Deewar used the metaphor of a joint family to celebrate the idea of undivided . The play was a warning to a nation under the looming threat of partition.
Pathan clarified the common misconception of Pathans as either darwans (gatekeepers) or soodkhors (loan sharks), and simultaneously, underlines Hindu-Muslim harmony
Ghaddar underlined the bitter irony faced by Indian Muslims in the post-partition era, who were called Pakistanis in and traitors in
Ahooti set in refugee camps, set out to address the enormity of the human tragedy that the Partition spawned.
Kalaakar pitted the fast developing urban against idyllic rural life in a subtle plea against destructive development.
Paisa responded to the rampant commercialisation of the times.
Kisaan focused on the feudal hierarchy still prevalent in Indian villages even after independence