Muskurate Rahiye Aap Bambai Mein Hai
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. As a reason, the man who lends money has no more trust in anyone and decides not to help anyone financially. At that very moment, he gets a money order of the amount that he gave to Uma Patinaraynaand. All credit to the director Mujeeb Khan, who had made this simple story worth watching with some comedy punches and a good sense of humor.
This story is about a Sampadak who hates articles written by men no matter if they are good. He only likes article written by women. Once he comes across a very good article written by Kamakshiji and assumes that the lady must be very good looking and invites her to his place. When she arrives, Sampadak gets irritated and angry as the lady is not beautiful and is very dirty and unhygienic.
This is a comedy play about an old man who gets married to a young lady who later runs away with the servant in the house.
Cast: Vijay Badlani, Lokesh Nalwa, Rozlyn Khan, Nirupama Tanvar and others
Music Lights and Set: Madeeha Khan.