The city was served a hoot!
Chirange Kumawat’s comical play Haye Re Phooti Kismat enthralled Jaipur, and made them laugh their heart out on Sunday evening. Directed by Dilip Bhatt, the play also delivered a social message along with the laughs.
Staged at Ravindra Manch, the satire highlighted the need and importance of getting the details of your servants verified by the police.
The story starts on a funny note with the protagonist Lallu Lal dreaming of a beautiful female maid, who would not only help his wife with household chores but also help him deal with boredom.
While Lallu keeps on repeating ‘woh aayegi, woh aayegi’, his wife enters and wakes him up. He then proceeds to tell her about his dream. The fights between the two about hiring a fem
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They eventually get a young man to help with the household chores, and everything goes fine till the police comes knocking on their door one day. Lallu and his wife are informed that the servant is actually a wanted criminal, and they (the police) had been looking for him for a long time. The play ended with the officer advising them to get character verification from police before hiring a servant to avoid any untoward incident in the future.
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