Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke revolves around the life of a simple and sincere man, Devki Nandan Tripathi (Rahul Agarwal). His life takes a turn when he lands up in the city of dreams, Mumbai. He gets himself employed at the Mausam Vibhaag (Weather Bureau), his only means to a lucrative and thriving future. Needing a place to llive, he ends up sharing the house of the local goon, Madan Khachak (Ravi Kishan).
Unexpectedly, Devki’s parents (Om Puri, Neena Gupta) decide to get him married to his childhood friend, Mithilesh (Narayani Shastri). Soon after his marriage he returns to Mumbai alone to join work. Shortly, his parents get Mithilesh to Mumbai. Unhappy with the prospect of Devki staying with Madan, they return to their village.
The twists and turns follow as Mithilesh is picked up by the local police on charges of being a bar dancer. Paresh Rawal is the policeman. Proving that she is not a bar dancer makes for the later part of the film. There are funny moments in the first half while the film loses its track as it progresses.
Rahul Agarwal, making his debute as actor-director acts with confidence and does a fair job as the director. Narayani Shastri is okay. Ravi Kishan convincingly plays the tapori. Paresh Rawal, Om Puri and Neena Gupta are at their effortless best.
Na Ghar Ke Na Ghaat Ke with new hero and veterans like Paresh Rawal and Om Puri as silver foils, should hold its own at single screens, especially at smaller centres.