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Tumhari Amrita is a hit among its audiences in both the countries. The audience in India applauds loudly during the song Neeli Roshni, while an appreciative silence greets the songs in Pakistan. While, the songs Neeli Roshni, Tujhe Nachan, Dil Ne Chalte Chalte, Tu Meri Kahani, Preet and Dil Jaa Kiya are the highlights of the play. The play also has a number of songs which have not been filmed in the film version or musical.
The play was staged in the United States for the first time in the form of a full-length musical production in New York City, by the name of Tumhari Amrita in 2001. Due to the immense popularity of the musical, a film version of the play was released in 2004. It was directed by Javed Iqbal and starred Sharmila Tagore, Sadaf Siddiqui, Farhan Akhtar and Naseeruddin Shah. It was remade in Hindi in 2005 titled, Choti Si Baat. The play is a heavy critique of the patriarchy existing in India and Pakistan, though the author admits that the play is not a social commentary and the play is not an attempt to bring about any change in the society. The play depicts the story of middle class and lower middle class educated girl’s life in the 1970s in India and Pakistan. 827ec27edc