Pakistan Press the Play

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Pakistan Press Hamza Gondal as Salaar-The kidnapper Aqsa Tabish as Ayra-The hostage Writers: Nimra Zahid Talha Rana Director: Alina Akif Setting: A room. Time: The present. SCENE I Room. AYRA IS TIED TO A CHAIR. Salaar: (PACING) Damn it damn it damn it damn it damn it damn it damn it damn it! AYRA MOANS. Salaar: Damn it. She’s waking up.Damn. AYRA MOANS. Salaar: No, that’s alright. It’s good. I’ll tell her it was a mistake. Very sorry. I’ll never do it again. Yeah. Okay. AYRA MOANS AGAIN, SOUNDING LIKE SHE’S IN PAIN. Salaar: You hurt her on the head. Damn! She’s in pain. Damn it.! I’m sorry for that. No sorry no way. She’s in pain. Good. At least she’s not dead. She could be dead. This is good. Very good. AYRA MOANS LOUDER. Salaar: Oh my. Damn it! No – all good. Hold it together. Just hold it together. Strong and calm. Strong and calm SALAAR TAKES UP A POSITION. Salaar: Strong and calm. SALAAR CHANGES POSITION. Salaar: Strong and calm. (TO AYRA) “Wake up – stupid.” Oh damn. I called her stupid. I shouldn’t call her stupid. No – Strong and calm. Strong and calm. AYRA MOANS AGAIN. Salaar: “That’s right, you idiot. I told you to wake up.” AYRA LIFTS HER HEAD. SHE LOOKS AROUND. Ayra: My head is hurting. Salaar: “Tough – idiot.” Ayra: No, I mean my head really hurts. Would you happen to have hit me with something? Salaar: (ASIDE) Damn damn damn. No – Strong and calm. Strong and calm. Ayra: Excuse me but are you talking to

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