The king in Kumarpur has two wives, Dilbahar (Sushila) and Navbahar (Zilloo). Both the wives are constantly at loggerheads with each other, vying for their husband's affection. This conflict is worsened when a fakir predicts that the King's heir will be borne by Navbahar. Hearing this, an outraged D..Read story
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