Shah Sharabeel’s farcical comedy play ‘You Only Marry Twice’ begins its run tomorrow, 30th March at the Karachi Arts Council, with the opening night being a Latif Kapadia Memorial Welfare Trust (LKMWT) fundraiser.

Sharabeel is well-known in the world of theatre for his moving plays such as ‘Bombay Dreams’, ‘Tom, Dick & Harry’ and ‘Moulin Rouge’.

Described as “a comedy play about a man with 2 families”, the play ‘You Only Marry Twice’ follows Faisal’s comical attempts to keep both his families separate and his secrets safe. The situation spirals out of control as Faisal hilariously juggles with the truth.

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Tickets cost 1500 PKR and are currently available at The Second Floor (T2F), Lals Patisserie, Naheed Super Market and Sattar Buksh. Students receive a 20% discount.

ALL proceeds from tickets sales of the opening night will go to Latif Kapadia Memorial Welfare Trust MediHealth clinics in Shah Faisal Colony, Malir Khokrapar and Quaidabad where impoverished patients are treated at a highly subsidized cost of Rs. 30 including medicines.

Buying one ticket can help LKMWT save up to 50 lives. So, head over to Arts Council this Monday, 30th March to see the hilarious play ‘You Only Marry Twice’ and support the LKMWT cause.



The Latif Kapadia Memorial Welfare Trust (LKMWT) was established in 2007 by a team of Latif Kapadia’s admirers. Since inception, the Latif Kapadia Memorial Welfare Trust has been providing healthcare and educational services to some of the most impecunious families on the outskirts of Karachi, where access to these facilities is limited.