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Mahesh Dattani's play Bravely Fought the Queen is a thought-provoking exploration of gender dynamics and societal expectations in contemporary India. Through nuanced characterizations and intricate plot developments, Dattani challenges conventional gender stereotypes, inviting audiences to critically examine the ways in which patriarchy shapes individual identities and relationships. This research article analyzes Dattani's portrayal of gender roles and power dynamics in Bravely Fought the Queen, highlighting the subversion of traditional norms and the potential for social transformation through theatrical representation.


Mahesh Dattani’s Bravely Fought the Queen through the lens of gender stereotypes and patriarchy, this research article aims to deepen our understanding of the play's thematic complexity and its implications for contemporary discourses on gender, identity, and social change

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