Anand Mathur, a middle-class Mumbai businessman, has no end of troubles trying to deal with his five wild daughters. There's Meenakshi, the eldest, a vengeful feminist ever ready with her rolling pin; Radhika, an intelligent but semi hearing/visually-impaired girl who often consequently causes misunderstandings; Sweety, a man-hungry idiot who dreams of marrying Shah Rukh Khan (and for that matter any handsome man she sees); Kajal, a wannabe gangster with connections in the Mumbai underworld; and finally Chhoti, a teenager with a tongue for both food and gossip. His wife doesn't help either - overweight Bina Mathur always takes the side of her children, and takes every available opportunity to henpeck him. In the midst of this fray, there is the ghost of his deceased first wife, the mother to his first three daughters (whom only Anand can see and communicate with via her photo in their house). With all this, it's a wonder Anand can survive each and every day, for all five of his ... Written by
Q. Leo Rahman
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Look at this, they leave the door open as if the house is some temple! What if somebody comes in? Although no one dares to do that...
Referenced in Jaane Tu... Ya Jaane Na