Are you delivering tea
door to door? – Yes. Will you come in the afternoon?
– Let’s see. No, you must come! Taxi.
– I can’t go now. Listen.. The meter is up. It’s down somewhere else. If I get out in the afternoon,
my sister-in-law scolds me. Meaning? Just because you
work you’re not her slave! I’m slave only to one person. Not slave, but mistress! Listen, come before noon.
– Why? We’ll go to see the new movie. No! We can’t keep Champa here
for long. – Why, sister-in-law? Why! The future in-laws said that
they couldn’t rely on him. Wait a minute. Do you not trust me? Of course I do. It is better for
the hunter not to stalk the prey. In that case we should ask Mrs.
Ghosh if Mr. Ghosh is.. ..the prey or not. I don’t need to know that. But
I know very well what you are. Brother, what is sister-in-law
saying? She doesn’t know my name is Nitish.
What does it mean? You tell me.
– See, she doesn’t know. Nitish means Niti and Ish,
which is ethics and god. When Champa returns one
day with her stomach.. ..sticking out, you’ll know. Champa with a big stomach? A villain dies abroad and
a local woman is widowed! A villain dies abroad and
a local woman is widowed! Indeed! Just because I’m good,
you take advantage. I’ll see who wins! One person works, pays money
and washes his hands off! And the other is only
looking for work! Very good, very good!
I know everything! Sit at home and waste
tea and cigarettes! All day just ha-ha and laughter! Such laughter! Darn it!
This too is useless! You rotten rascal! Aren’t
you ashamed of laughing? You’re laughing at
your sister-in-law? I’m not laughing at sister-in-law,
I’m laughing at your words. I’m laughing at what my
wife says, so what! How dare you laugh too!
You disrespect elders! Here is her highness, at last! Took time for the fish. What fish did you get? Shilum.
– Again? Younger brother likes it. Don’t go on about younger
brother. I don’t like it! Get the vegetables out. Why are you laughing so much? The ladyfingers! The ladyfingers?
– Yes. You know Haru? Oh dear,
you don’t know Haru. Who is Haru? He works at the Nadu’s tea stall. Do you know what he was saying? He was saying that the English
call it lady’s fingers. A woman’s fingers! I’ll give you a tight slap and
give you lady’s fingers.. ..on your cheek! Lady’s
fingers, indeed! Go have your tea and snacks
and cut the fish. It is cut already. Khocha, Khocha! Where are you? Here is a letter for your job.
Today is the final interview. All thanks to you. Don’t get nervous when
you see the big boss. Why would he be nervous? Brother-in-law, will you be
nervous? Oh no, he’ll be fine. Please give me your blessings,
so that I can do it. – Let go. Say it like an actor,
in a quivering voice! Oh great mother! I go forth for
victory, for the state, for.. ..our esteem! Let me not get
delayed in my speedy victory! Oh dear! What’s this in
younger brother’s hair? A feather? I thought
it was a butterfly! Really? Why couldn’t
you just say it? Did you’ve to touch him? And don’t go seeing butterflies
all over the place. I don’t like it.
– Why are you hitting her? Champa, go and make arrangements
for younger.. ..brother’s bath. Go. Sister-in-law. Sister-in-law. Get me a cigarette from
brother’s pack. Please sister-in-law. What if you don’t smoke? You won’t understand that. My father and brothers don’t smoke. They’re all gods. Please get
me one, sister-in-law. I beg at your feet.
– Let go. Only see one’s own needs,
others can go to hell! What do I do? It’s an addiction. Why do you take to something
that’s addictive? Why can’t you say this to brother? As if I can’t. I’ve thrown
cigarettes out of his mouth.. ..so many times. I’m sorry. You don’t have
to get me a cigarette. Okay! No need to sulk! Promise to take me to
the theatre for a play? I promise I’ll take you,
I swear upon God. Give me the list of plays
you want to see. You wrote the list last time. Will you remember this time?
– Positively. Wait, I’ll get one.
– Okay. Come, my queen! What will people say if they hear? They will say.
– What? That motor is driven by Pachu
and Pachu is driven by a siren! You don’t even feel ashamed. You know, it looks so nice
when people are in love.. ..and look bashful. Naughty! What movie are we going for? Taxi Driver.
It’s a very good movie. Will we return by 3 o’clock? Sure, come on. Don’t say sure. I’ve to return by 3! I don’t like this. Limits on love.
– What? You know the honey from the
beehive will dry and only.. ..beeswax will remain. Come on. Good morning!
– Good morning! Take your seat.
– Thank you! Darn! I’ve never heard a call
bell as ugly as this one! Sorry sister-in-law,
I disturbed your siesta. No, I wasn’t sleeping.
I thought that humbug has.. ..come to disturb us
in the afternoon. What’s the news? What news indeed! I’m so unlucky,
what do you think? Brother-in-law, what happened? I got the job. Got the job? Why the long face? You aren’t unwell, I hope. I’m fine. But as soon as I
got the job, I’m doomed. Did you get a bad job?
– No. Then? My place of work is 70
miles away from here. 70 miles? Do you’ve to go everyday? No, the condition is that
I’ve to stay there. Why? They gave you a job,
they haven’t bought you.. ..whole and soul! Something like that. You don’t need to cut a ridiculous
job like that! You’re right, sister-in-law. How
can I live away from both of you? True. But, I won’t get a
fine job like this. As soon as they give you a fat
salary, does it become a good job? Did you see how you look? To go so far and live alone. No! Here she comes after her
afternoon fun time! My word, dressed up to the nines! Shut the door! Champa, may I’ve a cup of tea? I’ll get it right away. What’s
the matter, sister-in-law? What’s it to you? Go do what
you’ve been asked to do. I got a job. Really? Is that so, younger brother? I’m so happy, sister-in-law! Watch out, you may fall down
from sheer happiness! Giggling away all the time,
I don’t like all this! I deserve a sari for younger
brother’s job. Yes you do, but I won’t live
in Kolkata. I’ve to leave. Will you leave from here?
– Yes. Here you are! So the news came
from the horse’s mouth.. ..himself! Heard the good news! I too took the day off from work
and came with food et al. Now I’m in festive mood! Champa,
get my slippers. The shoes surely pinch.
Oh dear. Hey, go! Why are all of you standing
here like owls? If not like an owl
what do you expect? That he look like Goddess Laxmi?
– Why? Champa, take these. Make tea. Here I thought we’d celebrate
with eats and all. Decent folk don’t take
on jobs like this! What are you saying? Khocha, what happened? The place of work is
70 miles from here. So what? So many people travel
a 1 00 miles daily to.. ..reach their place of work. From a 1 00 miles? Oh yes! That Mr. Nando
from our office. He comes in to the office daily
at 1 0 a.m. from Nabadwip. What are you saying?
– What a relief! Each night he returns home at
midnight going through dirt.. ..and grime. Then he has a good meal,
has a thorough.. ..bath and falls asleep. Why? He saves time you see. He
has to get up very early. So he has his bath almost
while going to sleep. But at this place I’ve
to be at work at 6 a.m. I can’t travel to and
fro here daily. Oh. That means you’ve to stay there. I didn’t think of this earlier. Brother-in-law won’t
stay with us anymore. Why are you crying?
What is there to cry? How will you understand? Send
me to my parents’ house. You two brothers can work
to your hearts’ content! Now how do I convince her? He’ll visit us once a week. Sister-in-law, how can
I not come? Champa, why are you crying? Younger brother will go away. Why is she crying? Ask
her to stop crying! Khocha is the root cause
of all evil here! You got a job! You should’ve
come home dancing! You come with a long face!
– I mean.. What the heck! Mother, your sister-in-law
and this Champa have made.. ..you totally useless!
– What about you? Stop, stop. Look Khocha
has a life of his own. He needs to stand on his own feet. Do you want to keep him tied to
your apron strings all his life? And Champa will wait on him
hand and foot! Painful! Am I only his sister-in-law?
I’m like his mother. I’ve brought him up since
he was a little boy. A new place, no friends, how
can I send him alone there? Why do you worry so much? His boss, Chaudhary, is
a good friend of mine. The doctor there, Dr. Gupta,
is my classmate. I’ll talk to them. Everything
will be fine. Who will look after
him if I’m not there? I can go with younger brother. You’ll go? Yes, she can go. She can go?
– Yes. This imbecile and go with
brother-in-law?! – Yes. Who will look after
him if I don’t go? Who will look after him indeed!
Get out, get out! Sister-in-law, she didn’t say
anything wrong, you know. Keep quiet! You’re a carefree
boy, you don’t care about.. ..food or rules. And this no-good
girl will go with you? Look how far she has gone
with all your indulgence! I indulged or you did? You’re
the one who indulged her.. ..from childhood and brought
her up like a daughter. Very good, I’ll do more. Then why do you object to her going? Okay, let her go.
Let her go forever! Look at that now. You, you’re
the root of all problems! If you weren’t my brother,
I’d have called you an ass. Brother, you call your
brother an ass? Yes I did. I’ll do it
again if necessary. And you’re that type of animal only. Or why would you make your lovely
sister-in-law cry after.. ..getting a fine job like that?
Hey, I’m just acting! Listen, sister-in-law is
a mother to all of you. You’ve to listen to
whatever she says. From now on, everything in this
house will be as per her.. ..wishes. Got that? Will all this food just lie here?
Go, please call your sister-in-law. If she doesn’t come, tickle
the soles of her feet. Go. Sister-in-law, come the
tea is getting cold. I’m leaving tomorrow, let’s
have tea together today. Brother has brought so many snacks. It’s a joyous day for you brothers.
You eat, I don’t want any. Is our joyous day a sad day for you? If you don’t eat we won’t too. My head is paining, don’t trouble
me, I don’t want to eat! Don’t get upset, sister-in-law,
please, I beg at your feet. No, no! Don’t tickle my feet.
No, I’ll die, don’t! Don’t, I’ll die.
– No, I won’t let go. I’m dead, help, help me! Let go, let go. Hey Khocha. Why are
you holding her feet? See him, look what he is doing! I’ll come, let go my feet. First ask her to have tea with us. Fine, I’ll look into it. Go now. Go, scram. What a naughty boy! What are you looking at? You look great now! Oh dear! I warn you,
don’t act funny! I tell you, I can’t control myself. No way! ”Next time I’ll be a
strand of thread.” ”Next time I’ll be a
strand of thread.” ”I’ll take birth in
a weaver’s house.” ”I’ll be a bordered sari
and stick to your waist!” ”You may say what you want.” ”Next time I’ll be earth.” ”I’ll take birth at
a potter’s house.” ”I’ll be a pitcher and rest
jauntily on your waist!” ”You may say what you want.” ”Next time I’ll be a
strand of thread.” ”I’ll be a silver ring.” ”I’ll be a silver ring or
my life won’t be worth it.” ”I’ll be a silver ring or
my life won’t be worth it.” ”Wife, you’ll know what pain
there is in that ring.” ”You may say what you want.” ”Next time I’ll be a
strand of thread.” ”Don’t be upset, dear heart.” ”Don’t be upset, dear heart.” ”Do you want me to die, sweetheart?” ”Don’t be upset, dear heart.” ”Do you want me to die, sweetheart?” ”I’ll become kohl and stay
deep in your eyes.” ”You may say what you want.” ”Next time I’ll be a
strand of thread.” ”I’ll take birth in
a weaver’s house.” ”I’ll be a bordered sari
and stick to your waist!” ”You may say what you want.” ”Next time I’ll be a
strand of thread.” Here. Do you want work today?
– Yes sir! Go to number 4. Shyamprasad.
– Yes sir. Show me your pass. Excuse me.
– Ramlal! – Yes sir. Excuse me.
– No, your number isn’t here. 570. Can you tell me where the
labour officer’s room is? I won’t go! Move away. Go to number 3. Ramprasad!
– Yes sir. I work in the labour office.
Won’t I be able to tell you.. Go to number 3. ..where the labour
officer’s room is? Go to cabin number 3.
– Yes sir. What work do you’ve with the
labour officer? May I know? No. I’ll tell the labour
officer that. Go straight, the room to your
right. It says ‘Labour officer’! Go there!
– Thank you! What?
– Thanks to you. Come in! Greetings! Mr. Roy, I want
to meet the manager.. ..Mr. Chaudhary. Why?
– It’s about a job. – No hope. Pardon?
– No vacancies. It’s not what you think. That certificate won’t help. So many candidates who’ve done
their B.A. and M.A. are.. ..keen on working in this
labour department. What can I do? This is an appointment letter. Sit, please sit. So you’re Mr.
Roy, what a surprise! Shitesh Roy, right?
– Yes sir. You’re quite young. A job like
this at your age. Brilliant! Shitesh Roy, right? Which Roy, Brahmin,
Kayastha or Buddhist? Brahmin. Wonderful. What sort of Brahmin? Radi, Barandana or Vedic? Radi.
– Amazing! Only a Radi boy can
be so impressive! What clan? Kashyap clan. Kashyap? But of course, of course! I’m D.A. Ghoshal. I mean
Dakhin Anando Ghoshal. Means NAD Ghoshal! I like you, see I got familiar
again. I like you a lot. Give me the manager. Yes. Call Mr. Chitta, please. Yes, good morning, sir.
Ghoshal speaking. Mr. S.K. Roy of Kolkata is here. He is the new overseer. He is here.
Yes, I’ll send him right away. He is waiting for you. He is the new overseer, take
him straight to the manager. Go, hurry up, go. If there is anything you need,
just let Ghoshal know. What are you waiting for? No,
I’m telling him, not you. Bye. Those are the quarters.
This is the factory. And these are part timers, get it? That one over there, is the
Batching department. Come. No way can I speak any untruth. Sir, are you a Brahmin?
– Yes. Brahmin! Wonderful!
Just what I thought. Which clan?
– Radi. Wow. Sir, don’t worry,
don’t worry at all. I’ll take all your responsibilities. I’ll take all your responsibilities. There is the manager’s
office. Go in. Gokul, take him in. Take him. Good! May I come in?
– Yes. Ah welcome, welcome. You’re
Nitesh’s brother. Sit. Thank you, sir. He knows me very well. Nitesh
used to address me.. ..as brother. Really? He said he’d call you. Naturally. Oh no, there is no
need to see this. You’ve finished all your interviews. The only problem is
your accommodation. Send Talukdar of Batching. Lokhikanto, please come to my room. Everything will be fine, if
you get a local guy. – I see. Or it can be very difficult. May I come in, sir?
– Yes. This is our head clerk, Mr.
Lokhikanto Chakravarty. He is the new overseer of Batching. Good morning, sir!
– Greetings! Take Mr. Roy’s appointment letter. Is there any area here,
I mean a decent area? Yes. Jagatpada, Chaturjopada. Look for a good accommodation there. Mr. Roy will live there.
The rent shouldn’t be high. I’ll look for it today, sir. Have lunch with me today.
You can rest a bit too. If you need Mr. Roy’s signature,
take it after lunch. Yes sir. Oh, please take this file. He is Mr. Roy I think,
our new colleague. How did you know?
– I heard it from Ghoshal. I’m glad to meet you.
– Thank you! I’m Talukdar. We’re together. Mr. Sen, the assistant
manager of our mill. The problem is where Mr. Roy
will stay. He is a bachelor. Contact Dr. Gupta. Can’t he
stay in the room upstairs? Sir, I think, it won’t be
convenient at Dr. Gupta’s. Why, what is the problem? Is it true then? Sir, everyone has seen it.
You know what it is. Will he get married? That is not sure. She
comes late every night. Who? Who is this lady? That boy who died at Mednipore.
His widow. Forget it, we don’t want all that. No point in living in a vicious
atmosphere like that. Don’t worry, something will come up. Talukdar, take him to
the department. – Okay. Get him here before lunch.
– Yes sir! Come sir.
– Bye. ”If your head spins,
or your heart sinks.” ”Come to me, why fear,
why get scared?” Harder, Chandan! Make it soft! ”This massage has many qualities.” Hey, why did you stop? Continue.
Do it properly. Sure. Here. Not so hard, it hurts! So what? I’ll kill you today! Sir you?
– Your angel of death! What’s all this? Sir, I swear, it’s dengue! Since
a few days, my body.. Shut up! Next time I’ll skin you! Dengue, indeed! Why don’t
you take leave and go home? Ask your wife to give you a massage. I’ve no leave, sir. It’s all over. I know all your tricks! Kallu, are you here to work
or give him a massage? Forgive me, sir. You do this everyday. Cheat! I’ll serve you a charge sheet!
– No, you’re like a parent! If you’re my child,
I’d hang myself! Go to your department! Go! What happened? What’s the matter? What do you mean, what’s the matter? Where are all of you? Why? I was working at the
machine in the south . I saw that.
– Why? What happened? What can happen? Do you know
what this rascal did? What have you done?
– What else? What he does everyday! He asked Kallu to give a massage. Do you want to eat my key?
All this when there is a.. ..senior supervisor like you around. Shame on you, Salil. This is your
place of work, not your.. ..massage parlour. At your age, we worked ever so hard. I remember once a proper
English gentleman.. ..was so impressed with
my sincere work. Not only did he embrace me.. He also kissed you.
– No! – No kiss? No. He invited me to dinner
at his quarters. Our time was the British Rule. I beg of you, please don’t start
on that, please don’t. He is new, he might get scared! He doesn’t know you fully well!
What if he gets nervous? Who is he? – Let me introduce you. He is your new overseer,
Mr. S.K. Roy. He is the famous orator,
Mr. Sudhimoy Bannerji. Shift senior supervisor. And
he is the junior supervisor. Mr. Salil Maitro. Good morning, sir! It is our great
fortune that you’ve come. Great fortune indeed! Else
how will you torment him! Why would I do that? How did such a handsome child
of God land up here? God’s child? Did you see his forehead,
Mr. Talukdar? – Yes. Look at its effective reach!
– Yes. And those eyes? Gleaming aren’t they?
– No. How deep looking. Intense indeed. Did you see those ears?
– Ears? These are all signs of good fortune. If I had the time I would
check your palm right now. Let it be! Don’t touch
him with greasy hands. Are you a Brahmin?
– Yes. No need to be formal. You’re
an overseer. My superior. When I was with Netaji. You mean Netaji Subhashchandra
Bose? – Yes. He means Netaji Subhashchandra Bose.
– When he was under house arrest,.. ..he used to call me and say, Shuku. He was very fond of him. Okay, I’ll show him
around and return. Sir. I’ll tell you
about Netaji later. That’s better. Tell him in leisure. But let me tell you, in 1922,
Jawaharlal said to me.. Jawaharlal Ganguly.
– No! Jawaharlal Nehru. Oh, you mean Nehru?
– Yes. He means respectable Mr. Nehru.
– Yes. He wanted to send me to meet Lenin! He didn’t go because
Russia is so cold. He had immense faith in me.
Do keep the same faith in me. He’ll do that! What
choice does he have? Where will he get such
a big object of trust? Brother! Don’t exaggerate. Come in. That Mr. Salil is an absolute
work-shirker! And that Bannerji, sit, is
an extreme tale spinner. I mean the father of
all tale spinners! He got totally carried away. Imagine, Netaji used
to call him Shuku?! And Jawaharlal Nehru wanted
to send him to meet Lenin. Just think about it, is it possible? The so and so, got into this
factory even before he was.. ..shaving, how could he do all this? You’re laughing. Not at you. I was laughing at
the way that Salil Maitro was.. ..touching his feet! He is the one to watch out for!
You’ll know him in detail later. He comes in very quietly but
leaves behind a lot of pain! But one thing, mister. None
of them is harmful! At heart, they’re all
very nice people. Come in, Shitesh. Hey Jhontu, Dhuntu, no school today? It’s off for the day. Dhuntu, what are you doing here? We’re playing, daddy. Play quietly. Don’t make a noise. Shitesh sit here, I’ll
be back in a moment. Sit down. Stand up.
– Why? There is a scorpion under your seat. A joke, simply a joke!
Simply a joke! What are your names? Jhontu Chaudhary. Dhuntu Chaudhary.
What is your name? Shitesh Roy. Shutesh? Is Shutesh a name? Do you’ve threads over your body?
– May be. Let’s see.
– Let me see too. You’ve a nice nose! Look at his hair! It’s just
like Rajesh Khanna’s! Such brats! What did you say? I was thinking of the scorpion. We know why father has brought
you here. – Why? You’re here to meet sister. To meet sister? Yes. People do meet their
prospective spouses before.. ..marriage, you’ve come
to meet her for that. What! No! No! As if we don’t know! Silly. Hey Dhuntu, what’s going on? Out! Meet my wife and my daughters
Leena and Meena. Shitesh you all know. Sit down, Shitesh. I’m so happy to see you.
What will you have? I’ll have a quick shower.
I need to do it. Sit, I’ll join you soon. I heard everything from him. The environment here is lousy. Or we could’ve kept Shitesh
in our cottage. That would be great! But this
place is too narrow minded! True! What if we don’t give
a damn to what people say? Then? We could do that, but we won’t
be able to mix around. If Shitesh was our relative, then? Then there would be no problem! He can become our relative.
What say, Mr. Shitesh. What? Relative? Nimu, don’t address Shitesh
formally. It hurts the ear. Instead call him elder brother.
That’s better, isn’t it, Shitesh? Okay, it’s fine. You girls talk to Shitesh. Shitesh,
don’t feel awkward.. ..one bit, consider it
your own home, okay? I’ll see you, okay? Well then, you’re
my brother Shitesh. What should I call you? You decide it with him. That’s
better, isn’t it? – Yes. May I smoke? Of course! Are you very formal? No, but still.. You didn’t offer us?
– Here. Why are you listening to her?
She is very brash! So, I’m brash! I’ll leave.
I won’t disturb you. You may take off your
jacket and tie. I love to tie the tie. A cow.
– What? A cow? Gardener! Shoo the cow away. Thank goodness! The cow couldn’t
eat anything from the tree! Please sit. What’s this? You’re
so formal with me. Please, use the familiar
form of address. Please.
– I’ll do it later. No, you’ve to do it now. Please. I can’t do it now.
– No! Hello. Yes. Who’s speaking?
Nitish Roy? From Calcutta? Brother! My brother! You want to talk to Mr. Chaudhary? Okay, hold on please. Please inform Mr. Chaudhary,
I’ll speak to him. Hello, hello! Mr. Chaudhary! Good morning!
I’m Nitish speaking. Brother, this is Khocha
here. Khocha! What Khocha?!
– Yes brother. Why do you sound funny?
Do you’ve a cold? I’ll go home and tell you. Why tell me at home? Is there
any problem with your work? No, that’s alright.
It’s something else. I mean, I mean.. What ‘I mean’ is this? Why are you at Mr. Chaudhary’s
quarters? He brought me here for lunch. Why are you nervous about that,
you idiot! It’s good! No, it’s deadly! Is it your brother? Yes, it’s my brother. Brother,
he is here, speak to him. Hello. It’s okay, no need
to introduce yourself. I expected your call. Mr. Chaudhary, if you could
get Khocha, I mean Shitesh.. ..an accommodation there.. Oh yes, we’ve already thought
about your brother’s comfort. My wife said, as long as he
doesn’t have a house or.. ..servant, he should have
his lunch with us. That’s great! I don’t know what
words to thank you with. Don’t say that. It’s my duty. Thank you, Mr. Chaudhary!
My brother is a little shy. Please understand him. He
is very young you see. Yes, we’re all fine. Yes, he is my only brother. Do you’ve a sister? She’s married already? That’s good. Your parents are both
alive? Wonderful! Don’t worry about your brother
at all. He’ll eat here, relax.. ..rest and then go. Great! I’m so relieved. I’m not saying it because he is
my brother, but you’ll see he.. ..is a jewel! Yes, we’ll visit him sometime.
Okay brother, I’ll hang up now. Okay, bye! Hello, did you call at
brother-in-law’s place? Yes madam. Your brother-in-law
lives in style! He is taking lunch
at the Chaudharys. Really? Hope he has no problems. No, not at all. Scorpions! Asses! Hi Shitesh, would you like to dance? Your father has bought Shitesh! Go make your parents dance! What did you say? Dance, do on, enjoy! Go on. Is everyone like that over there?
– Yes. Is everyone a Radi Brahmin?
– Yes. And Chaudhary’s entire family
is coming on to me! How old is she?
– I don’t know. Much older than me.
– Now what? What else? They’ll marry him
off with the older woman! No, no! – No point saying no.
Chaudhary is his boss. If he doesn’t marry his daughter.. ..he won’t get promoted. I can’t do a think about it! Do something, brother. Let me think. Khocha, you seem to have landed
in the tiger’s den! What’s the solution? Something sound. Think! Where are you going?
– I’ll be back. Here, take it, don’t
feel shy, go on. At present just smoke away
Chaudhary’s daughter, then.. ..we’ll see! What! You gave him a cigarette! My, my! As if he wouldn’t
smoke if I didn’t give him. That’s beside the point. You’re
the elder brother and.. ..you offer him a cigarette! He is working now, an adult. Moreover, we’ll be discussing
something and he’ll keep.. ..going out every now
and then for a puff. Better, I give him permission
at the very outset. But you’re an elder brother!
Aren’t you ashamed? Ashamed? How about when you
sit in front of him and.. ..g.a.o. I mean gossip about others! Don’t you feel ashamed then? All shame is only reserved
for smoking! Here, Khocha, light up! I’m feeling shy. Feeling shy! Silly! Here, take! I have never seen an elder
brother like this ever! Can you deny that you give
Khocha cigarettes on the.. ..sly from my packet. So what! I’m his sister-in-law,
it’s my privilege and right! I’ll give him, a 1 00 times over. Sure, a 1 000 times over. You
may give him cigarettes! I’m his sister-in-law, all
indulgence goes through me. Not from you.
– How come? How? When brother-in-law chooses
a girl for marriage.. ..will he tell you or tell me? Obviously he’ll tell you. Well then, how can a younger
brother take a cigarette from.. ..his elder brother and.. Look at that! What happened? What happened?
– Water! Get water, she is in trouble! You aren’t used to it, why even try? The top of my head please!
– Here? What happened? My head is spinning.
– Obviously. Why did you smoke on the
cigarette so deeply? Shocking! How is it spinning? Clockwise
or counter clockwise? Stop joking, I don’t like it! Here, drink water. Here, gobble it! Don’t let
this nice thing go waste! I don’t like it!
– Quiet! She’s right you know. Why waste
an expensive thing like this? Khocha, come let’s book a table
at a restaurant tonight. Brother, Chaudhary will again
drag me for lunch to his place. What do I tell him? What will you say? You tell him. I’ve an upset tummy. What! Acidity or diarrhoea?
– Both. What both! Oh no! How can
you work in this condition? You’ve to eat something. I can’t eat anything in this state. No, you must eat! By the by, my head clerk has
found a place for you. Stay there. Put me on to my quarters. Minu, give it to your mother.
Oh you’re close by. Listen, Shitesh has a stomach upset. Oh! Shall I make some stew for him? Send him here, no need
for him to work today. Let him rest here. What, you’re sending him to
Dr. Gupta? That’s good. Tell him to come directly here
after visiting Dr. Gupta. Okay? Show me your tongue. Become a Goddess Kali. Nothing to worry. Just
a slight fever. I’ll give some medicine. Oh, what about your elder
daughter’s marriage, Binoy? I haven’t fixed it yet,
I’m looking, doctor. Okay. How many children do you have? Not bad, I’ve 7 altogether.
4 girls and 3 boys. And I think one is on the way. ‘No more sons now, after
2 or 3 say never more!’ Go in for a vasectomy now. Operation for a man?
You’ll castrate me? Not at all. It gives you the joys
of youth without the penalty.. ..of an expanding family. Here is the prescription,
take the medicines. Give it 3 times a day.
– Okay. Come. Greetings, doctor! The manager has sent him. Okay, you may go. Hey, aren’t you Nitish, I mean
Kanchu’s younger brother? – Yes. Why are you standing, sit down! Well then, you’re my
younger brother too. Kanchu and me studied in
St. Pontius together. Does your brother still sing? Sometimes. He was an amazing singer! Your brother called me yesterday.
Everything will be fine. Mr. Chaudhary is busy,
he sent me here. I would’ve come myself.
– What is the matter? I’m a bit worried. You mean he is too affectionate. Are you married?
– No sir. Well then, his affection
will know no bounds! Please rescue me from
this wave of affection. See, I can cure everything
except cancer. But I think even the god of
medicine won’t have a cure.. ..for a father’s excessive
love for his daughter. Still, do something. I’m not so young. But he didn’t let me go
too since I’m a bachelor! That is why I got hitched to a
widow and somehow got rid of him! You can’t do that! Anyway, I’ll speak to Kanchu
and find out some solution. I’ll call him today. You go
straight back to Kolkata. Okay, I’ll meet Talukdar and go. Please inform Mr. Chaudhary. Okay, I’ll call him right away. Bye!
– Bye! Greetings! Hello, Dr. Gupta! Yes.
Did you see Shitesh? You’ve given him leave. Okay. What! What’s this? Why did you
send him to Kolkata? Darn it! You could’ve
sent him to our house! My wife has prepared soup, stew
everything! What a shame! Has he left already? Oh.
He’ll meet Talukdar? Okay, okay, I’ll see. What an irresponsible doctor! Mr. Roy, Mr. Roy.. Come in, Mr. Roy. Mr. Roy, I’ve seen a place for you.
– But here.. Here, I’ve seen an amazing
place for him! Right next to my house! Mine too is next to my house! My
wife and daughter like it a lot. I heard you’re ill. So
I had to come running. I’ve sent you a tender coconut. My wife has made barley. No need for barley! Thank you! Come to my house.
– Your house? My house. I’ve already paid an advance
and hired a place for sir. Hired it? Next to your house? Yes. Well ventilated. A
wonderful open balcony. That is in a small lane. With
buildings breathing down on you. He’ll go to my house. Your house? That’s where
cleaners live. Where pigs play about everywhere! Do you know Sir Suryavansh had
come to my house?! Come. Sir, if you come to my house.
My talented daughter will.. ..be at your service. Me first! How many daughters do you have?
– 4. I’ve half a dozen, 6! All
waiting for him. Come. I’ve 8! They are 8 times
as eager! Come sir. Your daughter is no good!
Look at him! Your daughter is short like you!
– What? Yes, your daughter is no big deal.
– How dare you! She is short!
– No, yours is worse! I’ll take him!
– No he is mine! He’ll go with me!
– No, I’ll take him! No, he is mine!
– No, he goes with me! What’s going on here? Where
is everybody? Oh here! Oh dear! Please get up. What
are you? Humans or what! What did you think you were doing? You behave so badly with him!
Don’t you’ve any sense! Even little boys are more sensible
than you are! – Yes. What do you mean ‘yes’? At
your age you should’ve.. ..better sense. You’re
a labour officer. You’ve created so much trouble here! What do you think of yourself?
Go do your work! Go! I’ll take him with me. No, he’ll go with me. No, he’ll go with me to his
own house in Kolkata. Get it? Go!
– Go! Go!
– Yes go! They left. Now you leave.
– Okay. What do I do with this? What will I do with this? Darn! Out! Look, sorry, sorry! Please don’t mind. You
can’t blame them. They all have daughters. The
minute they see a bachelor.. ..they become vultures! What do I do now?
– You don’t need to do a thing. You go straight home, I’ll arrange
for everything here. You know what. If you see their
behaviour it does seem.. ..extreme, everyone laughs.
See, they’re laughing. But I think, one should feel
bad for these people. Yes, do you know why? You feel bad for them? They all are middle class
fathers’ tragedies. They all carry the weight
of unwed daughters at home. Whatever that might be,
you better leave quickly! Once Chaudhary is here, it’ll be
difficult to free you from him. Come on. Hey Kalu! Younger brother! What happened? Nothing. Get me my cigarettes. Sister-in-law! Come quick!
Someone hit brother! Who hit you? What happened? You’ve hurt your arm! Who tore the sleeve of your shirt? Father, first catch
hold of my sleeve. Oh dear, listen to this! Is brother home?
– Yes, he is in. Come. Now what? Come quick. Listen! Open the door quickly!
Come see what calamity.. ..has occurred. Not more than you! Stop fooling, I don’t
like it! Open up! Open up, quickly! I was only in the bathroom.
Why all this commotion? What is the matter? – See, see what
they’ve done to your brother! Who hit you? Girls’ fathers. Oh. What about the girls’ mothers? Quiet! Brother-in-law, did
the girls’ fathers hit you? No, they fought over me. There
were many girls’ fathers. They beat you for nothing? No. They fought over which
girl’s father’s house.. ..I would stay at. Leave that job! Don’t do that job. Why leave the job? We should teach those girls’
fathers a lesson. How will you do that? Are they girls’ fathers,
they’re hoodlums! Was Chaudhary part of this scuffle?
– No. But his attitude is
even more dangerous. Go, change your shirt.
– Come. What?
– Dettol. What will you do with it?
– Younger brother is hurt. Give it to me. Trouble. Where are you hurt? Here. Hold this. Wait, let me see. Listen, we’ve to tell Chaudhary
that father has.. ..already seen a girl for
you at Jalpaiguri. Get it? Why tell so much lies? Get
him married to my cousin. Look at that. This is called
from frying pan to fire! As if! My cousin is not
to be taken lightly! Go ahead, get him married
to that Chaudhary’s.. ..old daughter! Brother-in-law, don’t
you like my cousin? Your cousin, you mean Kopila? Kopila? Kopila? That is a cow’s name! Urmila? Brother-in-law, what are you?
You spoke to my cousin for.. ..so long that day and
you forget her name! This rascal Khocha has lost
his memory after getting.. ..beaten up by girls’ fathers! How can you call Sharmila as Urmila? Sharmila?
– Yes Sharmila. Not our film star Sharmila Tagore. Your cousin Sharmila. No! My cousin is neither Urmila
nor Sharmila. She is Mridula! Same thing! We all got
confused in la-la land! Okay, what about your
staying arrangements? Nothing at all. Now Chaudhary too has
fixed a place for me. Oh. Just to please Chaudhary
go and stay at the place.. ..he has fixed for now. I’ll come later and make
all arrangements. Who has given this furniture? I hired all this on Mr.
Chaudhary’s instructions. My face looks like a cartoon
in this mirror. You need to change it. You are? I’m the landlord. I’m
Mr. Janardhan Hor. He is related to me. You’re Chakravarty, a Brahmin?
– Yes sir. He is Hor. Did you marry
out of your caste? Oh no! I may be a Hor,
but I’m a Brahmin. I have never heard of
a Brahmin named Hor. Never mind. Rs. 125, right? I live next door. There.
She is my daughter. I’ve decided to give this house
as dowry to my son-in-law. I don’t say it because she is
my daughter. My daughter.. Fine, fine! I get it. Khocha, come! If you need anything do tell me. I hung the portraits of all these
great persons on the wall. Feels good you know.
– Really? Yes. You may leave now. You
went out of your way for us. Okay bye!
– Bye! Bye!
– Bye! Gupta is not here. Yes. The servant went to the
market and never came back. Gupta said he’d come. You should’ve brought
sister-in-law along. She is sulking about your
marriage with her cousin. She fought with me. There he is! The nincompoop! Hey listen, what is your name? I’m Radikar Roy.
– Pure Radi? Yes sir. What did you bring? Tender meat. Potatoes,
brinjals and gourd. Few radish and raw bananas. No need to mention raw bananas. Make some tea please.
– Tea? Sure. Yes, we’ll have some tea. Greetings! You must be Mr.
Roy’s elder brother. – Yes. They’re my colleagues. Oh, hello. Ultimately, you took a stranger’s
house on rent? This is not a bad place. I’ll tell you something in private. Hor’s ancestors were dacoits. Pure dacoits. Yes. My grandpa, Mr. Ishwarnath
Bandopadhyaya. He disciplined and controlled them.
– Is that so? Yes sir. What’s this? I see a glow
on your forehead! Glow? – Yes. Seems like God
has blessed you specially. Then how could he put my brother
up in a dacoit’s house? Don’t worry. As long as I’m
here, I won’t allow any.. ..misfortune to befall your brother. Take a look at my forehead. You’ll
see a glow similar to yours. You know, my marriage was
fixed by C.R. Das himself! Which C.R. Das?
– Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das. I was into serving the
country with him. With us were, Netaji, Dr.
Bidhan Chandra Roy.. ..Prafulla Chandra Ghosh. Do you’ve any picture? Why? What will you
do with my picture? You’re a great man! Your picture should
be with these people. I came here to invite your brother
and you for tea today. We’ll see about that. No, my wife said, since you’ve
come. Do meet my daughter. Come, let me tell you something. Don’t get my brother married
in a great family like yours. Why? I’ll tell you in private. My
brother is an alcoholic.. ..gambler, hoodlum who lies drunk
just about anywhere. – What! Now tell me, can you allow your
daughter’s life to be.. ..ruined after knowing everything? Oh no, shame! Maitra!
– Yes. Let’s go! How did you get rid of him?
– By lying like him. – How? I told him you’re a drunk, gambler,
hoodlum et al. – What! Don’t worry. I’m preparing a base. I’ll speak to Gupta and.. ..start a whispering campaign
from today. – What will you do? We’ll start spreading talk that
you’re a drunk, gambler.. ..hoodlum etc. We can’t
save you otherwise. But what about my job? Don’t worry. Characterless
people never lose jobs! Nowadays character has
a new definition. Brother! Oh God! Chaudhary! Take care of him! Here you are. Nima! Where is Nitesh? I hear he has come. Yes he has.
– Where is he? I think he has gone to your place. My place? I see. Good. Your house is
not bad. What say? So this one and.. 2 rooms? 2 rooms. That room is a little dirty.
It’s a bit.. Dirty?! Haven’t they cleaned it? What nonsense this is! Come,
let’s have a look. Yes. This room can be made a bedroom.
What do you think, Mina? There is no privacy. Everything can be seen
from that house. You can put a curtain.
How is the bed? I’ll give you a good teak wood bed.
– Why? I wrote to your father
at Jalpaigudi. I’m here to talk to Nitish
about that. – Pardon? You’ll have your lunch
at my place, okay? I’ll keep Nitish back,
you come over. Our servant has brought
stuff from the market. Servant? Where did
you get a servant? Dr. Gupta arranged for it.
– Oh. He’ll eat here, that is why. I see. Okay, I’ll leave. Nitish
must be waiting for me. Okay, better not keep him waiting. Good place. Quite an advantage. Listen, don’t mix with
Gupta too much. He is not to be trusted. Yes. Don’t mix with him. Okay bye! All is done?
– Almost. – Good. Brother! Send daddy a telegram. Tell
him not to reply Chaudhary. He has sent a letter indeed! Brother, another hassle! At this rate I’ll suffocate
in the wardrobe. Dear Radikar, let’s see. Now we’ll see. Here, take this.
– What! Pretend this is alcohol.
Now let’s get drunk! We’re drunkards now. Brother!
– Who’s there? Roy? What boy? Are you the boy from the court?
-I heard your brother is here. Oh, so you’re Shitesh’s brother?
– Yes. I’m everybody’s elder brother.
My name is Nitish. Niti and Ish. The God
of moral and law. You? I’m D.R. Ghoshal. D.R.? My dear Ghoshal.
What do you do? I’m the Labour Officer. Labour Officer? Have you ever felt labour
pains a mother undergoes? A mother’s labour pains? Shame! What kind of a labour
officer are you? Bye! Your work is done. Don’t drink in broad daylight
like this. – What? People will criticize. ”Does love ever stop, if the
pitcher hurts in intoxication?” ”If Jagai and Madhab were not here,
who would know Nimai?” ”Does love ever stop, if the
pitcher hurts in intoxication?” ”They say all life’s pleasures
are present.. ..in this goblet of joyous drink.” ”They say all life’s pleasures
are present.. ..in this goblet of joyous drink.” ”The tiny spark will turn
to a raging fire and.. ..the entire farm will
turn to ashes.” ”Then why does being
an alcoholic make.. ..everyone talk so much?” ”If Jagai and Madhab.” ”If Jagai and Madhab were not here,
who would know Nimai?” ”Does love ever stop, if the
pitcher hurts in intoxication?” They lied to me!
– Yes. Come, let’s have a look.
– Come. ”So many worries bother me. That
is why I drink, you see.” ”So many worries bother me. That
is why I drink, you see.” ”What better salve to soothe
a man’s sadness?” ”What do they say about
intoxication?” ”What can they say about it?” ”If Jagai and Madhab were not here,
who would know Nimai?” ”Does love ever stop, if the
pitcher hurts in intoxication?” Hey Anita! What are you
staring over there for? At the apple of my eye. Your new tenant? How is he? As innocent as a babe! Not wet behind the ears I hope?! You said it! But he
is so good looking! I can see that. He is unmarried, single! Really? In that case,
grab him immediately. I mean jump at him! Else Mr. Chaudhary will trap
him for Ms. Leena! Yes, better go for him. Nipa!
– Yes mother. I’m going, I’ll have
my bath and come. Go on till then, it’s hot baby! Radikar, hey Radikar. Radikar! You’re really something,
give me my food. I’ve been waiting with your
food since a long time. The omelette has turned
cold and the milk too. You must tell me. I did call you but you were
drawn like a magnet there. Quiet! Go get the tea. Should I go to the kitchen
again for tea? What’s this? Keep it here. Go now. You’ll stare at beautiful women
and put the blame on me. Hail Goddess Durga! Daddy! Oh dear, I called you back.
– What? Don’t you’ve a holiday today? What for? Why, our college is closed today. Colleges remain close
9 months in a year. I can see what studies you’re doing. Hail Goddess Durga! Hey, can’t you see
where you’re going! Sorry. You’re the school
headmaster. – Yes. Greetings!
– Greetings! I’m the tenant at the Hors. Oh, you’re from outside?
What do you do? I work in the mill here. In the jute mill?
– Yes sir. What work?
– Overseer. How far have you studied? I’ve passed my B.Sc. and
done Jute Technology. First they had illiterate
people working there. Good. Excuse me! One moment! Did you call me? Yes. There is no one else here.
So, I’m calling you. Why do you stare at our
house on the sly.. ..from your window? Me?
– Yes me. If it was your servant, I’d
give him a tight slap! If you do it again, I’ll be forced
to tell Leena everything. Who is Leena? As if you don’t know! Your mill
manager, Mr. Chaudhary’s daughter. What!
– Yes. The Leena Chaudhary that you’re
going to get married to. I’m talking about her. I’ll
tell her everything. Lies! I’m not getting
married to anybody. I don’t know about that. I’m
saying what I’ve heard. I’ll tell her everything.
– But.. No buts here! I warn you. Don’t look at
our house on the sly ever! Can you remember? ‘Why do you stare at our
house on the sly.. ..from your window? I warn you. Don’t look at
our house on the sly ever! Can you remember?’ Sir, open this west facing window.
We’ll get some fresh air. It’s suffocating here. Don’t ever open this door.
It’s banned. Go. Oh here you are! Look, I didn’t
mind at all about that day. Getting drunk is a sign
of the aristocrats. All big shots do it. Why is this window shut? It is a window you know. Who is this throwing stones? I don’t know. Oh God, it’s continuing
like a machine gun! Stones again! Quick, shut the window. Shut it?
– Yes. Are there labourers close by? There is a slum. A slum?
– Yes. See, a few days back some labourers
told me they’d beat me. Really?
– Yes, they warned me. Oh.
– I think they’ve attacked me. Oh! That must be the case. You think so?
– Yes.- In that case, I’ll go. Okay, come, come. Come to my house some day.
– Sure! You see Tepi and her mother
will both be happy. – Sure. Let’s go, or they’ll stone me again. You must come to my house. Look Mr. Roy, I’ve something
to say to you in private. Private, with me? Oh yes. Beginning from Mr.
Gandhi to Mr. Jinnah. I’ve had private chats with
a great many people. Really? Now let me speak. Shitesh, if you come, my
wife will be very happy. My daughter Tepi, she is as
talented as she is beautiful. She says she’ll impress
you completely. Now you may speak. Have you seen Ghoshal’s daughter?
– No. If they drape a sari around
Goddess Durga’s demon.. ..he’d look like her. Is this your private talk?
– No. The other day your brother,
I mean your respected brother.. ..said your character is flawed. I gave it some thought.
I realised most men have faults. How can a golden ring be crooked? Don’t worry, one bit!
I didn’t mind any of that. Nor my daughter or my wife. Sir, sir! You’ve an invitation
at the doctor’s. Dr. Gupta!
– Oh yes. Oh, will you eat at Dr. Gupta’s? Well, let the two of
us leave together. No, sir has to have a
bath and freshen up. He has to pray. It’ll take time. I do a bit of Pranayam. I’ve brought flowers!
– Okay, okay. So, please leave for today. Okay, I’ll leave now. You
must come to my house. You don’t need to mention that.
– Okay bye! Bye! I say, why was that Bannerji here? You? The other day what I saw
was really something! You folk are very interesting.
But do take care of your liver. Not to worry. My daughter
will take care of all that. Are you feeling hot?
– Yes. Shall we open the window?
– Yes. What was that?
– A riot! No, there is no riot. I think somebody is behind me. Are you free this evening?
I mean, in the evening.. Do you work at the mill? Yes, I do. There is a boy outside saying,
send the baldy out! Now?
– Yes. Is it Haranath or Chitta? Hara baldy. Your wife has
fainted in a fit. – What! Yes, she fainted in a fit. Fainted in a fit?
– Yes. I’ll take your leave now.
– Okay. I’ll come another day
and invite you. – Okay. My wife?
– She fell flat in a faint! Flat? Call me if you need me. Radikar, has his wife
really fainted? Nothing at all! Now you know my predicament. Don’t worry at all.
I’m right beside you! Why do you keep your window
closed all the time? Meaning? Meaning, why do you keep your
window shut at all times? Just in case my eyes
stray to your house. So what? What’s the problem? My eyes will behold you. So what. Don’t people
look at each other? Why would you look on the sly? Look at me bravely, eye to eye! What, bravely? Yes, straight at me! Can you tell me who stones
my west side window? What do you mean? I stoned it? No, I haven’t seen it. Then why are you asking me? So what if I ask you? No, don’t ask me like that. If you keep your windows shut
like that why just pebbles.. ..large rocks will fall
on your window! Oh dear! Does he know? Am
I caught? Never mind. ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”If I’ve to die like Radha, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”If I’ve to die like Radha, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”When the heart is set
on the honeycomb.” ”You may as well steal
the heart of honey.” ”When the heart is set
on the honeycomb.” ”You may as well steal
the heart of honey.” ”Since you’ve opened the
window that was shut.” ”Then I’ll be found out
like the blue sky.” ”If I’ve to die like Radha, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”If I’ve to die like Radha, I will.” ”If you’ve loved me too.” ”Why fear to get two hearts close?” ”If you’ve loved me too.” ”Why fear to get two hearts close?” ”When the misdemeanor
is out in the open.” ”I’ll wear it as an adornment,
I sure will.” ”If I’ve to die like Radha, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” ”Very good, I’ve fallen
in love, I will.” What do you want? Sir, turmeric!
– Turmeric? Is this a grocery that you come
here to ask for turmeric? No sir. I began cooking and
realised there is no turmeric. I came to borrow some
ground turmeric. See, if they can help you inside? Okay. Are you okay? Wait! What is this? Ms. Nipa. It’s reeking of perfume! Who wrote this letter?
– Not me. Tell me who wrote this letter! Or
I’ll make turmeric paste of you! You’re Kalidasa’s messenger
Meghdoot, that you come.. ..with a love letter. Don’t say such things! Kalidasa
is my father’s name. The goddess of my heart, Nipa. Nipa, Nipa!
– Yes father, did you call me? Who could’ve written a letter
like this to you? A letter?
– Yes, a letter. I don’t know. My daughter, you dare fall in love! Nipa! Nipa. I heard something about you.
And I’m very upset. It seems you’re quite characterless. A drunkard, gambler and hoodlum!.. You don’t like that at all. I won’t listen to you, not at all. No, I won’t listen
to you, not at all. No, I won’t listen
to you, not at all. Promise me, you’ll give up all
that. Please say you will. Okay, I promise, I will
give all that up. Go home now. So formal again? Please speak
to me familiarly. Please. Okay, I will. How good boy you are. Now
let’s sit here and chat. Who is this woman?
– Who are you? I’m his father’s friend. The
guardian of this house. I don’t like any woman to stay
in this house. Out, get out! She’ll leave right now. Please go. Uncle,
she is leaving now. Okay, I’m going. Bye! Bye!
– Bye! How did you do it? Radikar,
you’re a genius! Sir, this is my duty. I will do it. Go and shut the door right now!
– Right away. ‘See me off but this one time,
mother, I’ll be back.’ ‘I’ll die willingly for the country
and my Indian brothers will watch.’ ‘See me off but this one time,
mother, I’ll be back.’ ‘I’ll die willingly for the country
and my Indian brothers will watch.’ ‘Give me a chance mother, let
me go and come back quick!’ Sir, someone’s at the door again! Even if it is God say I’m not in. Even if it is God say he is not in. Where is your master? He is not here.
– Where did you hide him? He is not home. Hey, what’s that? What’s that? That, is a cigarette.
– Cigarette? I was trying one of master’s
cigarettes. Smoking you see. Smoking? You sit at home
and waste his cigarettes? Please don’t tell him. Then tell me, where
is he? Where is he? You won’t tell me like this? I’ll
box you and break your bones! Tell me where is he? Please don’t shake me, I’ve malaria. Malaria, my foot! I’ll
box you, tell me! Come out of there. You?
– Yes, it’s me. I didn’t know you’re so
shameless and indecent! What have I done? You know what you’ve done!
Next time, do your love.. ..scene with Leena behind
closed windows. Or I get disturbed in my studies. That wasn’t a love scene! Wasn’t that a love scene?
– No. She embraced you tight and you
say it wasn’t a love scene? When a bear hugs you how do you
feel, I felt just like that. Where did you see me get nervous? No, Ms. Chatterji. No, I don’t like listening
to Miss and all. You can use that language
for your Anglicised girls. What should I call you?
– I don’t know. Hello, yes give it. Give! Hello, Khocha! What’s up? Not very good, brother. The campaign you started
about me being a.. ..characterless person,
is a complete failure. Why? What happened? The girls’ fathers have
renewed their attack. Ask Gupta to get in touch with me. We’ve to start a poster
campaign now. But..
– What but? Don’t worry.
– Really? Okay. I’ll hang up. These girls’ fathers
are like mosquitoes. I’ve to get a mosquito net. Sir, you’re here! I’ve been
looking high and low for you! Why? What is the matter? Nothing so terrible. It’s important. This time you’ve to lead us
in the Municipal debate. No, no.
– What no? I’ll stay in the background. What are you saying? Such a
nice face, a lovely smile.. ..and a sweet voice and
you say you can’t sing? I’m a bathroom singer. Mister, I just promoted
you, you’re now.. ..a drawing room singer! Last time that head master’s
daughter completely routed us. We’ve to beat them this time! Sorry, sorry!
– It’s okay. I get carried away sometimes. Look jokes aside, you’ve to lead us. Don’t worry, I’ll be there too! Agreed?
– Agreed. Silence! We’ll begin
the program shortly. The most favourite item of our
program, the musical debate. ‘Are women better or are men?’ That is our topic, we’ll begin
soon. Please be patient. Why did you send for me? I get courage when you’re here. Hey young man, buck up, buck up! Don’t forget you’re my brother. Gupta.
– What? I’ve to tell you something.
– What? What happened to the
poster campaign? I couldn’t start it yet.
– Why? I can’t figure out what
the matter will be. You’re totally hopeless!
Give me a piece of paper. We now present to you
our musical debate. ‘Are women better or are men?’ ”Men and women.” ”They’re always at odds!” ”Men and women are companions
till death.” ”An elephant!” ”Men are like the sun’s rays.” ”Women like the crescent moon.” ”You spoke to soon!” ”Men and women go to make
up the garland of.. ..joy and sorrow.” ”What an idea to borrow!” ”Hold hands and take 7
turns around the fire.” ”Like the horse’s eggs!” Why such arrogance? We don’t give a damn! Khocha, I’ll cover you,
just move your lips. Give me the mike. ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Do horses have eggs, and
can you make cheese of it?” ”Let there be no cheese
from horse’s eggs.” ‘But your eyes sure are squint!” ”Let there be no cheese
from horse’s eggs.” ‘But your eyes sure are squint!” ”Women and men can never get along!” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”How much ever women try to
be like men, their clothes.. ..give them away.” ”Will a woman’s curves
and ways ever go away?” ”Which is why in the scriptures
women are not allowed to.. ..show their face!” ”Which is why in the scriptures
women are not allowed to.. ..show their face!” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Women become rebels due
to man’s torture.” ”Rebels, they’re rebels!” ”What women want is respect
and their rights.” ”What women want is respect
and their rights.” ”In the olden days, all they
got was to live in the barn!” ”In the barn, in the barn!” ”Look at them now, they
come and fight with us!” ”A wild cat from the jungle tries
to act all sophisticated!” Is that possible, madam? ”A wild cat from the jungle tries
to act all sophisticated!” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Don’t you know where the jail
for mental patients is?” ”In days bygone, one
man had 1 0 wives.” ”He used his force and
made her a slave.” ”You should know today’s woman
is not foolish any more.” ”Do you still insist on
ill treating them?” ”Those days are gone, now
women rule the world.” ”Now it’s time for you to look for
the mental patient’s asylum!” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”If you weigh them truly
in your heart.” ”You’ll know whether man
is greater or woman.” ”Not at all, not at all!” ”Men and women are equal,
there is proof of that.” ”Okay, I’ll deign to believe
men and women are equal.” ”How much ever you earn,
you’ll never grow.. ..a moustache and beard!” Understand, woman? ”How much ever you earn,
you’ll never grow.. ..a moustache and beard!” Hurray! ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” ”Don’t you know where the asylum
for mental patients is?” Why did you help your brother
win from the wings? Elder brothers always help their
younger brothers win.. ..from the wings. You
too sang very well. Shitesh, is brother here? Brother, Mr. Chaudhary is waiting
for you with his car. Sister-in-law is with him too.
– Oh. He has asked you to hurry.
– Okay. Will you go too?
– Yes. No, no, we won’t let him go. He’ll dine with us and then leave. We wouldn’t have let you go
too, it’s only because.. ..Mr. Chaudhary insisted. I’ll see brother off, you
take care of things here. Yes, even though I said how
much ever you earn you’ll.. ..never grow a moustache and beard. The moustache and beard is not
a man’s only inspiration? A man’s inspiration or strength
you might say, is the one.. ..and only, woman. How’s that?
You won now, isn’t it? Okay bye, bye! Your brother is much smarter
than you are! – Yes. Any girl will fall in love
with him. – Oh yes! What! You know what Chapu, I’m
Krishna and you’re Radha. I’m a musical instrument you an ass! I keep washed clothes on my
back, I’ve to press them. Really? I’ll keep you in my heart,
you’ll be my heart press! You’ve turned to a poet! When you fall in love, an
ass too becomes a poet. ‘This love that they speak
of, is only for them.’ Let me go! I’m in love!
– Oh Lord! Shame! Champa!
– Sister-in-law! I’m in love with you! Who, who are you? I’m, I’m, greetings! What are you stuttering for? Are you an owl? Stop stuttering! Wait, I’ll show you! What did you think, eh! You can do what you want? Sister-in-law, don’t hit him! You sit in my house and
flirt with my maid?! Take! You dare greet me!
– I’m dead! Up, get up! I’m sorry, I won’t romance
her any more. You won’t romance any more? What will you do? Let me see, what you can do! Wait,
I’ll show you, wait. Please don’t do this, please. Wait,
come here! – No please don’t.. Stop, I tell you.. No, please don’t. – Wait, wait.. What’s going on here? I saw it with my own eyes. Stop him. Hey, what is it? I’m not a thief. I’m a taxi.. You’re a taxi? Champa’s taxi.. Oh, Champa is your taxi. You know, he put his head in her
lap and was romancing her. Really? I’ll go home. Don’t worry. Romancing
is good, love is good. Loving someone keeps you
both happy and well. Are you married?
– No sir. What is your name? My nickname is Pachu and
Christian name is Amu. You’re okay.
– What? Romeo. Will you marry Champa? I’m ready, Champa is objecting.
– Why, Champa? She says brother and sister-in-law
will get.. ..inconvenienced if
she gets married. Did you say that?
– Yes. Didn’t you think of that
while romancing him? Never mind, we’re happy
you said that. Do this Romeo.
– Amu. Yes Omeo, meet me tomorrow morning. Go home now. It’s okay! Let me take my shoes. Do come tomorrow.
– Yes. No! I’ll run now!
– Yes, do come. Champa has been hitched now. What are you doing about
brother-in-law? In our country, just like it is
difficult for girls to get married. It is just as easy for
boys to get married. Mum and dad have written
from Jalpaigudi. They say they’re okay
with what we decide. Well then, go ahead and fix it. Get him married to Manjula. Who is Manjula? Who? How many times do I tell you?
My cousin sister! Oh, brothers are siblings, and
sisters-in-law are cousins! Your head! Hey peanut seller, come here.
Give me peanuts for 25 paise. Peanuts, peanuts! Want some peanuts?
– Yes. Will you stand and eat?
– No. Why are you sitting on my sari?
– Sorry. This is so silly!
– What? You keep gaping at me. I can’t take my eyes away. In that case, I’ll leave.
– No. Don’t do that. Shameless! Nima is the one. Hey, you look good together. A squared plus B squared
plus twice AB. Silly, it’s not A + B, it’s N + S. How come? Don’t you get it, it’s simple! That girl you see is Nipa
and the boy is Shitesh. The boys of the locality
are so indecent. When we go out the next time,
we won’t return together. Okay? What is all this? I hear that
your brother is an alcoholic.. ..gambler, hoodlum.
I don’t believe it. Brother-in-law an alcoholic,
hoodlum? Yes, everybody is saying, it
seems he is characterless. What are you saying? Men
are never characterless. Men are never characterless? No. A man can drink
and spoil his liver. But character, that can never spoil. That is interesting, eh! I’ll be off now. Please get
Shitesh’s birth chart from your dad. I’ll get it. Your father didn’t
reply to my letter. I think it got lost in the post. Yes, I think next time, I’ll send
him a registered letter. – Yes. I’m not bothered about
Shitesh’s character. There will be canards about
handsome bachelors! Once he is married to Leena
everything will be fine. Exactly! Right, we’ll see you then.
– Okay. Bye, bye!
– Bye! Okay. Darn it! It’s dead! Whom are you calling?
– Aunt. Why? – I want to fix Manjula’s
marriage with brother-in-law.. ..today itself. Do you’ve to do it today? Again it’s engaged! Darn it! Yes today, I’ve to do it today! Or those Chaudharys will dump
their old daughter on.. ..brother-in-law! Nipa’s mum, Nipa’s mum, Nipa’s mum! Nipa’s mum! Why are you shouting like that? Ask Nipa not to look at that
house by mistake even. – Why? Why, look at that! Oh dear, now what! Shame! Will we invite a drunkard,
scoundrel in our home? Shame! What are you staring at? Shut
the window! Close it! Where is Nipa? My exams are ruined, I can’t
concentrate on my studies. Same here. I’ll lose my job,
I’ve no other job. What say, we sit here for a while? Keep going, mister! Hey, that’s some hot item!
Bobby, Bobby! Bobby, Bobby! Shut up! Why are you so excited? What’s in it for you? You mean they’re in love? Don’t you see, there is no
vermillion in her hair? Yes, their relationship is not
sanctioned yet, I think. You’re right! The beehive
is spilling with honey! That’s what I said! Come,
let’s try our luck. Let’s see if the honey trickles out. One wants to talk in peace, no
chance of that. Come over there. Daddy! Now we’ll see the fun! If daddy sees us.. What will happen? If he sees us together like this.. ..he’ll probably kill us.
He is very rigid. Come, let’s go that way! Oh! Chaudhary!
– Chaudhary! Oh dear! It’ll be total ruin! There is danger here too. I don’t know what will happen. Here, give me some money. Hey! Give me two masks.
– Take. Give me, hurry! Your change, madam! Keep the change! Wear it, quick! Let’s go there. Dad, I want this snack. I want an ice cream. No eating this snack.
– Okay. Have an ice cream, go. Give me some of that. Kids these days are
totally shameless! True, what can you say, it’s
the trend of the times! It’s not just a wave, it’s a storm! True. You’re old now. Look sir, the tigers are
drinking water together! Not water, butter milk! Their
thirst is something else. They can’t do a thing! No, they’re quite worthless! How are you?
– Fine. Out for a walk?
– I made a mistake. Why, what happened? Look at that! If you see the youth
today, it feels horrible. What can you do? One has
to move with the times. What say, Mr. Pranab? You’re right. If my daughter openly romanced
in parks like this.. ..I would skin her alive. Get her married. My daughter,
Leena, she is grown up now. I’ve fixed her marriage.
– Where? Shitesh Roy. He lives
in front of your house. I’ve fixed my daughter’s
marriage with him. – Oh. Okay bye! Bye!
– Bye! Bye! Jhontu, Dhuntu, come soon. Take off your mask, we’re
in a hassle free zone. Take it off, one can’t
romance a tigress. What is the use of loving you? Why? Is it for what Chaudhary said? Yes. Mr. Chaudhary and all
the other men at the mill.. ..are after you like maniacs. Who knows what will
happen in the end! Don’t worry. Brother
knows very well.. ..how to get rid of these pests. Wearing masks like these? How
long can we continue like this? What do I do? What else can you do?
Go and tell my father. I can’t live with her
disguised as a tigress. And you go tell your brother you
can’t live disguised as a goat! Fine, I’ll go to your father
tomorrow. – Tomorrow? Yes. Hey, what did I tell you?
What had I told you? Didn’t I say, we won’t enter
our locality together? Do this, go from the Mari area. I forgot what those loafers
at the tea stall said! You’re coming tomorrow?
– Yes. Don’t forget. Listen, tell your mother
nicely. Okay? Sure thing. Your patient lives here? Yes, my rented wife.
– What? My junior wife.
– Junior wife? A father of 7 and you’ve
a junior wife? A father of 7 and I
have a moustache.. ..can’t I have a junior wife? Still. At this age.. So what! My outside is old, inside
I’m a youth! Come, come. Tuli, Tuli! What’s this! Doctor, doctor! Come!
– Coming! Yes, Shitesh, Shitesh!
– He is not here, sir. Marriage?
– Yes, marriage! Can’t you hear me? Marriage! Tell Shitesh that
he should come here tonight. Okay sir. Got it? I’ll hang up. Okay sir, bye! Hey you, what is the
meaning of sister? Sister? Sister means mother-in-law. Sister means mother-in-law! You
changed the entire family! Stand over the bench! Have you done your task?
– Yes sir. Show me. Sister doesn’t mean mother-in-law,
it means sister. Got it, silly? Mother eats after my father. Mother eats my father! What? Is this translation? Idiot, rat, ass! All you want
to do is play and play. Then talk and talk! I’ll beat
you black and blue today. Show me your hand, show me. Give me your hand! You! I’ve been waiting for you with a
bit of good news since so long! What news? Your brother called urgently
from Kolkata. For your.. My? Marriage.
– My marriage? And I know nothing about it? That is what I’m here for. Your brother has solved
all problems in one shot! Now see, none of the girls’ fathers
will be interested in you. Stop! I can’t understand anything. It’s natural. When I heard of my marriage,
I lost my head! Can you tell me how I can get high? What’s this? Have
you really lost it? You’ve heard your marriage news,
you should be dancing.. ..with joy! And you ask
me about getting high! Yes! Scotch whisky, L.S.D.,
hooch, or country liquor. Which one gives you
the biggest high? I think marriage gives
you the biggest high. Get married and see. No high will
come even remotely close! Listen mister, a wife as a habit,
is the deadliest habit. Now forget all this. Act
on this piece of news. Tonight go straight to Kolkata
and finish this ritual. Who’s there? Send a cup
of tea for the priest. Soon please. What have you done? I don’t see
any of the things we need. May be they sold off the
things and ran away. Is everything set?
– Yes. Then we can carry on. Did you call brother-in-law?
– Yes. Why isn’t he here yet? Kanchu, Kanchu! Come in, uncle. Uncle is here. Come in, uncle. -Come in, uncle. Please sit, I’ll be
back in a moment. Where is Khocha? He’ll be here any time now. What? Isn’t he here yet? When is the engagement? We’ll be done by 8 o’clock. Look at that. A power shutdown at this time!
God knows when.. ..the lights will come back. Nimai! Get a candle. Something touched my foot. What was it? Was it moving? Yes, it was. Then it is grass etc.
for the engagement. Oh dear! What fell? – Tea, it’s tea. Oh my tea! Quiet mister, my clothes got soiled! Hey, you’re still here,
didn’t you go to Kolkata? No? It’s your marriage. Marriage? Exchange garlands, with
a noose! Till death do us apart. What is the matter? My goodness, the eyes are bloodshot! When eyes are red,
they’re blood shot! After some time tears will roll
down and the eyes will gleam. What happened? Bannerji, a calamity took place.
– What happened? I think Roy has lost his head. What! – Yes, I hope he
doesn’t commit suicide. I think he has had a lot to drink. I know, when I was with Netaji
a man had done the very same.. With whom?
– Netaji. You went to daddy, got frightened.. ..and couldn’t say a thing. On the other hand, you had
no business making your.. ..brother helpless like this. For whom do you think I’ve done
this? For you, isn’t it? The one your brother fixed for
marriage with you, must be.. ..even more nice looking than I am. Yes. Sister-in-law’s cousin,
I know her. A walking model for foundation.. ..lipstick and face powder. Has your mother spoken
to your father? Yes. Father will never give
me in marriage with you. Why? I’m good looking,
good natured too. I’m also a Brahmin. Bah! It’s not about the caste. Father heard from someone
that you’re characterless. Someone has spread this. Oh no, now what do I do? Oh God! He listens to one
thing and lies down again. Come on, why not go to Kolkata? Listen, we’ve to decide
on some plan. Neither of us can think
straight right now. Right.
– Okay. Do this. Come to the park
in the afternoon tomorrow. We’ll calm down and come to
some decision tomorrow. Good.
– Good. You’ll come, right? Yes. Don’t forget.
– Okay. I’ll wait for you.
– Okay. Khocha didn’t come for
Champa’s wedding. Has he changed so much? Let me touch your feet. Enough, no need to touch
my feet. No need. Why are you crying? You used to get beaten
for laughing too much. Now do you want to get
that for crying? Oh, Mr. Nitish! What happened?
Whose marriage? This girl’s, Champa’s. Champa? She used to work at our house. You can say she is our daughter. Now why didn’t my younger brother,
Khocha, I mean.. ..Shitesh come? I’ve some bad news. What! Bad news? Please come here. Shitesh was drinking all night.
I think he has lost his head. What are you staring at?
I’m losing my head now. Kanchu! You’ve to come with me now.
– Why? Or Khocha can’t be saved. Has he really lost his head? Not his head, his character. Khocha visits the Mari,
red light district. I mean, he goes to prostitutes. I think he has gone mad. Khocha lost his head
and character, both? Now what?
– What? Now what will happen? I must go now. If I had a taxi.. Come in my taxi. No, you’re the groom today.
You can’t go.. Don’t say that. I’m a taxi
driver for all time. You helped me so much.
Now you’re in trouble. Come, sister-in-law. Nipa was in the park that day! Nipa’s mother, Nipa’s mother!
– What happened? Do you know your daughter disguised
as a tigress was.. ..romancing this silly goat! Why would Shitesh be a silly goat? Quiet! Don’t take his
name in front of me! That sort of characterless boy
suits in the Chaudhary house! I’m sure Bannerji has put
a spanner in the works. The bluff! This must be that fatso Ghoshal’s
trick. – Right, right! How could Shitesh avoid
someone like me? – Right. Do you know what Sri Aurobindo
had told me? What did he tell you? That Hor is at the bottom of this.
– Yes, Hor. He is offering the house as
bait for his daughter. – Yes. What is he showing? I’ll show him! Shitesh, I wanted to speak to you. No, I can’t talk now. Brother, you? Champa you’re married? Yes, that is why you were called. Talukdar had told me, but he
said it in such a way that.. Anyway, now you’re here. I’m sure we’re inconveniencing
you. – Oh no.. ..Come to that room. Yes, you wait here. I’ll.. No, we’ll leave right now. Champa, go sit near
Pachu in the car. Where is the servant?
I need to talk to him. Brother, please sit in that room,
I’ll be back just now. No need to go anywhere. Come
into that room. Come. Tell me, where you keep the bottles! You don’t know? Wait, I’ll get it out of you.
I don’t like all this! I’ll slap you hard! Since when did you really
start drinking? Since when did you start
all this indecency? Indecent? I got it, see this! I got
the bottle of booze. Darn! It’s phenyl!
Can’t you smell it? The servant too is
stubborn! I couldn’t get a word out of him! Brother, just because I didn’t
marry sister-in-law’s cousin.. Her marriage has been fixed
elsewhere. Let that go. Where do you go after work everyday? Me?
– Yes you! Whom are you waiting for? How does that concern you? Oh! What an attitude! Quite something! Hey, I warn you! Better
watch what you say! Brother-in-law, you drink alcohol? You visit shady places. I take an oath on you, I don’t.. Stop, don’t touch her! Oath indeed! Come, let us go sailing
on the Ganga! Oh God! You slapped him? Very good! If he misbehaves,
I’ll hit him again! Are you trying to say, Gupta
too is lying? – Yes. Oh no, sir! He saw you
with his own eyes! No. You see, when we leave
the park, it looks bad to.. ..return with her, so I.. Her? Who is her? Where are you? What happened? Why didn’t you come? I was waiting for you shamelessly
there for so long! Those scrums came and insulted
me in so many ways! I tolerated all that only for you. I kept waiting for you despite
so many insults! – Wait. My brother and sister-in-law.
They came all of a sudden. You?
– Yes, we came. She is..
– I know, Nipa. Lives next door.
– Keep quiet! Was this boy with you in the park
yesterday afternoon? – Yes. He travelled through the Mari
area on your say so. – Yes. Hold your ears, brother-in-law,
hold your ears! – Why? Why! He makes a girl like that
wait in the park and.. Right. Hold your ears! Hold them! What can I do? You came
in all of a sudden. I’ll go, my folks must be worried. Nipa, is your father at home?
– Yes. Well then, come along, let’s
go and settle this matter. Any more delay and the
drama will fall flat! Brother, because of your
whispering and poster.. ..campaign her father thinks
I’m a drunkard and hoodlum. You, do you think so too?
– No. But daddy said he’d never give
me in marriage with him.. He’ll skin your brother if he
can lay his hands on him. What! This is ridiculous!
Let’s go and see. Come on. Come. Here’s the milk. Greetings, headmaster! Hello, hello! You? I’m Nitish Roy, I’m Shitesh’s
elder brother. What do you want? Do you know him? I think I do. Yes, he lives in front
of your house. The thing is, I’ve brought
a proposal for marriage.. ..between your daughter
and my brother. Impossible!
– Why? Your brother is a drunkard, hoodlum. That is false, a lie! You’ll obviously say that.
You’re his brother. If he was my son, I’d beat
him till his skin came off! You’re right! Spoken like
a true school master. Come here. Why do you want to hit
him? Why hit him? Keep quiet! Brother, please let him go. How can I? I can’t disregard
headmaster’s command! Brother, no! -What are you doing? Darn! I don’t like all this! What, what? Whatever you say, idiot,
I won’t let you go. How do you know my brother-in-law
is characterless? How did you know? That poster. I had that poster put up. To rescue my brother from
girls’ fathers. – You? Yes sir! But still, I’ll beat the skin
off my brother’s back. That’s my mission! Nipa, is what he says true? Yes daddy, it’s all lies,
none of it is true. – Brother, let me go! Please! It’s all lies! That’s terrible! Why is he beating
up the poor innocent lad? Brother, let me go. Excuse me! What have you done? What did you think?
What did you think? You miserable fool, I’ll finish you! Sister-in-law! Help! Listen, I’ll start crying now! Help me someone! Mr. Nitish! Can you hear me? Listen to me, listen. Shameless boy! You’ll
do what you want! It’s your fault.
– Mine? Yes yours. You stand there
like a fool now! Give me the key. I didn’t know something
like this could happen! How innocent! You didn’t know,
right? I’ll explain it to you now! He is a very good boy, mum.
I beg of you, please save him. Listen, do something. Why are you crying? His marriage has been fixed
with Chaudhary’s daughter. Yes, he’ll marry my daughter.
– No! He’ll marry my daughter. Marry my daughter! Never! He’ll marry my daughter! He’ll marry my daughter! He’ll marry my daughter! He’ll marry my daughter! He’ll marry my daughter!.. ..He’ll marry my daughter!.. ..He’ll marry my daughter! No! He’ll marry my daughter! Yes! Shitesh will marry my daughter! Mr. Nitish, Mr. Nitish! Mr. Nitish! Let him go! Mr. Nitish, I’m ready to give my
daughter in marriage with him. Let him go, Mr. Nitish! Leave him, Mr. Nitish! Mr. Nitish, Mr. Nitish!
Open the door! Yes, open the door! Listen! They’re opening the door. Shame on you! What are you doing? Everything is a lie!
– Are you sure? Yes sure. Now who is the culprit?
– What! Stand up.
– M-m-me? Yes, stand up on the bench. Stand up on the bench! Stand up! Aunt, you come too. You.
– Why? Come on. Give me a hand. Nipa, come here! Idiot, touch their feet. Hey, I’m falling! It’s okay, no need
to touch my feet. Radikar, Radikar. Tear
the poster now.