Someone once said, `marriage is an adventure-like going to war`.
How different can a proposal be then?
Confusions & chaos prevail when the innocent Veeraji is cleverly steered by his man Friday Ramu to ask for their neighbour`s daughter`s hand for marriage. Little does Veeraji know about Ramu`s own love interest, Dulari-the domestic help at the neighbour`s. The neighbour, Jaman Singh is only happier to agree to the alliance & calls out for his daughter-Nimmo. Nimmo is a stark contrast of her sugar-coated image created by both Ramu & Jaman Singh. Veeraji(now left alone in the room for a friendly chat with Nimmo)begins a polite conversation but leads to a situation where the battle lines are drawn.
Will Veeraji be able to woo Nimmo? Will Jaman Singh finally get to celebrate the evening? What will happen to Ramu & Dulari?
Based on Anton Chekhov`s hit play ``The Proposal`` this Punjabi adaptation explores the same Chekhov`s plot but with a lot of Punjabi tadka. This is a first such adaptation of this classic play, conceptualised & directed by Saurav Padhi. The Punjabi translation has been penned down by Jagdip Singh. Adding to the flavour, this play also features a popular, but withering, traditional Comic Stand Up Art - ``Punjabi Phands`` in a bit contemporary avatar - a comic and lyrical way. Lyrics penned down by Jagdip Singh and Rishabh Tripathi.