Introducing himself as a writer and a de-motivational speaker, Maheep Singh informed audience that they can access his writings on all leading public toilets in Delhi. “Go through my writings but please do not add comments as that will destroy this modern art and monuments,” said Singh. Wishing women could read his writing, a 'perturbed' Singh said: “They don't let me in, what can I do?" he said, referring to Ladies toilets.
The audience couldn't stop laughing and clapping as Singh went on ridiculing toilets, his writings and later on his facial hair. “It is difficult to live as a sardar who has his face covered with hairs. Nobody can recognize their beauty and expressions on their faces,” Singh informed in a demotivational tone.
He was followed by a Bong (Bengali), Abijit Ganguly. He isn't related to DADA and neither is he a fan of KKR, but he hates people from media because of their habit of sensationalizing news. He made fun of all those who own Tata Indica cars. As per him tag line for TATA Indica should be "Cheap men are back" similar to the tag line of Maruti SX4.
He humorously told about the difference between Bengali and Punjabi. He heard once Punjabi telling a Bengali, "You eat so much fish you must know how to swim." Then he went to crack many of his jokes like how much it is difficult for an Indian man to buy condoms from a chemist shop and suggestions using Pandit to save earth and having Jugad man in India and the culture of Fairism, where always fair people get priority over everything.
After the Bong, the stage was handed over to a Amit Tandon, a Delhi based Punjabi, who is known as 'The married guy' and mainly focuses on the current situation of the Delhi's traffic and causes for the traffic jams. As per him the most basic and profound reason behind traffic jam in Delhi is "Kya hua bhai sahab."
His has discovered a weird but an interesting reason behind the traffic mess. “If a person's car breaks down, other commuters, mostly Punjabis and Jats would stop in the middle of the road and ask, what are you looking for? They may not be mechanics, still they will ask the stupid question, 'Gaadi kharab hogayi kya'?. It is just their hobby to look at others cars and stop by asking, Bhai Sahab kya hua?” Tandon ridiculed Jats and Punjabis.
Tandon also said that there are two types of drivers on Delhi roads - constipated drivers and loose motion drivers. He was also amazed how our Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who is the 'slowest man on earth', was the fastest sperm to win the race. As per Tandon, we should name our foreign policy as 'a Pity foreign policy', in which looking at the pity face of Manmohan Singh foreign countries would give whatever he (PM) wants.
Though the performances were good but a major drawback was that several things were repeated and language was very rough, not suitable for children.
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