With 116 shows, Pinki Buli is a play that has made waves in Bengali theater in recent times.
'What fascinated the viewers was the way Meghnad Bhattacharya created the story to happen on the stage. Meghnad had done magic!' - Dr. Subroto Ghosh
Pinki Buli is the story of two adolescents. Pinki is an urban adolescent studying in a convent school living in a nuclear family with her parents and her baby brother. Buli is an adolescent who comes from the outskirts of the city to babysit Pinki's brother. Buli is everything Pinki isn't - She is illiterate, under-privileged and deprived. But, much to Pinkis astonishment, Buli has a rich storehouse of imagination and folklore that she has inherited from her village. With this, she can disarm the so-called conventional academics of Pinki. Pinki becomes more and more jealous of her with each passing day and Buli, with her tremendous zeal for learning, learns and apes the modes, manner and even the very lingo of Pinki. There is confusion in the house and the complacent life of the family is shaken up. The parents, whose relationship was already a mess before the arrival of Buli, go through even more bitter phases. What becomes of Pinki and Buli? There's only one way to find out!