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Hindi play 'Tere Ghar Ke Samne' tickles residents' funny bones

punjab Updated: Oct 21, 2012 23:16 IST
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A Hindi comedy play 'Tere Ghar Ke Samne' was staged at Guru Nanak Dev Bhawan on Saturday evening.

Starring veteran actor Rajesh Puri and the talented trio Vinod Gaikar, Sagar Karande and Yogesh Pagar, the play had Bollywood dancer-actor Kashmira Shah as well.

The story revolves around three unemployed boys sharing an apartment - Ajay (Yogesh Pagare), Kutty (Vinod Gaikar) and Popat (Sagar Karande). All three stay together as paying guests at PK Talli's house (played by Rajesh Puri).

Kashmira Shah, their next-door neighbour, plays herself -a film star and with the same name. She plans her own kidnapping to gain publicity.

The three boys also plan to abduct her in order to extort money. What follows is a plan that goes wrong and leads to a series of funny incidents. We see confusion galore as Kashmira, instead of getting kidnapped by the crime boss Yedanna lands up as a catch of the three boys.

Some of the best moments in the play occur, when PG owner Talli drops in unannounced and creates trouble and tension for the dwellers, as Popat's existence in the house is not in his knowledge.

The plot has been repeated in numerous films, but it's the acting prowess of the three inmates along with Puri that moves the play ahead with poise.

Vinod as the South Indian Kutty is great and so is Sagar who plays as a village boy brilliantly.