Rang Rangila Gujjubhai
Siddarthji is well known for his comic timings. His plays are generally very light and humorous. He is well known for his dialect in surati style which is the main reason of his fan following. Most of his plays revolve about lafdebaazis of Gujjubhai which will surely make everyone enjoy it more and more.
Prof. Priyakant is a flamboyant man. His wife Manju is a naive housewife. But like all wives she too is of suspicious nature. Professor always manages to pull wool over her eyes. One day she accidentally finds a girl's photo from her husband's book, and her mind goes in overdrive. she confides in an old aunt who tells her to cook up a fake story of an affair. This stumps the professor out of his wits. To get even he invites one of his girl students to stay in his house. Meanwhile Manju's nephew arrives from out of town. Priyakant suspects him to be the lover. Here begins the game of suspicion between husband and wife. After many a hilarious misunderstandings, the girl student and the nephew fall in love. Prof. Priyakant gets over the proverbial seven years itch and vows not to stray again.
Note : Due to the dialect sytle of Siddharthbhai, they are usage of few slangs in the play. They advice that kids below the age of 14 should not watch this play as the subject is not suitable for them. Anyone from the age of 15 to 100 should and definitely watch this play. Do not look for any logic or sanskari language / lessons in this one, just watch, have fun, laugh out loud, enjoy!