The club kept away from old romances and historical drama, and brought on stage only socially relevant productions. Most of the plays were written by Daryani. His Mulkaja mudabara or 'Leaders of the Country' was premiered in 1923. This left an indelible impression on the audience. The other dramatist of the club, Malkani, experimented with themes and general layout of shows. His four full-length plays were staged between 1927 and 1930. In its short career of eight years, the club played a vital role in shaping the future of Sindhi theatre, specially the performance of one-act drama, and presented productions of standard excellence. It also reduced the usual playing time from five or six hours to four hours.
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