Makkhee Choos (1956)
(Certified: Dec 11, 1956)
There was a miser (we mean "Makkheechoos") named Manik, He had a son Narayan. Both loved each other very much. Manik used to go to temple regularly. He was so orthodox minded that he never used to take even water outside his home. He was not used to theft nor lies. How ever he had one weakness Money! . He had an undergroung room called `Bhandara in which he with his own hands used to break open the wall and hide gold, silver and cash. He was miser in the true sence of this word. For three years he would not change his shoes and for six months together the wouldnt think of washing his underwears! . And one day, having differences of opinion on money and living, Narayan, the son, escaped from his house. He decided forever that unless he wipes out the bad name of "Makkheechoos" from his fathers he would not come back. . Then he started a dramatic company for destitute and helpless young people, in which Laxmi an educated lady, wrote dramas and worked as the heroine of the show. She loved Narayan very much and Narayan too When both came to know each other throughly they took an oath that unless they wipe off the blot of "Makkheechoos" from the fair name of Manik, both would not think anything else in life. . Manik "Makkheechoos" had a brother-in-law named Matroo. Matroo was not raally four-twenty but not less than fourtwenty too.