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Dhature Ke Beej is a story of a young girl who dared to escape her circumstances, and became an eternal traveler. In one of her journeys, she meets a very unhappy woman for who leads a depressing life. They share their experiences with each other, which gives us a glimpse of the unfathomable depths of human degradation.
Basanti’s father-in-law, Shankar, is a crude, evil and wealthy man. He deals in Dhatura trade and mints money. He develops a false sense of invincibility and thinks nothing of abducting young girls from villages. Basanti’s spineless husband, Kailash, assists his father in his nefarious activities. Unable to change the men in her life, Shankar’s wife, Hardevi, plots to kill her husband. When a crafty Shankar sees through the scheme, Basanti gets involved. Does she manage to outwit Shankar?
A hilarious, ingenious plot. Lovable characters. A barrel of laughs.
A case of switched identity – what would switching your life with your long lost friend feel like? And therein lies the humorous tale of Dhruv, the Inventor. Dhruv switches lives with his friend Mahesh due to a quirk of fate and inadvertently lands in an “I-am-you-and-you-are-me” situation where he doesn’t even know the way to the bathroom in his own house!
Bringing up the rear is a crazy family - the harried wife, a philosophical brother who sees the world through an alcoholic haze and a house help with a poetic inclination. And of course, there’s the lovelorn girl-next-door, and wait… even a petty thief.
The play transports the audience to the magical reaches of imagination with its unique plot, witty dialogues, truly hilarious situations and unforgettable characters.
Kayapalat is pure fun!