Four sisters with different temperaments, dreams and ideologies are forced to live under one roof for a year if they want to benefit from their dead mother’s property and wealth. As diehard beliefs hilariously collide with age-old habits, they enter a war zone where neither of them will pay for the day to day expenses of the house. As a result, they hit upon the idea of bringing in a tenant in the house. One outside force enters their lives like a whirlwind blowing away cobwebs of manipulative habits, patterns, beliefs, ideologies, nurtured over a lifetime; bringing out their vulnerabilities, forcing them to be honest and open.
With an all-women Cast & Crew, Gupp Chup Gapp renders an endearing and entertaining canvas for burning issues of gender equality, sexual abuse, need for self-reliance and an empathetic attitude towards other human beings. The play is a juxtaposition of the serious and the mundane; the marvelous and the absurd performed by the IAS Officers’ Wives as a Fundraiser for Sakshi (Regd. NGO 1993) to prevent Child Sexual Abuse.