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The play captures the essence of people living in Mumbai through seven characters who have been strung together in a series of monologues.

The story of a rich, autocratic businessman who doesn't let go of his family even after his death. He tries to control them through his will, however he is in for a surprise

Paramjit aka Pammi aka Doggie aka Parmeetay has bigger problems than his pet names. With competing expectations from his family, boss and girlfriend and an affinity for a weed and whiskey fuelled night Pammi is left with very little time.

A mock trial during the rehearsal of a play quickly turns into a gripping drama about desire, gender issues, power and control, this is an adaptation of playwright Vijay Tendulkar's Shantata! Court Chalu Aahe (1963).

The story of two Bharat Natyam dancers contrasted with that of their daughter, revelation of their dark family secrets and conflicts between generations.

The story of a lawyer couple who end up arguing on opposite sides of a criminal trial, blurring their personal and professional lives.

The story of a middle-aged woman caught in her destiny and circumstances, who tries to find fulfilment in relationships outside her marriage.

A young candidate turns up for a job interview only to realize that this wasn't the typical question and answer round he had imagined.

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Hasmukh Saab Ki Wasihat
Hasmukh Saab Ki Wasihat
Where There's a Will tells the story of a rich, autocratic businessman who tries to control his family even after his death, through a will that he has made
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Some Times
Some Times
The story revolves around the protagonist, Paramjit Duggal and the focus is on the 3 days of his life. It tries to portray the pressures that a young professional deals with in his home, office and relationships and the profound understanding he receives after his death.
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Khamosh! Adalat Jaari Hai
Khamosh! Adalat Jaari Hai
A mock trial during the rehearsal of a play quickly turns into a gripping drama about desires, gender issues, power and control. Khamosh! Adalat Jaari Hai is an adaptation of playwright Vijay Tendulkar's Shantata! Court Chalu Aahe, a marathi play written in 1963.
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