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Adaab Main Premchad Hoon

Adaab Main Premchad Hoon

Drama | Hindi


Miss Padma

There is nothing wrong if we call MunshiPremchand a soothsayer(one who can predict future). It’s strange that at his era he writes about a woman (miss Padma) who is very bold and open in her character, wants to stay in a live-in relationship with a man (Prasad) who is very clever and wicked. Where miss Padma is deeply in love with Prasad and gives away everything to Prasad, Prasad takes the advantage and ditches miss Padma at the stage where she is expecting a baby because he wants to enjoy few days with a girl in his college in a hill station. Finally, Miss Padma hates herself for trusting Prasad and decides to move on.

Rasik Sampadak:

This story is about a Sampadak who hates articles written by men no matter if it’s very good. He only likes the articles written by women. Once he comes across a very good article written by Kamakshiji and he assumes that the lady must be very good looking and invites her at his place but when she arrives Sampadak gets irritated and angry as the lady was not at all beautiful and was very dirty and unhygienic.

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”

Sawa ser gehu:

This story shows the cruelty of purohits during Munshi Premchand’s time. Once a villager lends sawa ser gehu from a purohit of the village to feed a pandit who visits the farmer place. Later on, when the poor villager was not able to repay the purohit, the purohit hits him badly and make him work throughout his life. He doesn’t just make him work also he makes his son work till death. But even in today’s era the world is full of such purohits who can do anything for money .


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