Author: Ajay Devgan
Paresh Rawal/Konkona Sen Sharma
Contributor(s)/Artiste(s): Ashwni Dhir/Amita Pathak/Dharamendra Sharma/at al.
Publisher: Big Home
ISBN/UPC (if available): 101400047
Puneet a script writer and Munmun an interior designer are a young married couple with a 6 year old son Ayush leading a normal middle class life in the city of Mumbai.
Until one day Lambodhar chacha claiming to be Puneet's distant relative comes over as a guest disrupting their otherwise peaceful routine. In the beginning he seems to be pleasant change.
But not long before they start perceiving him as an unwanted bacteria spreading around their home. Changes which were earlier named small adjustments start seeming like gigantic problems. And with no sign of uncle leaving stirs the happiness of Munmun and Puneet.
They start finding ways of getting rid of chacha. They try everything from faking uncle's wife's death to approaching a don but fate has something else planned and they fail each time.
But then the chacha who was the source of all trouble now somehow miraculously becomes a channel of problem solving in Puneet and Munmun's life. And as life seems to be getting back on track for Munmun and Puneet one day chacha suddenly disappear.
Munmun and Puneet is a reflection of all of us who cannot bear the presence of guest in our house for more than a few days and are not willing to change the way we live for them.
Even though we might believe in the ancient Indian proverb - 'Athithi Devo Bhava' - A guest is an incarnation of God but eventually we start seeing them as a virus afflicting our bedroom, living room, sofas, refrigerator, TV set, the remote, towel, soap, deodorants, toothpaste and inadvertently the toothbrush too and no matter what we are forced to say 'Athithi Tum Kab Jaoge ...'
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