With the famous dialogue of Prem Chopra 'Prem naam hai mera, Prem Chopra' the screen on the stage brightens up. Its bit confusing why the show starts with the hindi movies songs. But none the less with the loud of applause the there is entry of Sanjay Mone the central character of the play. His name is Prem Chopra. Actually as he introduces himself we get to know that his name is prem but his surname is so odd that he takes his village name as his surname to make the name attractive.
The story of play revolves around a young and happily married couple Neeranjan (Jitendra Joshi) and Neelkanti (Shweta Shinde). Everything is fine between them but still Neelkanti is unhappy as her husband gives her less time. So poor Neelkanti spends time alone or with her best friend Madhu (Mansi Kulkarni). There comes Prem Chopra in the picture. Around in early forties he is very flirt person especially with married women. Not being married he just spend time in making girl friends who are other’s wife. He has shown as one of the good friend of Neeranjan. He enters in their life in order to get into the relation ship with Neelkanti. For this he uses many tact-tics and tricks which he also been a Sutradhar(anchor) of the show he teaches it to audience.
Altogether this is a comedy script with some adult jokes in between. The attempt of Sanjay Mone as first time director is very much appreciable. The background score and arrangement of set is good. The actors add a life to the play; Jitendra Joshi can be given some more footage. Shweta Shinde defenitly steal the show with her bold image. The chemistry shown between Jitendra and Shewta as husband and wife is palpable.