Saraf blends two political worlds in Naatak’s ‘Mr. India’

The crowded marketplace of Delhi, India is the backdrop for "Mr. India," the story of a simple tea seller's unlikely rise to power. (Naatak photo)

A simple tea seller. It is this half-blind everyman who finds himself in the middle of a political storm, a working-class citizen who is just moments away from becoming the most important political figure in a vast country of more than 1.2 billion people. Politics in India are as large as the country they live …

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