"This is a biggest tribute to my martyr brother from your team. You people have done a commendable job," she said before breaking down to tears.
The play showed the withering consciousness of the human being lodged in a jail awaiting justice for 23 long years, only later to be killed. Darshan's half-hour saga in 'Sarabjit Calling' sent the shivers down the spine of the audience as he interacts in hallucinations with his mother, children and dead father, all assuring him about his early return to his native land. Sahitya Akademi Awardee Lalit Magotra, the chief guest on the occasion lauded the play team for picking up sensitive issues and highlighting them threadbare for the people to understand the irony and plight hidden beneath.