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 baby-sit Pinkiís brother.
Buli is just what Pinki is not, she is illiterate, under-privileged
and deprived. But , much to Pinkiís astonishment , Buli has a rich
storehouse of imagination and folk lore which she has imbibed from her
village. With this she can disarm the so-called conventional academics of
Pinki. Pinki gets 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, there is tension and
the complacent life of the family is shaken up. The parents, whose
relationship was already in a
mess before the arrival of Buli,
go through even more biter phases. Nonetheless, Pinki vicariously travels to
a world delightfully that she had never known before in spite of envying
this girl of her age who comes from a very mean background. Finally, Buli
leaves the house and we do not know what becomes of her, but Pinki grows up
to be a author of eminence who narrates the story of her experience with
Buli in her celebrated book ďPINKI - BULIĒ.
obscure old man plays a vital role in Pinki- Buliís life who believes more
in nature than Nurture when Nurturing destroys,
we have to go back to Nature,
is his Philosophy, So, is the philosophy of the Play.