkeepers, film goers, gangsters and gold smugglers. Each is an enemy in K.K.’s mind; each takes something from him.

This is the hilarious story of how K.K. avenges himself on the people he meets, on Connaught Place and on the city itself.

There are hundreds of characters in the play but a single actor, who walks through imaginary crowds to talk, quarrel, sing, cry, fight, lose and win. There is no intermission and the set is fluid, changing continuously on wheels even as K.K. moves through it.

Language: Hindi (with English supertitles)
Run-time: 120 minutes
Children under 12 will not be admitted | Flash photography not allowed.


SUN Feb 28, 5 pm
SAT Mar 6, 6 pm
SUN Mar 14, 3 pm & 6 pm


General: $20 ($16 for 5 or more tickets)
VIP: $30 ($25 for 5 or more tickets)


Cubberley Theater
4000 Middlefield Rd
Palo Alto, CA 94303

Shelton Theater
533 Sutter Street
San Francisco, CA