The Bhands are quick-witted and have well adjustable skills developed in them, since their profession is passed on from generation to generation. They are born experts in entertaining others with jokes suited best to that occasion. At the time of performance, Bhands present their roles, which are complex, difficult and more absurd in nature. On many occasions, Bhands entertain people on their weddings, births and other festive occasion. But it is also true that sometimes there is a streak of obscenity and vulgarity in their presentation.
Naqaal artists are hereditary gaining this profession. Though they originally belonged to the tribe of Bhands, they later became a part of the Mirasi tribe. From the Mirasis, they learnt to sing and dance & other necessary skills. The subject matter of these plays is also changing and they include popular 'Kisse' and 'Waran' (epic, romantic and heroic poems). They also began to entertain royal people. Even the merchants and rich landlords loved it and preferred it for entertainment. However, nowadays, most of the patronage has disappeared and the Naqaal artists have become agricultural labourers & only perform this art form only occasionally.