My Heart Goes Thadak Thadak

Welcome to the City of Dreams: Bombay, the height of the 1970s. Legendary Bollywood director Rakesh Ramsey has died in the middle of shooting his latest film, Dust of the Delhi Plains, an epic desi western with all the trappings: magnificent landscapes, gunfights on horseback, saloon bars and bounty-hunters.

Ramsey’s two children, Roshan and Kamala, are forced into the director’s chair. But they’ve inherited a disaster: the crew’s unhappy, the money’s all gone and the big Bollywood star is holding the production hostage. Can Roshan and Kamala bring their father’s dying dream to the big screen, or is Dust of the Delhi Plains as cursed as everyone says?


“This is a superbly constructed production with clear cut characters portrayed with authentic voices..." -

"a production that needs to be seen." - NZ Herald

"...a theatre piece that is both comedic and heart-warming, its story one that is not often told on the stages of Aotearoa, but one that will no doubt be embraced wholeheartedly." - The 13th Floor