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Streer Maryada | Bengali Romantic Movie | English Subtitle | Prosenjit, Rituparna, Anju Ghosh

Streer Maryada | Bengali Romantic Movie | English Subtitle | Prosenjit, Rituparna, Anju Ghosh


How are you, Saptami? Uncle!
– Where are you going this afternoon? You will destroy your beauty.
– What’s the use of beauty? Some man will choose you as
his wife because of your beauty. What are you saying? Actually, your aunt doesn’t
let me talk you properly.. ..when we are at home. So, when I meet you or your brother
outside the house, I enjoy talking. Didn’t you go to the hospital today? No, I am not feeling well.
I am going towards the market. What is Pancham doing?
– Brother! He is washing his clothes because
he has to go to a party this evening. Where are you going now?
– I’m going to Chameli’s house. Her wedding is around the corner.
– That’s true. Okay, you may go. Come home soon.
I’ll see you later. Listen!
– Yes? Bring Pancham to our house some day. Okay, uncle.
– Okay. Chameli! Sapti, you are here! Get in. Sit down. Aunt, where are Chameli
and Champa? I can’t see them. Chameli is inside. Champa has gone with
her father for shopping. Only a few days are left
for the wedding. We need to buy everything beforehand. If Chameli is busy, I’ll leave now.
I’ll come again later. Why would you leave? I am not doing anything. You aren’t here for a long time.
You will leave within a few days. You will be far from us.
– Why? Just because I am going away,
doesn’t mean we won’t be close. Chameli, get some
berry pickle for Saptami. I’ve prepared it. Try it.
I’m sure you’ll like it. Saptami, sit here.
I’ll get the pickle for you. Champa will be home soon. I like you and your brother. You lost your parents in one night. Yet, both of you are together
and living happily. You wretch!
Haven’t you ironed my shirt yet? Now get married
and bring your wife home. She will iron your clothes.
I won’t be able to do it. Okay. It doesn’t matter what you say.
Champa will become my wife soon. Then I’ll be free.
– Keep dreaming! Champa would never marry
a useless man like you. Don’t talk nonsense! She wouldn’t find another man like me. If she doesn’t marry me,
I’ll drag her to my house. “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “If you call me, I won’t hear,
I don’t care what you think.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “If you call me, I won’t hear,
I don’t care what you think.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “Your love is really ruthless.” “You take me into a tight embrace
whenever you get a chance.” “Your love is really ruthless.” “You take me into a tight embrace
whenever you get a chance.” “Your cunning tricks..” “..won’t be able to fool me anymore.” “Your cunning tricks
won’t be able to fool me anymore.” “I may not have more than
I already have. I won’t go.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “If you call me, I won’t hear,
I don’t care what you think.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “The greenery mesmerises me.” “My heart soars in the sky.” “The greenery mesmerises me.” “My heart soars in the sky.” “You don’t know how to pacify others.” “But your temper is too high.” “You don’t know how to pacify others.” “But your temper is too high.” “What you just heard me saying..” “..my heart doesn’t agree with that.” “What you just heard me saying
my heart doesn’t agree with that.” “Do you understand that if I have you
I wouldn’t want anything else?” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “If you call me, I won’t hear,
I don’t care what you think.” “I won’t go with you at any cost.” “If you call me, I won’t hear,
I don’t care what you think.” “I won’t go away at any cost.
I won’t go away from you.” It’s 10 am already.
I’m late for my music classes. I’m going.
– Wait! Have the offerings before you leave. I’ll miss my class if I listen to you. I don’t care. But you won’t leave
before you have offerings. I’ll be able to relax only
after I get you married. Wait. You have to deal with one more thing. Let me comb your hair. Then you will look like a gentleman. Otherwise, the people
of this village… I’m sorry. Champa will think
that I don’t take care of you. That’s enough. Welcome. Take your seat there. Welcome. You go that way. Saptami, where were you all day? Your friend is getting married today.
Why are you so late? I’m taking care of the materials
required for the rituals. I’m going. I have a lot to do. Welcome, Mr. Dutt. Welcome, Mr. Chakraborty.
– Hello. Wow! You’ve organised a grand wedding. Why did you spend so much money? It’s nothing special. You should’ve thought about
Champa’s wedding, too. You should’ve saved some money. That is not fair.
This is more important. After all, Chameli is his elder
daughter. – Welcome, Pancham. You are like a son to me. Please take care of everything. Uncle, please don’t worry. I’m here now. I will take care.. ..of the women. He is so strange! Who do you want to take care of? I’m here to take care of the guests. No, mister. You’ve been invited
just to look at me. I’ve dressed up. How do I look? Good! Very nice. You look like a witch. I warn you! I don’t need your approval. Women don’t need men, anyway. Women can be self-dependant. Is that so? “You have Kohl lined eyes
and painted toes.” “You have Kohl lined eyes
and painted toes.” “You may use any make-up you want.” “But if someone doesn’t marry you
and accept you as his wife…” “But if someone doesn’t marry you
and accept you as his wife..” “..you can’t wear vermillion on your
forehead, even if you want to.” “You can’t wear vermillion on your
forehead, even if you want to.” “You marry women and put
vermillion on their forehead.” “You marry women and put
vermillion on their forehead.” “You make us weave
beautiful dreams of love.” “You make us weave
beautiful dreams of love.” “But you change within a night
and become greedy of dowry.” “But you change within a night
and become greedy of dowry.” “Husbands and their fathers
turn into murderers.” “So, thousands of wives are burnt
alive, but husbands aren’t.” “So, thousands of wives are burnt
alive, but husbands aren’t.” “So, thousands of wives are burnt
alive, but husbands aren’t.” “So, thousands of wives are burnt
alive, but husbands aren’t.” “Tell us if the husbands are burnt.” “Do you want to know?” “When the husbands burn, no one sees
that. Such things aren’t discussed.” “When the husbands burn, no one sees
that. Such things aren’t discussed.” “Men die every day when
their wives torture them.” “Men die every day when
their wives torture them.” “Men can’t live without women, no
matter how much you try to act brave.” “Men can’t live without women, no
matter how much you try to act brave.” “Every person get a chance to
see the world because of a woman.” “Every person get a chance to
see the world because of a woman.” “Every person get a chance to
see the world because of a woman.” “Men and women are equals!” “So, men and women should unite
to build heaven on earth.” “So, men and women should unite
to build heaven on earth.” “Let’s sing together on
this celebration of an union.” “Let’s sing together on
this celebration of an union.” “So, men and women should unite
to build heaven on earth.” “So, men and women should unite
to build heaven on earth.” “So, men and women should unite
to build heaven on earth.” “So, men and women should unite
to build heaven on earth.” Pancham, wake up! Your tea has turned cold. I won’t make tea again. Do you like to say
the same thing every day? Don’t you have to go to
your classes today? Do you know what time it is? I took the day off.
– Why? I want to see uncle today.
– I’ll come with you. Uncle!
– Come in. Sit down. How are you? We’ll tell you about us later. You tell us how you are.
– I’m much better now. Pancham, come and sit here. Uncle, where is aunt? She must’ve gone out. Or she would’ve made her
presence known. Pancham, I want to talk to you. Before your aunt arrives, some
money… – Before I arrive! What do you want to say? Nothing, I was saying.. ..that I wouldn’t be able to feed
them before you arrived. – Stop it! They killed their parents. Now they are here to ruin our lives. Aunt.
– Shut up! You were trying to cast a spell
on your uncle, weren’t you? You try to take money from him
whenever you don’t find me around. Manada! We aren’t here to ask for money, aunt. We are here to see uncle. You’re here to see him!
You’ve seen him enough. Now get lost! We’ll take your leave, uncle. Listen! Come to
the hospital to visit me. Today, I have only vegetables.
Have rice with them. This is enough for today. I’ll get my
salary tomorrow. Then we’ll feast. Saptami, the vegetable is delicious.
Give me some more. Get some vegetables. It’s delicious. Oh no! It’s so spicy! You have it. What is the matter? – All the
chilli pieces are in this portion. You have it. It’s not spicy. This is just great!
You gave me the vegetables.. ..and were eating only rice! You made me cry,
even though the food.. ..isn’t spicy. “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” I know that you love this song. But instead of singing.. ..will you come with me? I’m going
to the hospital to see uncle. No. If aunt finds out,
she’ll call us names. It doesn’t matter.
That isn’t uncle’s fault. Why wouldn’t I see uncle?
I want to see him. I’m going. Take a deep breath.
– Uncle! Uncle! – Come in. Is everything
alright? – Yes, everything is fine. I’m just upset that I can’t see you.
– Silly girl! Nothing is wrong with you.
You may go. Sit down. Saptami.
– Yes? Listen, I couldn’t give you money
that day when you came home. Now keep this money. I wonder how much Pancham earns
through his music classes. No, uncle. Keep that money with you. I am not here for the sake of money.
My brother and I manage fine. Aunt shouldn’t shout at you
just because you want to help us. I am ready to deal with anyone if
I can see a smile on your faces. There is no need to teach me anything.
Take the money. Take it. Deal with the patients.
I’ll be right back. Doctor, will you check me? If you want me to check you,
lie on the bed. Don’t argue. Lie down. Take off your shirt.
– What? You want me to check, but you
don’t want to take your shirt off! Stop arguing! Take your shirt off!
– Okay. What now?
– I’m here. What is this? Uncle, here is your patient. I’ve taken care of everything.
– My patient! Deepak! Why did you take your shirt off? She ordered me.
– She ordered you! If he keeps his shirt on,
how will you check him? Who is the patient? He is Deepak.
He is a famous doctor in Kolkata. What?
– Yes. I asked him to visit me especially
for a patient. Uncle! I’m leaving. I’m… She is absolutely crazy.
– Who is she? What’s her name? – She is my niece
and her name is Saptami. Pancham, where did you go?
Pancham! Wait! What is the matter with you? Are you going to spend
your entire life with music? Don’t you care about anything? What are you talking about? What’s the matter?
– What else could it be? Your sister is getting older. You attend others’ weddings. Who would worry about.. ..your sister’s wedding? Actually, I need to find
a good match for her. You need to look for one. You need ask people
to look for a good match. Yes, but… I don’t have a lot of money right now. If you start worrying about this,
you’ll find a way to arrange money. If she gets any older,
you won’t find a good match. Then everyone will think
that you didn’t do.. ..anything for your sister. No, I was… Have you ever noticed your sister? She looks so upset. Probably, she thinks that
you don’t care about her. Is that so? Okay, I’ll see what I can do. I’ll take your leave.
I have a lot of chores to do. Come home some day.
– Sure. Who do you want to meet? – I want
to talk to Saptami’s guardian. I am her guardian.
Tell me what you want to say. I see. Do you want me to stand at the
doorstep or am I allowed to come in? Yes, please come in.
– Let’s go. Welcome, sit here. Tell me what you want. I was saying that if you don’t mind,
I would like to marry Saptami. What? I mean, you want to marry
my elder sister, Saptami! ‘If she gets any older,
you won’t find a good match.’ Then everyone will think that you
didn’t do anything for your sister. Where do you work?
How much is your salary? Do you get a bonus and pension?
What’s your house rent? Do you have a provident fund?
– Wait! Take a deep breath. I don’t have a job. You don’t have a job. So, you are unemployed. No, I am not unemployed.
– Come here. I see. So, you have your own business. How many people work under you?
Do you pay income tax? Do you have a house and a car? My mother and brother live with me.
I have a house, a car and servants. I see. Okay. Wait here. Pancham, listen. Pancham, listen to me.
– I’m discussing something serious. Don’t interfere in this discussion. Do me a favour.
Make some tea. – Pancham! Rs 5000… I’ve made all the calculations. Saptami can’t get married
in the next two years. Why?
– Do you have to pay some dues? No, that is not the case. Actually, I take music classes. I save some money every month
for my sister’s wedding. I’ve calculated that I’ll be able
to save enough money in 2 years. You don’t need to spend any money
on your sister’s wedding. I’ll take care of the expenditure. Talk to your uncle and fix a date. May I take your leave now?
– I mean… Have a cup of tea. Not just tea, I’ll have sweets, too. But not today.
I’ll come some other day. Bye. Saptami! Mr. Guardian, what is the matter? Who asked you to decide my wedding? No one asked me to. You really want to chase me away,
don’t you? No, why do you say that? I know. You’ll be able to marry Champa
only after I get married. I am not doing this
to marry someone else. I don’t want people to criticise us. Besides, I have to get you married
one day. That’s my duty. Great! You seem to have grown up. You are saying such profound things. But let me tell you something. I won’t get married and leave you
alone. I will stay with you. No, I won’t give my consent
to this alliance. Deepu, are you going to marry
a village woman? I’m feeling really disgusted! What is the problem
with a village woman? That’s right. What is wrong with a village woman? Son, you don’t understand anything
about household matters. You spend your entire day in studies. You are getting old. You aren’t even married. That’s why, I am saying that since
I didn’t get married, Deepu should. Don’t try to stop him. Carry on, brother. Champa! Chameli, when did you arrive
from your in-laws’ place? That place is like a slaughterhouse. Why do you say that? Why do you all look upset? Since we couldn’t pay
the entire amount of dowry.. ..they hit my sister
and sought revenge. What are you saying?
– It’s my fault. I am a helpless father,
who couldn’t keep his word. I made the mistake of
trusting those people. And if not anything else,
my fate is at fault. Oh God! Didn’t Chameli’s husband support her? He did. He said.. ..that he had welcomed her
with great pomp and show. He would see her off.. ..as grandly after her death. Had I not escaped from there,
they would’ve done that. They’ve left a few examples.. ..on my back. Look! ‘You don’t need to spend any money
on your sister’s wedding.’ I’ll take care of the expenditure. Had our parents been alive,
could you have said that to me? Even you couldn’t be able to
throw me at the deep end. – What? Why do you want to sacrifice
your entire life for my sake? What’s the matter?
Have you both lost your minds? Uncle, Saptami isn’t
ready to get married. But everyone thinks
that I don’t take care of her. Mrs. Dutt said that to me
a few days ago. I’m saying the same thing. Saptami shouldn’t
object to this alliance. Uncle, you are supporting him!
– Deepak is a nice man. Everyone is nice before marriage. After the marriage,
they whip your skin off. Every person is not the same. I’m sure Deepak will take care of you. But I am your companion.. ..and confidante. How will you survive
after I leave you? How will you cook for yourself? Silly girl! I’ll be
free after you leave. No one will be here to boss me around. If you miss this chance, you may
not find another man like him. You should give your consent. Women’s lives are like that. You grow up with one family
and you’ll have to live with another. But she leaves her mark behind
with both families. You are never far from
your loved ones. – Uncle! Go on, dear. You should get married
and start a new family. Why did you leave Saptami alone? Come. Go that way. Pancham, how do I look? Beautiful!
– Don’t say that. Beautiful women from
the groom’s family are here. You’re making me blush. Welcome. You are from the
groom’s family, right? – Yes. He is the cousin of
my husband’s second cousin. Come here. She is my daughter Reshmi. I’ve been looking for a suitor
for her. – Have a look around! You may like someone here.
Then it will be really nice. You’ll be able to kill
two birds with a stone. Let’s have a look.
Our relatives must be around. Wow! That man is really handsome. Let’s go and get an introduction.
– No. You may go. I won’t go there. Come with me. No, that is not true. What is your name, son?
– Mine? – Yes. My name is Pancham.
– What? – Pancham. I see. That’s nice. What do you do? I sing. That’s good. What do you do earn money? I just told you.
I sing and teach music. That’s great. What is your job? I just told you. Music. I am a music teacher. I see. So, you earn anything. This is enough for my sister and me. Now I get it. C’mon, let’s go that way. Welcome, Basudeb.
I hope you had a good meal. Not at all. This is
my brother’s in-laws’ place. I am not a guest here. You don’t need to worry about me.
Go and take care of others. You are so friendly.
I’m really impressed. You have an amazing name.
You are named after God. Whenever someone calls you,
it’s like thinking about God! I don’t have a name. Basu, Deb, Mukherjee… All of them are surnames.
– That’s true. That’s an excellent joke. Let me see what spell you have
cast to control my brother. I haven’t introduced myself yet. Deepak is my brother. I am your sister-in-law. It’s okay. Touching feet is out of fashion now. Let’s go. If we stay here late, we may
be chased by some wild animal. – Yes. We are going.
– Let’s go. What problem! I’m wondering what to do. Rabi, deliver this food basket
to the eating area. Take care of everything there!
– Okay. Pancham, do you want to say anything? Nothing. I am here to take something. Pancham! Why were you looking
at Saptami like that? Nothing. You can’t lie to me. You are upset because Saptami
will leave you, right? Yes. She will be there alone. I wonder how she will manage.
– Don’t lie to me again. You can’t live without your sister.
You should say that. Why would Saptami be alone? She has found her life partner. Saptami is going to her house now. Pancham! Rupasi, where is Champa? Champa has been crying all day. She is really upset
that you are leaving. We couldn’t bring her anyhow. Tell Champa that I’m leaving Pancham
in her care. Let’s go, dear, or the
auspicious time will be over. Besides, we’ll come to your in-laws’
place tomorrow. – Yes. Do come to our house. Let’s go, Saptami. Pancham! Bye. “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” “No one is seen around.
No one seems to be in a hurry.” “Everything is quiet there.
Its look has changed.” So, Champa, it’s your turn. You are too much.
– ‘You are too much!’ You’re keeping an eye on him
so that he doesn’t run away. Why wouldn’t I?
Saptami has left him in my care. I have to take care of him.
– Is that true? That reminds me, I’ll send you things
required for Saptami’s ritual. But your aunt doesn’t want to attend
the reception because she is unwell. What?
– Nothing is serious. She cannot tolerate if anything
good happens to you. She is upset that Saptami
is married to such a rich man. You should leave now. I have a lot to
do before evening. – Bye, uncle. Bye. Mr. Dutt! You are carrying a huge bag! But you have so little vegetables.
– I just went to buy a few things.. ..for this meal. Tonight, we will have a grand dinner
at Saptami’s in-laws’ place. When will we leave? Before evening, I mean,
as soon as possible. Bye. – Listen! I’ve heard that Saptami’s in-laws
have a huge house. Mom, it’s your son’s reception.
Go and take care of the chores. Reception! Deepu had the audacity to
do this because you encouraged him! Audacity! When did you
think Deepu was a coward? Besides, instead of calling it
audacity, you should call it courage. He married the woman of his choice. He didn’t care about my opinion. Mom, forget about it for the day.
– I can do that. But I am scared to let you
loose among guests. Don’t say anything embarrassing
and ruin our reputation. I protected your reputation
for so many years. I can’t ruin it in one day. Besides, your reputation
is quite bitter. Stop it! There is no need
to preach me. I am so upset! He didn’t demand money, jewellery or
anything else as dowry from his wife. Our guests are here to meet the bride,
not the dowry she has brought. Please don’t mind, but you didn’t
belong to a royal family either. You came here without dowry and my
grandmother accepted you happily. Why can’t you accept her then? Shut up! This is why Deepa said.. ..that you’d lost your mind.
– Listen, mom. You have everything except
a daughter-in-law. Why do you and Deepa act so greedy?
You can’t take anything with you. What do you need more wealth? Hello.
– Go upstairs. Be careful. Why? Is the staircase slippery? If you trip and break your bones,
you may get treated. But if you break anything expensive,
it may be irreplaceable. Take them upstairs. Come with me.
– Be careful. – Yes. Oh no! He insulted us.
– Quiet! If Saptami hears you, she’ll be upset.
Let’s go. Come with me.
– Okay. Come in. Look! This is Saptami’s room. Experts from New Market were
hired to decorate this room. Really?
– It’s beautiful. It’s a huge bed. Get up! No one else should sit on the
bed decorated for the nuptial night. I must say, you are an uncouth man. Where is Saptami?
– Yes, where is Saptami? Take us there.
– Yes, come with me. Girls, listen to me.
All of you go there. Saptami’s family is here.
They may have secrets to discuss. Come with me. Pancham, come here. Come to me. Why do you look so down? I’m sure you didn’t
have meals on time. You know, Saptami, when you sleep
on that decorated bed in your room.. ..no one will be able to see you.
I sat on it just a while ago. My size had reduced. And your sister-in-law’s
words hurt his reputation too. Champa, stop it! Pancham, you are a good singer. Why don’t you sing one today? – I’ve
heard that you teach music, too. Will you learn, Reshmi?
– I am not joking. Pancham, why don’t you sing today? Pancham, did you feed the bird? Did you pray to God in the evening? Tell me everything about that house. Do you want to hear everything? “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” “No one is seen around.
No one seems to be in a hurry.” “Everything is quiet there.” “Its look has changed.” “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” “No one is seen around.
No one seems to be in a hurry.” “Everything is quiet there.” “Its look has changed.” “Wedding bells have chased her away
from the territory of the village.” “Wedding bells have chased her away
from the territory of the village.” “Her favourite chair and table
look like ruins.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” “I wish she is always happy.” “I wish this separation doesn’t
bring sadness in her life.” “I wish she is always happy.” “Even if I never see her again..” “..I’ll feel her presence around me.” “Even if I never see her again..” “..I’ll feel her presence around me.” “The conch in the temple will
remind me of her presence.” “The conch in the temple will
remind me of her presence.” “The incense stick in the temple
will bring her fragrance.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” “No one is seen around.
No one seems to be in a hurry.” “Everything is quiet there.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” Mom, why did Deepu marry this woman? Because of her beauty. He didn’t care about money.. ..and jewellery as dowry. He spent his money
to marry this woman! I think she knows some magic. She is going to cause trouble. She loves her family a lot. Yes. What if she steals our things
and sends them to her brother? I will go back to my husband’s house. Mom, take care of everything. Deepu is acting like
a smitten husband. She doesn’t need time to impress Basu. Basu, here is your tea. How did you feel that
I wanted to have tea? You are like a brother to me. So, I
understood what you want. – Right. You will be like a sister to me. Don’t treat me as other women
treat their brothers-in-law. Our family members don’t
have tea at odd hours. Don’t make my son
a partner in such bad habits. I don’t have tea, mother. Don’t have tea. Tea isn’t allowed in this house. But if you want to have tobacco
like your mother-in-law.. And sister-in-law,
there is no problem. Saptami. Since I am leaving from here,
don’t think that mom is helpless. I will keep track of everything. Don’t make faces if mom wants you to
give her a foot massage. My mother isn’t alive. I’d be lucky
to take care of my mother-in-law. You know how to play with words. You fooled Deepu into accepting
your burden with your words, right? What are you saying?
Do you think I am a burden? We will know that
only after a few days. If we could stay here for a few days,
we could’ve taught you a lesson. But we can’t help it. We have to leave because my
husband has to join work. Bye. One more thing! Don’t go to meet your
brother any time you wish. Don’t forget that.
– Yes. – Let’s go. Take Deepa for example. She doesn’t
want to go to her in-laws’ place. We’ve been feeding her
husband for the last 11 months. Why are you talking
as if he is an animal? He wants to teach a lesson to our
sister-in-law. How can he be a man? It’s okay. Too much care means
you have something to hide. Let’s go. Pancham, you got your sister
married to a rich man. Tomorrow is Jamai Shoshti. What
will you give your brother-in-law? What? Tomorrow is Jamai Shoshti! Oh no! What should I do now?
I didn’t even remember. You need to take care of such things. Getting her married to
a rich man isn’t enough. If you don’t give them gifts,
your sister will have to bear taunts. Where is Mr. Dutt?
– He is shaving in the house. I see. Mr. Dutt!
– Oh! What happened, Mr. Dutt?
– I cut my cheek. Never surprise anyone.. ..who is crossing a road, trying to
catch a running bus or shaving. Tell me what you want.
– Will you lend me Rs 100? I knew it. This blood indicated me.. ..that I’d have to hear
something inauspicious. Tomorrow is Jamai Shoshti
and I don’t have a single rupee. Do you think I have a minting machine? No. I’ll pay you back when I get my
salary. – No need to pay back! I am not giving you any money.
So, you don’t need to pay back. I’m so worried. I have extra expenses.
Now you want me to lend you money. Worried! You have extra expenses!
What do you mean? I’m going to Puri tonight
for an outing. Your sister-in-law insisted.
She has packed bags already. I will have to hire a taxi
to carry these bags. And the taxi fare will be the
beginning of my expenses. Isn’t that a problem? – What if I
carry these bags to Howrah station? Will you pay me instead of the taxi? Will you carry the bags? I hope you won’t drop them. We have a lot of expensive
things in the bag. I won’t drop anything. Check things
after you reach the station. – Okay. Since you need money badly.. ..you may take these things
to the station. Take them. Pancham, listen. The taxi fare from here to
Howrah station is Rs 98. Okay. Pay me that.
– I am not saying that. Had we taken a taxi, my wife and I
wouldn’t have to pay the bus fare.. ..to Howrah. If I deduct Rs 5 from the taxi fare.. ..for our bus fare,
your payment will be.. ..Rs 93. Look! I don’t have Rs 3 change. Take Rs 90. I’ll take your leave now.
– Okay. God bless you, Pancham.
– Okay. Where do you think you are going? Look at you! Don’t you know me? I am the brother-in-law. What are you talking about?
Are you trying to fool me? No, I am not trying to fool you.
How do I explain? This is my sister’s house. Who is your sister?
– Your young master’s wife. I sang a song on the night of
the reception. Didn’t you hear? I see. You are Deepak’s
wife’s brother. You should’ve said that earlier.
Please go in. – Guard, who is there? Young madam’s brother is here. My brother is here. I can see who is here. You may go in. Guard, don’t let him enter today. A lot of guests will be here today. Ask him to come some other day. I’ve brought sweets for Jamai Shoshti. Ma’am, he has brought sweets. No one in our family
is going to eat those sweets. Give those to those dogs. “I wish she is always happy.” “I wish this separation doesn’t
bring sadness in her life.” “I wish she is always happy.” What’s the matter?
Why don’t you eat anything? Do you want to starve yourself and me
just because your sister has left? No. I am eating. You can’t cook and that’s why,
you don’t eat properly. I can’t even come and cook for you. People will start saying
bad things about us. Do you think Saptami is happy? Deepak is a nice man. Otherwise, I wouldn’t be sure
about Saptami’s happiness. But I don’t like her mother-in-law
and sister-in-law. No. That’s nothing. They just seem
a little hot-tempered. If elders aren’t hot-tempered,
kids will never listen to them. You should go there and meet Saptami. She will be happy then. After I get my salary,
I’ll buy a conch and take it to her. Whenever she plays that conch
while praying.. ..she’ll think about me. Come on! Have the grains. Come on! Pandey.
– Yes, sir? Do you know why I feed
the pigeons every morning? My name is Suraj.
When the sun rises.. ..pigeons come here for their dose.
– Yes, sir. You are like God. No. I am not God. I feed the pigeons to impress women. Come on! Pandey, feed the pigeons. Okay. I’m going to the riverbank. Okay. Come on. What’s wrong, Champa? Why do you
look upset on this beautiful morning? I chose you because I wanted
to enjoy beautiful mornings. But I am not lucky enough
to enjoy my life. What are you writing.. ..on the bark of this tree?
– I’m writing my birth chart. But I’ve realised that
the stars aren’t favouring me. You are Bhavani’s daughter,
aren’t you? Yes, I am Champa. Who are you? I am Suraj Agarwal. I am the owner of the cold storage
in the next neighbourhood. I know your father very well. But who is he? I don’t know him. My name is Pancham.
He is a very good singer. Really? Are you a good singer? Music is very nice. Please come and visit me. If you are Champa’s friend,
you are my friend, too. Do visit me. I’ll take your leave. I would like to enjoy
this cold breeze. Bye. See you later. Listen. I want to say something. Give up your music
and try to find a job. What are you saying?
You want the same thing like others! This is my order. Don’t you remember?
Saptami left you in my care. Now you’ll have to do what I say. So, you want me to quit music! I am not asking you to quit music.
I’m asking you to quit teaching music. Now you will have to get a job
and be a responsible man. Do you think I am irresponsible? Stop joking. Listen to me. That cold storage
owner Suraj Agarwal.. ..knows my father very well. Take a letter from dad
and meet him tomorrow. I’ve heard that he is hiring people. Suraj Agarwal is quite a helpful man. You are quite dangerous. You want to ruin my dream
of being a great artist. I don’t. I want to save you. Listen, I want to lead
a happy life with you. Let me tell you clearly,
I can’t get a job. Listen to me. If you want to spend
your life as a nomadic, I am going. Champa, listen to me. “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “When you smile with
those red lips..” “..I feel as if red roses
have blossomed.” “When you smile with
those red lips..” “..I feel as if red roses
have blossomed.” “Then my heart craves
your companionship.” “Then my heart craves
your companionship.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “When your eyes landed on me..” “..you brightened my heart.” “When your eyes landed on me..” “..you brightened my heart.” “So, music flows out of me.” “So, music flows out of me.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” Come in, Pancham. Hello. Why isn’t Champa with you? She didn’t come. You speak Bengali well. Yes. I know Bengali. Please don’t be formal with me. Of course, I will be. Gradually, we will develop
a lot of things. Come in, Mr. Leader. Have a seat.
– I am not here to sit. His mother died today. Oh no! He lost his mother! If you could…
– No ifs and buts. Why are you even asking me? Son, please don’t worry.
I am here to help you. I will bear the expenses of
your mother’s funeral. Yes. – Pandey! Yes, sir? – Give him money
for his mother’s funeral. Okay.
– He lost his mother. Go on, son. Go and organise
your mother’s funeral. Pandey, take them away. Mr. Leader. Do visit me in the evening. Okay. – We’ll discuss the problem
regarding labour recruitment. Okay.
– Yes. He lost his mother!
– I must say. You are really generous.
– No, that is not true. I won’t live for a long time. I hope you are not in a hurry. No, I am not in a hurry. I have time. Come with me.
I am building a new structure. Let’s go and have a look how
the work is going on. Come and visit me
with Champa some day. Don’t worry. I’ll do everything for
you. – Okay, I’ll bring her along. Let’s go. Uncle! Uncle! What’s the matter?
What are you so happy about? I think I’ll get a job
with Mr. Agarwal. He has promised. My dad is not home.. ..whom you wanted to share this news
with. You may come back later. Champa! Stop teasing him. He has just arrived.
Sit, Pancham. I’ll be right back. Actually, I wanted to share
the news with you. I know.
– You do! Then why did you try to chase me away?
– I wanted to see what you’d do. I wanted to see if you’ve changed
after getting a job. I’m doing this job for you. I’m
sacrificing myself at your request. If you hadn’t done that.. ..I would never have married you.
Do you understand? You wouldn’t… Uncle! What’s the matter? Nothing is wrong yet. But something
is going to be ruined now. I wont’ spare them! I won’t! Who won’t you spare?
What are you saying? I’m talking about Chameli’s in-laws. They’ve sent a divorce notice
for Chameli. Did they think I’d tolerate
everything quietly? I’ll fight a case
and teach them a good lesson. Don’t worry, dear.
I am still here with you. I assure you. No one will be
able to harm you. But we need a lot of money
to fight a case. I don’t care. I will spend
as much money as required. I will sell this house if needed. Chameli! I will never accept Chameli’s
humiliation and her sorrows. Stop it! What’s wrong with you? There is a reason behind this. I have a few days off at the hospital. Even if it’s late,
let’s go for our honeymoon. What do you mean?
– We are going out for a few days. Really?
– Absolutely true! Basu! Are you sleeping? It isn’t easy to sleep
while I you are around. Don’t you know that?
– Stop it! Listen to me. Your favourite, Saptami
is trying to control Deepak. Let me tell you how.
– What? She has started copying you! Within a few days,
she will defeat you.. ..and she’ll be on the top. Basu, you always say
such stupid things. Listen to me first. Just a while ago, Deepu informed me.. ..that he took a few days off to go
to honeymoon with his wife. I’m sure this is that wretch’s idea. Didn’t you tell me.. ..that dad took you on a honeymoon
because you requested. Shut up! I am so different from Saptami. She has nothing special.
Why does she want to go out? Listen, mom. It doesn’t matter
if she is special or not.. ..you don’t need to use it
to create a rift between them. How could you say that to me? Do you think I create
rifts between people? No, I didn’t mean to say…
– Enough! Switch off the light and go to sleep. Mom! Deepa, welcome. We have some urgent work. So, I had to come to you. Yes, we couldn’t have come here
otherwise. I have a heavy workload. You hang on. Mom, tell me how you are. I’m not good.
– Why, mother? Don’t even ask me.
Deepu is leaving his work behind.. ..to take that shameless woman
to honeymoon. Honeymoon! That means
a lot of expenditure! There is no need to waste money. No one wants to hear that. Village women know a lot of things. You never know, Saptami might have
cast a spell on Deepu. – Right. She has cast a spell on Basu, too.
– Yes, she is. He never even raised his voice on me.. ..but today he said such bad things. Let’s not discuss about Basu.
Mom, my husband wants something. He wants a gold chain. Gold is quite cheap nowadays. So, I want to buy one now. That will be beneficial.
– What did you say, Deepa? Rajat wants a chain?
– Yes, I wish to. Is he a dog, who wears
a chain around his neck? Basu, can’t you talk
to me without taunting? You know, company rubs off on you. 9I’ve learnt it in your company. What did you say he wants? Basu, he wants to wear a gold chain. So, he needs money. He has been in need of money
since he married you. And mom gives him whatever he wants. What are you trying to say? Instead of Rajat,
you should’ve been named Laundry man. What? What do you mean? – A laundry man’s
job is to pull the dirt out of. What?
– Yes. You are trying to pull
everything from us. He wants a gold chain. It’s okay. Have a safe journey.
Inform us after you reach. It’s okay. Don’t pretend to be a good person. Mom!
– They decided to go out. I’ve been asking Deepu.. ..to take us to Haridwar. Deepa, stop it. Haridwar is a holy place. You
shouldn’t even look in that direction. Hari, put the bags in the car.
Hurry up. Bye, mom. Bye, Basu.
– It’s okay. Have a safe journey. Let’s go, Saptami.
We are getting late. Bye, Deepa. Take care. Joga, what are you doing here alone? I’m practising flute playing
like Lord Krishna. It’s good that you’re learning
to play flute. But why drag Lord Krishna into this? Lord Krishna’s flute would
attracted the women. Let me see if I can attract
any with my flute. I see. You aren’t happy with Rupasi. You need more women!
Wait. I’m going to inform Rupasi. Go ahead. Kanhai, please don’t go! Oh no! I wonder what will happen now. Oh no! Oh God! Oh no! Rupasi, it’s you! Look! Rupasi, have a look. I am… You aren’t Rupasi. You are Ekadashi. Oh God!
What’s wrong with me? I had dogs instead of women
and Ekadashi instead of Rupasi. They’ve left! Where is she? Rupasi, it’s you.
– Did you see anyone else? That isn’t possible. You are my present and future. I hope you remember that you
have to meet my dad tomorrow. I have to go to your dad with
the proposal of our marriage. How can I forget that? – Think
about what you want from my dad. Why?
– My dad is a miser. If you ask for a car,
he will give you a scooter. If you ask for a scooter,
he’ll give you a bicycle. Do you get it? I get it. Do you think I am a fool? Wait and watch what I demand.. ..from your father. What’s the matter? I am here.
– I can see that. But why are you alone?
Where is your gang? What do you mean? – People like you
go to people’s houses to dance.. ..after marriage and childbirth. Do you really think I am an eunuch? I’m here with a marriage proposal. Marriage? Who do you want to marry?
– I want to marry your wife. What? Who do you want to marry? Your wife. You scoundrel! How dare you? I have heard.
– What have you heard? You are a miser.
You give less than what is asked for. That’s why, I am saying that
I want to marry your wife. Then you will get me married
to your daughter, at least. I get it. Wait. I will make arrangements
for your wedding. Oh wow! Where is my bamboo stick? Why do you need a bamboo stick?
– You really want to know! Why? I’ll show that to you soon. Where is my stick?
– Oh no! I think both, the bamboo sticks and
bamboo flutes are dangerous for me. Why are you leaving?
You just arrived. Stay. No, actually… – I am very happy
that you’re going to get a job. If you get a job,
at least, your uncle… ..will stop donating money. Then you won’t behave as a nomadic. Being a musician isn’t
being a nomadic. Pancham, do you have news of Saptami? How is she? – I’m going to meet her
and give her the news of my job. If she hears about my job,
she won’t be able to sleep all night. Guard, you may sleep here in peace.
I’m going to meet my sister. Saptami will be really happy
to see me. – Wait! How did you enter the house? Why do you come here so often? I want to meet my sister. Really? Or does your sister use you
to smuggle things out of this house? No. That’s why, we have several things
missing from the house. – What? The other day, we couldn’t find.. ..an expensive camera we had.
– What are you saying? I’m talking about Chameli’s in-laws. They’ve sent a divorce
notice for Chameli. Stop staring. Your sister isn’t home.
She has gone out for several days. She has gone out! She didn’t inform me. – Do we need to
inform you before doing anything? Mom, did you hear? His sister tells
him everything about this family. I beg of you. Please don’t say
such things about my sister. Please accept her. She doesn’t know how to express
herself. – She may not know that. But she knows how to control people. She also knows how to smuggle
things out of this house. No. That’s a lie! I swear on your life.. ..that my sister can
never do such a thing. She can never do
something so disgusting. Stop creating a scene
and leave from here. Come on, Deepa. “Even if I never see her again,
I’ll feel her presence around me.” “Even if I never see her again,
I’ll feel her presence around me.” “The conch in the temple will
remind me of her presence.” Why am I crying?
Saptami didn’t tell me anything. I shouldn’t be the only one in pain. She has gone out of station. She must be enjoying herself. But she will be really happy.. ..when she comes back
and hears about my job. “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The clouds are luring us
with new dreams.” “I want to be a part of that dream.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “I look into your eyes and want to
find what I’ve been waiting for.” “I look into your eyes and want to
find what I’ve been waiting for.” “The rain creates
a mesmerising music.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “These waves create
an upheaval in my heart.” “These waves create
an upheaval in my heart.” “Let’s drift away in
the stream of love.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The clouds are luring us
with new dreams.” “I want to be a part of that dream.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “The rain is mocking us with its
music while we can’t go out.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” “I don’t like to stay confined
to the house.” Pancham, I was looking for you. You were looking for me? Why?
– Agarwal has given you a job, right? I haven’t got a job yet,
but he has promised to give me one. I’ve heard that he is
a very generous man. I’m in a very bad state
due to my son’s illness. I’m about to lose everything. Should I go to Mr. Agarwal
to seek help? Of course, you should go.
– If he likes you so much.. ..you should talk to him about me.
– No need. I don’t need to say anything.
He is really generous. He can’t see anyone in pain. I’m going to him.
– May God bless him. I hope he does well in life.
– I’ll take your leave now. It isn’t right to beg to anyone. No, I’m doing this
because my son is unwell. Begging to someone is
also a kind of sickness. Pancham, please say something.
Please try to explain. Uncle Nitya really needs money.
– Shut up! Do you think you need to
explain anything to me? Don’t you think
I am intelligent enough? You can see my wealth.
I have used my brains.. ..to achieve so much. There was a time when I didn’t
even have a proper shawl. I used to turn cold during the winter. But now I am the owner
of a cold-storage. How did I do that?
Because I am intelligent. No, you spend money for
that boy’s mother’s funeral. So…
– Yes. I can give money
for someone’s funeral. If you die, I’ll bear
your funeral expenses. But I can’t give money to anyone
because he wants to live. Besides.. ..I don’t have the right to save
anyone, if God wants to kill them. If I try to save such a person,
God may get angry with me. You don’t help anyone
save their lives! No, I don’t. If I help a living person, he will
seek help every time he is in need. But if I help a dead person.. ..he won’t come,
to me again to seek help. You should go and
try to find some work. So, Mr. Artist, how are you? Did you find a job? How is Champa? How is she? Fine. You told me that you’d give me a job.
So, I am relaxed. How will I give you a job?
What will you do in my factory? I don’t own a music school. But if Champa recommends you… But you had promised to give me a job. Yes, I had told you that. That day I had noticed
that you wanted to work. So, I thought I’d find a job for you. Besides, I was doing you
a favour because.. ..Champa is your friend. Are you in a hurry? Yes, I am in a hurry. ‘Thank God, I didn’t inform Saptami.’ ‘Or she’d be really hurt.’ There is nothing to worry about. Do me a favour. Bring Champa to me. If Champa recommends you,
I’ll give you a job. What are you doing? The next time I see you,
I will take you to the funeral pyre. Why didn’t you say anything? Before Pancham can harm
a hair on my head, I’ll ruin him. Physical pain is nothing compared
to emotional agony. I don’t understand what
you’re trying to say. Since I am exposed before Pancham.. ..there is no harm in taking advantage
of that. – What do you mean? Do me a favour. You know Champa, right? Abduct her
and bring her to my farm house. Pancham! Pancham! He promised to meet me here. Where is he?
– So what if Pancham isn’t here? We are ten people here. We are his replacement.
– Ill-mannered rascals! Why don’t you teach us manners?
– Who are you? My name is Dishu.
It’s my job to serve others. Let me go!
– Drag her! Help! Let me go! Hey! All your services.. ..will be required for yourself. Hit him! Pancham! What’s wrong? Move! Why did you do this, Chameli? Why…
– She did the right thing. She fulfilled her duties
as a daughter. She didn’t want me to sell this house
to contest her divorce case. So, she made sure that I stay free. Do you know what she has
written in this letter? If a father can’t be happy after
getting her daughter married.. ..the daughter needs to free
her father by killing herself. Sister! My daughter has
written something else. If this death awakens this village
not to demand dowry.. I will be really happy.
– Even if Chameli is happy.. ..I won’t let someone else
live happily. I won’t spare him. Come here! Get up! We welcomed you in this house
on your wedding day. Today, I’ll help you dress up and
drag you to the funeral ground. Why should women die only? You scoundrel! Greedy man! Today, people see how husbands die
with their wives. – Spare me. Why did your family act like beggars? Why did they need dowry every month? Come on!
– Let him go, Pancham. Those, who can’t respect their wives
because of greed, are like insects. I don’t care what I’ve lost. Don’t ruin your life by hurting him. Uncle! You are living because of him. Look at the difference
between you and him! Go away! I hope you regret
being alive all your life. You should be regretful! Go away! Pancham. Chameli! Chameli! You should be ashamed of yourself. How could you spend so much money
for your enjoyment? I spent the money!
– Who else? You know what spell you’ve
cast on my brother. You’ve spent your entire life
looking at the village pond. Why would you even dream of looking
at the sea and the mountains? Listen, we’ve fired two servants,
who used to cook and clean the house. You wasted the money. So, you’ll have
to work and save money. What? You want Saptami to do
the servants’ jobs! Yes. Don’t interfere in
the household matters. Mom, you are women. Don’t you feel
ashamed to hurt another woman? Please tell me. Don’t you feel bad? Deepa, do you come here so often
to help mom in these things? Basu!
– Tell me something. Your talented son-in-law is taking
so much money from this family. Saptami has spent a very
small portion of that. Mom, ask Basu to leave from here. Or I will leave this house. I don’t think you have
the sense to leave this house. Did you notice how
she is controlling.. ..her brother-in-law, too.
– Mother. Right. There is no need
to shed crocodile tears. Go and get to work.
Come with me, mom. Basu supports Saptami all the time. I think there is a reason behind that. A reason! What could it be? I think Saptami and Basu have
an affair. – What are you saying? Why do you sound surprised? Your brother is getting old and is
unmarried. Such things are normal. But if I ever see anything.. ..I won’t spare him.
– Quiet. Saptami is coming. Have dinner. What have you cooked?
How can a human being eat this food? This food is fit for cattle. She has cooked for cattle! Then you should eat it. I’ll cook for you again. Wait! Let me taste. Wow! It’s delicious.
This built my appetite. Go and get dinner for me. I think I know why you like it. Deepu, your wife doesn’t
want to do anything. If she continues like this,
she’ll become obese. So, I was thinking.. ..that I should fire another
servant… – Mom! Why are you saying this to me?
Mom, my job is to save patients. And your job is to take care
of the household. So, you may do whatever you like.
Bye, mom. Saptami, I’m going. Listen, do whatever mom says. Saptami, do the dishes and clean
the drawing room. I’m going for shopping with mom.
– Let’s go, mom. – Yes. Saptami! Pancham! Saptami! Why are you crying? No, it’s nothing. First something went into my eye. Then these are tears of joy
after meeting you. I couldn’t control my tears. So, how are you? Can’t you see how I am? C’mon, let’s go upstairs. Where is your mother-in-law? There is no need to meet anyone.
Have these sweets quickly. Why would I hurry up?
I’ll eat them at ease. Sit here. I want to
tell you so many things. I’ll listen to you some other day.
Have these sweets and leave from here. Why? I want to stay here
for some more time. Why are you trying to chase me away?
– So that no one else can do that. Have sweets, my sweet brother. The sweets are delicious. How dare you? Just because we weren’t at home.. ..you tried to give sweets
to your brother! Mother, my brother has
arrived after a long time. Can’t I give him sweets?
– Shut up! You didn’t bring any dowry along. Why do you think you can
feed this beggar? Let alone having these sweets.. ..he wouldn’t even have seen them. He roams around here
because he wants these things. Didn’t I tell you they sneak things
out of this house in secret? Sweets wouldn’t be the only thing.
What if he has taken money, too? Saptami, they are… – They are
right. Why do you come here? Do you come to rich people’s houses
to eat expensive sweets? They insult you so much.
Don’t you have any shame? You beggar! Go away from here! Go away from here! Get out of here! Get out of here!
I don’t want to see your face again. Pretence! Let’s go, Deepa. ‘They insult you so much.
Don’t you have any shame?’ ‘You beggar! Go away from here!’ Pancham! What’s the matter? What happened? Come with me. What’s the matter?
Why are you lying in the dark? Why are you sleeping in the evening?
Aren’t you feeling well? No, I am not sleeping.
From now on, I won’t sleep. Why do you say that? Who asked you to marry me and
keep me in this golden cage? Tell me! Answer me!
– What’s the matter, Saptami? My brother and I didn’t
have much to spend. But we were happy. Who had asked you to take me
away from my family.. ..and keep me here as a prisoner? I am a human being. I have emotions. Expensive clothes and jewellery aren’t
enough to give honour to your wife. The real honour is to accept her past
and to be a part of her life. You didn’t do that. – Saptami!
– Now you will have to pay.. ..for each drop of tear
my brother has shed. I won’t tolerate quietly. I’m informing you beforehand.
– Listen, Saptami. “I won’t pray to You to protect
me when I am in problem.” “Don’t let me be afraid
at the face of problem.” “Even if you don’t pacify me
when my heart is sorrowful..” “..but help me win over my sorrows.” “I won’t pray to You to protect
me when I am in problem.” “Don’t let me be afraid
at the face of problem.” “If I don’t find any companionship,
I shouldn’t become weak either.” “My family has only given me
rejection and mistreatment.” “I shouldn’t accept defeat.” “I won’t pray to You to protect
me when I am in problem.” “Don’t let me be afraid
at the face of problem.” “I don’t want You to rescue me.” “I just want to continue living.” “Even if You don’t reduce my burden..” “..make sure I am able to carry it.” “Even when I am in writhing in agony,
I will recognise you.” “On the night of sorrow, when I
can’t see anything properly..” “..I never want to doubt
your intentions.” “I won’t pray to You to protect
me when I am in problem.” “Don’t let me be afraid
at the face of problem.” Can you give me another cup of tea?
– Why don’t you ask Saptami? What is she doing in the kitchen
since morning? – What do you expect? She is trying to make
half-fried eggs for you. Eat it. Did you hear what Basu just said?
– Yes, I did. Don’t instigate Basu now. We’ll need his signature to withdraw
money from the bank for my husband. Wow! So, this is how you are
taking your brothers’ money. Saptami! – Why doesn’t your
husband need so much money? Are your in-laws a family of beggars? Didn’t they get any money
from your dowry? Whatever my family gives me.. Why do you care?
– I should care. Everything in this house
belongs to me. Don’t I need to think about my future? Now that you are here.. ..who is giving massages
to your mother-in-law? Saptami! Basu wants another cup of tea.
Go and give this to him. One more thing.
There is no cooking gas. We need to cook on coal stove. After you give tea to Basu,
break some coals. You want me to break the coals!
I don’t know how to do that. What? If you can break
other people’s marriages.. ..why can’t you break coals? How dare you say that to me? Let go of my hand! You are hurting me! She is a hooligan! Basu! I am a village girl. I’ve broken many
tree branches with my hands. Your hand is not strong enough. Oh no!
– Mom! Let me see your hand. Poor you! You may be released from the hospital,
but you haven’t recovered yet. Your vocal cord is ruined. Have this medicine regularly. Yes, I get it. You don’t want me to
tell anything to Saptami. Okay. But how will I
hide this from myself? You wretched man! Pancham is there.
– Give me. Come here. Have ‘jilipi’. Why? – Joga, why
would he have ‘jilipi’? We can’t feed him something so cheap. You should have ‘rosogolla’ instead. Try them, Pancham. They are fresh. ‘Let alone having these sweets..’ ‘..he wouldn’t even have seen them.’ ‘Why do you come here often?’ ‘I want to meet my sister.’ ‘Shut up! You didn’t bring
any dowry along.’ ‘Why do you think you can
feed this beggar?’ ‘Sweets wouldn’t be the only thing.’ ‘What if he has taken money, too?
Saptami, they are…’ ‘They are right.
Why do you come here?’ ‘Do you come to rich people’s houses
to eat expensive sweets?’ ‘I don’t want to see your face again.’ ‘They insult you so much.
Don’t you have any shame?’ ‘You beggar! Go away from here!’ Ma’am, please let me borrow Rs 200. My brother is really unwell.
I want to buy medicines for him. So, you want leave along with money. Let me go for two days. I will meet my brother.
– We won’t give you money. Get back to work.
– That wretch has encouraged them. The servants seem to have
forgotten their place. Mother. Give me the key to the cupboard.
I want money. Why do you need money? I will give money to Hari.
He will buy medicines for his brother. I’ve refused Hari. You have done your job.
Let me do mine. You aren’t doing the right thing
by doing whatever you please. I know I have to act
as per the requirement. I wasn’t like this. You have taught me.. ..how I need to act to be
a part of this family. Tell me if you’ll give me
the key or not. Or should I call a key-maker and…
– No! I didn’t refuse. Take the key. Keep the money, Hari. Why are you giving me so much money? How will I pay you back?
– I will make you pay back. When you buy medicines for
your brother and he recovers.. ..I will get my payback
through your happy tears. Take the money, Hari. Take it. Don’t wait anymore.
Go home immediately. Ma’am, you are like an angel to me.
– Don’t say that. I don’t want to be an angel.
I want to remain a human being. I am a human with emotions. Why did you bring sweets?
– You won’t understand. If you want to extract money
from someone.. ..you need to please them
by bringing sweets. What have you brought, Rajat? It’s nothing. I went to a village.. ..to meet my friend Suraj Agarwal. On my way back,
I’ve brought sweets for you. Sweets from a village! No one in our family
eats such sweets. I’ll ask the guard to give these
sweets to the dogs. – Saptami! You taught this to me,
didn’t you, mother? Disgusting! Listen, Basu. I can’t tolerate
Saptami’s insolence anymore. If needed, ask them to be separated. Why do you want to separate her? You may treat her like Deepa. Like Deepa!
– Yes. Why not? She left her family.. ..to live with you. Is that so? She is here to throw us out. You will find that out soon. Some passengers begs to others
to give him some place.. ..but when he finds some, he doesn’t
want to move an inch for others. What do you mean? – I mean,
you are like bus passengers. You were different when
you arrived in this house. And now as the mother-in-law,
you doubt your daughter-in-law. Stop it! You give too much lecture. I’m fed up of your preachings. My words never reached your heart. You love your daughter
even after she is married. Then why can’t you
love your daughter-in-law? Blood is thicker than water. Deepu, Saptami is not
listening to mom or me. She has started showing
in her true colours. You may be worried about all that. I just worry about my patients. If any harm comes to my patients,
their family members won’t spare me. But what will you do, brother?
– Why? What’s wrong? How will you live with her
all your life? I knew this would happen. I had warned you to marry
some nice woman. But you married an uncouth woman
just because she is beautiful. You didn’t check if she has
money or not. Am I right? You care so much about
your brother’s life. You think your brother is very sweet. But when my brother came, you couldn’t
offer him a few sweets, right? Saptami, you can’t be
rude to your elders. I’m going. No! I can’t eat this food. What kind of food is this?
– Wait! This food was prepared with
someone’s hard-earned money. You have no right to throw it away. Hari!
– Yes, ma’am? Take money from Rajat
and buy whatever.. ..he likes to eat. Sir, give me money. What? You want me to give you money? I don’t have money. Have it. Water? Why? If you can’t eat this food.. ..and you don’t even have
the money to buy food.. ..you will have to spend the night
with the help of water. Here, have it. Deepak, are you going to sleep? No, why?
– I wanted to say.. ..that I need to warn you
about something. I mean, you shouldn’t be so generous. Letting Saptami be so
friendly to Basu.. ..isn’t right. You don’t stay at home all day.
Basu isn’t married. I hope you understand
what I am trying to say. Deepak, he has some needs, doesn’t he? If you keep the fuel and the fire
together, you’ll cause a disaster. You are right. And if someone keeps
a snake like you.. ..it is sure to bite.
– I am not lying. You don’t do anything properly. You didn’t get married and now you
are disgracing your family. Now you have wrong kind
of relations with Saptami. Even if I didn’t do
anything properly.. ..I’ll definitely do one thing. I’ve not been treating
Saptami like my sister-in-law.. ..but as my younger sister. You were so busy taking advantage of
us that you didn’t even notice that. If you ever look in this direction
with that filthy mouth.. ..I’ll break your bones. Swine! Scoundrel! Hari.
– Yes, ma’am? Go and keep this suitcase in the car. Wait! You came here with only one suitcase. Why do you have two extra
bags on your way out? What will your family think about you? They’ll accuse you of trying to
wring things out of your family. So, I think… Leave these bags here.
I’ll ask Hari to drop them. Saptami! – Inform me
before you come next time. I’ll send a car for you. You don’t need to tell me
how I’d come to my family home. Saptami! What are you doing? Why did you take her bags?
Why is this making you happy? It didn’t make her happy,
but it will please you. You told Pancham that expensive things
were going missing from this house. You’ll find the answers in these bags. Deepa, before you come
to this house again.. Let me know what you need. I’ll buy everything for you. Then you won’t have to.. ..steal anything from this house. Take them. Deepa! You’ve hatched this conspiracy. You think I don’t understand anything! Fine. Let Deepak come home tonight. Either you will stay here or I will. Mother! Hurry up! I’ll take care of everything. How is she now? Why are you quiet? Tell me how mom is. The surgery is over,
but we need a lot of blood. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Mom is in this state because of you. Deepu, no one is responsible for this.
It’s an accident. You are worried about mom’s wounds, so
you can’t see the wounds at her heart. Anyway, forget it. Go and arrange blood for mom. Mom has a rare blood group. It’s
impossible to find it immediately. I will donate blood. You will donate blood!
– Yes. I will give as much as required. But your blood group
should match with hers. It’s the same. My uncle is a doctor. My husband is a doctor.
I know my blood group. I am a universal donor. I’m sure I can donate to mother. Don’t wait, Basu. Ask him to start working immediately. Deepu, if she is right,
what are you waiting for? Come with me. Basu, don’t let mother know.. ..that I donated blood to her. If she finds out that
I donated blood to her.. ..she won’t be happy. Saptami! Mom! What? Where are we? We are with
a loan shark. – What do you mean? A businessman from Kolkata,
Suraj Agarwal is my friend. We can’t take money from your family. So, I asked Suraj Agarwal
to lend me some money for business. You could’ve met him in Kolkata.
– No. He says that Kolkata is not a good
place to discuss such things. So, he invited us to
this cold-storage bungalow. But why did you bring me along?
You won’t understand that. Men can fool such rich fools
if the wives are along. But I think I’ve seen
this place before. Is this Saptami’s village?
– Don’t say that to Agarwal. If Agarwal finds out that those
beggars are our relatives.. ..my plans will be ruined. What is ruined, Rajat? Nothing is ruined. I was thinking that we shouldn’t
ruin this beautiful day. Yes, you are right. You are absolutely right. I have never met her. She is my life partner.
– Life partner! Humans don’t have a long life. What will the partner do
after one loses his life? Jisu!
– Yes, boss? Have you made all the arrangements?
– Yes, boss. Rajat, you may go with them. Have dinner and enjoy yourself. We will discuss business later. You may go with them.
I’ll talk to your partner. Sure, talk to her. Sit here. I’ll be back soon.
– Where are you going? – Let’s go. Come with me. Come in. Come in and sit down. Now we will discuss love. What are you saying? Let me go! Let me go! What is the harm if I enjoy
with my partner’s life partner? You are like a father to me. Of course. People lovingly call me father. Give me some more. Let me go! Please let me go!
– Listen to me. If you want your husband to get
something, you’ll have to compromise. It’s the give-and-take policy. We don’t want money. Please let me go. I need a lot of things from you. Let me go! It’s nothing.
Don’t worry. Have another drink. Help! Who is that? What’s going on? Drink with us, friend. Let me go to Deepa. You don’t need to go to Deepa. Deepa is fine. Sit down and drink. Is she fine?
– Sit down. Give it to me. Let me go, you scoundrel! Here you go! What are you waiting for?
Catch her! She is running away! C’mon, catch her! Help! Help! Hey! Well done. Well done. C’mon, let me love you. Hit him! Hit him! Catch him! He hit me! I’ll hit him! Please forgive me! Spare me! Run! Run! Pancham! I don’t know how to apologise to you. I’ve been so unfair to you. Yet, you saved me from
being dishonoured. Disgusting! If your greed is bigger
than my honour.. ..you have no right to touch my body. From now on, you won’t touch me. What are you doing? Lift your feet. Deepu has asked you to rest.
Where were you going? I want to see if that woman is
taking advantage of my situation.. ..and using this as
an opportunity to relax.. ..instead of taking care
of the chores. You’ve just arrived.
Why worry about all that? I won’t be able to tell you
why she is lying down. But you need to lie down. Come on. What are you doing, Hari? Ma’am, why did you
do this to yourself? Hari, let go of my feet.
– Why? If you could share my joys and be
happy after my brother’s recovery.. ..why can’t I take care of you
and share your pain? Hari, go out. Go on, Hari. Your love and care will
bring me back to health. Basu, how is mother?
– She is fine. Now, get well soon, sister.
Otherwise, I won’t be happy. Finally, you had to donate blood
to bring mom back to health. Had any harm come to her.. ..I wouldn’t be able to forgive
myself. That much blood.. ..wasn’t a big deal. Even if I die after saving mother.. ..I’d consider it as my victory. Where were you all these days? What could I do? I had to forgo all
shyness and come to visit you. I’m here, yet you
aren’t even looking at me. You aren’t even talking to me.
What’s wrong with you? Pancham, what is wrong with you? Why don’t you say anything? Say something. C’mon, say something. Oh no! You don’t need to write anything.
I’ve understood. I understand your emotions. I understand. Why did you do this to me, Pancham? Why did you do this to yourself? Saptami! Saptami! Saptami! Saptami! Saptami! Saptami! Saptami, everything is ruined. Everything is ruined! Everything is ruined! What’s wrong with you?
Why are you crying? After you left us.. ..Pancham lost his voice. No! No! – Pancham doesn’t sing anymore. He can’t even speak. He can’t speak. I’m going, Saptami. Pancham is all alone. If possible, come and save
your darling brother. Save him. I’ll go to him.
I’ll go to him right now. I’ll go to him. Brother! Pancham! – Saptami!
What is this? What are you doing? You can’t go there in this state. If I could donate blood
to save your mother.. ..why can’t I go to my brother
when he is in trouble? I am not trying to stop you. But how can you go there
in this state? – I can. He is my life.
I will manage to go there. I won’t listen to anyone today. Let me go! Please let me go! Pancham! Pancham!
– Saptami, listen. Saptami! – Wait, Saptami.
– You can’t go like this. Saptami. Let her go, mom. I’m sure no harm will come to her. Go on, dear. No harm will come to her!
Why? What great deed has she done? What do you mean? Had Saptami not been here,
you wouldn’t be with us today. What? – You couldn’t accept her
because she wasn’t your blood. But she donated blood to you
and saved your life. What?
– Yes. Accept her if you can. Pancham! Call me by my name. Say my name. Say my name. C’mon! Say my name. Please say my name. C’mon, say my name. Say my name right now. Say my name. You won’t! You won’t, right? “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” “No one is seen around.
No one seems to be in a hurry.” “Everything is quiet there.” “Its look has changed.” “That house is just
a few feet down the road.” “Its look has changed
within one night.” “No one is seen around.
No one seems to be in a hurry.” “Everything is quiet there.” “Its look has changed.” “Wedding bells have chased her away
from the territory of the village.” “Wedding bells have chased her away
from the territory of the village.” “Her favourite chair and
table look like ruins.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” “I wish she is always happy.” “I wish this separation doesn’t
bring sadness in her life.” “I wish she is always happy.” “Even if I never see her again..” “..I’ll feel her presence around me.” “Even if I never see her again..” “..I’ll feel her presence around me.” “The conch in the temple will
remind me of her presence.” “The conch in the temple will
remind me of her presence.” “The incense stick in the temple
will bring her fragrance.” “Its look has changed.” “Its look has changed.” Saptami! Pancham! Pancham! My brother! Wow! This is great! You are enjoying each other’s
company in secret! Move away from my way. Let me do my job. Then you will be able to enjoy
the celebrations. – Your job! – Yes. If you could donate blood to me.. ..why can’t I do anything? Wait and watch how I
bring everyone together. I need a wife for this son of mine. So, I brought Champa along
on my way here. Come here, dear. Look! They look so nice together. Come here, dear. Come to me. Wow! All is well that ends well. “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “I mistake your hair
to be the dark clouds.” “Your jet black hair swings
in the slightest breeze.”

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