Munshiji projects Uma Pati Narayan as a man who is innocent and honest, But sometimes innocent and honest people are misjudged by the society. It's a very simple story of Uma Patinarayan who visits his friend's place and requests him to lend him some money and he would surely return it back in a given period of time but unfortunately, he is unable to return it in a given time. As a reason The man who lends money has no more trust on anyone and decides not to give help anyone financially but that at that very moment he gets a money order of the amount that he gave to Uma Patinaraynaand he becomes very happy about it. All Credit to The director Mujeeb Khan, Who had made this simple story worth watching with some comedy punches and good sense of humor.
Bade ghar ki beti:-
Munshiji once again portrays a very strong character of a woman in this story. This play is about a woman who belongs to a very rich family but when married to a middle-class family finds it difficult to adjust as a reason there is a quarrel between her husband and the brother. But being a woman she understands the reality and the fact that there has been a misunderstanding between the two brothers and she is the only one who can resolve the issue and finally she does it and the father in law of the woman bless her saying “Bade ghar ki betiyaan aisi hi hoti h, Bigde huye kaam bana deti h”
The story is about a couple where the woman believes in God but the man doesn’t.