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Gulabo Sitabo is Bollywood Comedy, Drama FIlm. Chunnan 'Mirza' Nawab is a parsimonious elderly person who is respected by the vast majority he knows as an insatiable penny pincher. His significant other, Fatima Begum who is 15 years more established than him, is the proprietor of Fatima Mahal, an overview manor in Lucknow whose rooms are being rented out to different inhabitants, huge numbers of whom are not paying proper lease. Begum leaves Mirza with the duty of keeping an eye on the property, however Mirza can't hang tight for Begum's demise, so the manor can be passed down to him. Baankey Rastogi is a poor occupant of the chateau with his mom and three sisters. He works at a wheat factory shop, and however he is content with most things throughout his life, incorporating his associations with his family, he says he can't collect enough cash to pay his lease, that has been past due for a considerable length of time. He additionally pays a small sum for the lease, significantly less than the various occupants, and comes up with bogus reasons so as to abstain from settling up, a lot to the dismay of Mirza. Thus, Mirza annoys him to satisfy his obligations at whatever point they run into each other. This prompts Baankey getting every now and again disturbed, and in an upheaval of outrage, he kicks the mass of a can square which breakdown, infuriating Mirza, who requests Baankey pay the full expense of fix. Baankey, be that as it may, doesn't settle up, so Mirza endeavors to make the lives of him and his family hopeless, inside and out. This is the issue that is finally too much to bear for Baankey, who pledges to get vengeance on Mirza. He gets his chance when Gyanesh Shukla a prehistorian working for the administration, understands the noteworthy estimation of the property. He rapidly makes arrangements to hold onto it, expel everybody living in it, and pronounce it a legislature possessed legacy site. Gyanesh discloses his arrangements to Baankey, guaranteeing that elective convenience will be accommodated those ousted. Baankey understands that Mirza will wind up losing his grasp on the house, so bolsters Gyanesh with his thought processes. Mirza before long gets some answers concerning the circumstance, and recruits a neighborhood legal advisor, Christopher Clark. Mirza plans to get the responsibility for chateau moved to himself once Begum bites the dust, so he can remove his inhabitants and save the manor for himself. After an extensive endeavor to find anybody in Begum's family who could acquire the house rather than him, the last advance is to get a duplicate of Begum's left-hand fingerprints. Mirza effectively gains fingerprints from a resting Begum, however they are from an inappropriate hand. He falls back on fashioning the prints. Having seen the chateau's condition of dilapidation, Christopher acquaints Mirza with Munmun, an affluent designer who is eager to purchase the manor, destroy it, and manufacture a cutting edge lodging complex on the land. Christopher asserts that Mirza will get a single amount of cash for this, so the last quickly concurs. In the mean time, unbeknownst to Baankey and Mirza, Begum has gotten some answers concerning the separate plans both are making to benefit from the chateau that her family has possessed for ages. She will have none of it, and rapidly makes her own arrangements to separate Mirza and flee with another admirer of hers, offering the manor to the last for a solitary rupee to protect it. Shockingly, Gyanesh's proposal of elective lodging for Baankey and different occupants are bogus cases, and Gyanesh carries several men to proclaim the manor as a legacy site, and furthermore says that all the inhabitants should clear the house. Contentions and battles start as Baankey and the occupants are irate that they won't get elective lodging, as vowed to them. In any case, at that point Christopher shows up with Munmun and the engineers, and a bag brimming with cash for Mirza and the inhabitants. Mirza sees the inhabitants taking a portion of the cash, and sits on the bag, announcing all the cash is his, prompting further irate contentions and battles. In any case, they are out of nowhere hindered when a servant reports that Begum has gone. Mirza furtively cheers from the start, thinking Begum has died and the chateau is presently his. However, Begum is as yet alive, and she has fled to her other darling according to her own mystery plan, deserting a letter to clarify how she has devastated to the covetous plans of Mirza and Baankey, by offering the chateau to her deep rooted sweetheart, Abdul Rehman, for a rupee. Both move out, and their lives become substantially more stifled and discouraged. This is exacerbated by them being closed out when Begum comes back to the house to praise her 95th birthday celebration. Begum abandoned an antique seat for Mirza, and he comments to Baankey that he sold it locally for 250 rupees. The film at that point closes indicating the seat in an old fashioned shop, evaluated at 135,000 rupees.