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Priya is the devout girlfriend of cricketer Bunty and takes up the flag of a committed relationship through her solemn dialogues.
Everyone understands the foul intention of the "hypocrite Baba", the young daughter gets disenchanted with her "fraudulent guru" and the prestige of the family is saved.
Each one of the actors have lived up well to their respective comedy character. Priya (daughter) provided a level tune of romantic sombreness to enhance the overall hilarity of the play. The generational hierarchy was not followed by make-up man and it really took time when audience could be habituated to stabilise on who is whose father as far as the relationship of Chintamani and his father is concerned. It was only near the end when Chintamani's father lifts his black cap and his baldness cries loudly of his superior generation. Also it's only possible in a comedy where a servant seems to be not less than the brother of his boss through his manners and costume.
Om Katare's direction is deft and emphatic and has been the main strength of the show. This stands true especially with the show of a hysterical ritual with loud emission of sound as "ululululululululu" the daughter of Chintamani and other females make while meeting and departing from the shammer 'Baba'. He has also taken good works from Chintamani's wife and elder son and mother. The old filmi songs have been used beautifully in this play.
This play is a wonderful show of realistic humour. The fantasy of every character ends up with a dull thud to warn you not to go astray with nonsensical fantasies.
This show was presented by Indian Oil and performed at Mysore Association auditorium, Matunga (Mumbai) on 13.7.2019
Review by - Hemant Das 'Him'
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