‘The Blue Mug' is an absolute laugh riot. Simplicity, superb acting and a free-flowing narrative are the defining characteristics of the play. Each actor's recollection of his or her own memories beautifully portrayed the gamut of emotions one experiences during childhood and adolescence. Moments like Sheeba's fetish to drink milk from a bottle fitted with a rubber nipple, and Rajat dressing up in a sari transported the audiences back in time. Munish was brilliant, especially when he described his friend's tryst with the Pandit ji in the loo, and his first date. The play never had a dull moment and will be a part of my memory forever. In a nutshell, ‘The Blue Mug' is a mug replete with memories and emotions that ought to be enjoyed by everyone.

K. N. Karthick Balan