Barkane | বর কনে | Bengali Romantic Movie | English Subtitle | Prosenjit, Indrani Haldar, June Malia

Barkane | বর কনে | Bengali Romantic Movie | English Subtitle | Prosenjit, Indrani Haldar, June Malia


“After exchanging garlands
on the day of the wedding..” “..two people come together.” “When love blossoms in the hearts..” “..of two people, they come closer.” “The bride and groom.” “After exchanging garlands
on the day of the wedding..” “..two people come together.” “When love blossoms in the hearts..” “..of two people, they come closer.” “The bride and groom.” “The bride and groom.” “This bond is for eternity.
Marriages are made in heaven.” “That’s why, even
at the first meeting..” “..couples feel like they’ve
known each other forever.” “This bond is for eternity.
Marriages are made in heaven.” “That’s why, even
at the first meeting..” “..couples feel like they’ve
known each other forever.” “Couples are made to
live and die together.” “After exchanging garlands
on the day of the wedding..” “..two people come together.” “When love blossoms in the hearts..” “..of two people, they come closer.” “The bride and groom.” “Those, who are always together,
be it joys or sorrows..” “..are able to help each other
realise their dreams.” “Those, who are always together,
be it joys or sorrows..” “..are able to help each other
realise their dreams.” “They sing the same tune,
whether awake or dreaming.” “After exchanging garlands
on the day of the wedding..” “..two people come together.” “When love blossoms in the hearts..” “..of two people, they come closer.” “The bride and groom.” “After exchanging garlands
on the day of the wedding..” “..two people come together.” “When love blossoms in the hearts..” “..of two people, they come closer.” “The bride and groom.” Here, look. There are all sorts of
eligible women listed in my register. I’ve written their names, addresses,
age, details and even family history. A to Z. Now just get out of here. Sandip won’t marry now. – Pretty,
educated, and efficient in chores… Bannerjee, Mukherjee, Chatterjee,
Bhattacharya, Chakraborty, Bose.. ..Sengupta, Purkayasth, Batakdal,
Bairagi, Haldar, Karmakar.. ..Bhowmik, Dutta, Ray…
– Listen to me. I have no wish to get my
son married now. – No! Getting married at a young age
is better than waiting till late. Otherwise, he’ll become like me.
40 years old with grey hair. Vision and hearing have become weak
and knees pain, too. No woman is ready to look at me. Stop laughing like that. Shut up!
– Okay. Now leave from here. Here, look at these pictures. Here are women’s photos.
You may choose someone for your son. Your daughter-in-law will give you
a massage when you’re tired. You are crazy. I’ve been trying to
tell you that my son is very young. I won’t get him married now.
– Ma’am! You’ve given me a headache.
– Ma’am. Ma’am, please wait. Ma’am! – Hey! Why are you
following her upstairs? Upstairs!
– Stop or I’ll kill you. You idiot! Stop it right now.
– He is irritating me. Mom, what is the matter? This man is irritating me. Look! This is my son, Sandip.
He is still in college, too young! I’m glad that he is in college. I’m going to college, but… Who are you?
– I’m a matchmaker. A matchmaker! Now get out of this house. C’mon.
– Wait! But Sandip’s dad.. ..I mean, your husband, Mr. Shibshankar
Bandopadhyay called me here. Dad called you here!
– Yes. He called me to find a match for you. Mom…
– I don’t know. Your dad hasn’t spoken to me
in this regard. He says this. Listen, if dad has called you here.. ..then go and talk to him.
– I’m here to talk to him. But he has gone out for business.
– Out! Where? He has gone to Shankarpur.
– Shankarpur! Shankarpur in Medinipur?
– Yes. My village is there. I’ll go there day after tomorrow.
– What’s the problem then? Go and find dad there. Okay. I’ll find him. “I’ve found the moon…”
– Sir, I’ve been looking for you. Who are you?
– I am Pandit Rathpujo Tundu. Pandit Rathpujo…
– Tundu. I’m a matchmaker. I conduct
many auspicious occasions.. ..and chant mantras for
everyone’s benefit. I’m Pandit Rathpujo Tundu. I was born in Shankarpur. But currently, I live and work
in Tollygonge, Kolkata. Auspicious occasions… You are a… Matchmaker!
– Yes, I am. ‘I’ll help you with everything.’ ‘Whenever you are in trouble,
think about me. I’ll protect you.’ Those are Saint Loknath’s words. I am one of his disciples.
– Glory to him. By his grace, I am here with all
the details about eligible matches. Okay, but why? Actually, I wanted to see you
at the sea-beach… Sea-beach…
– See… Look at that wave! Wow! Look at the sea. Sir.
– Yes? She is a beautiful lady.
– Yes. Hey! Look at me, instead of looking at her. Why did you come here to meet me
instead of meeting me in Kolkata? I went to your house in Kolkata. But your wife didn’t wasn’t friendly
to me. She rejected my ideas. She told me that she wouldn’t
get her son married now. How could she say that?
She’ll have to get her son married. Hello!
– Who are you greeting? What’s going on?
– I feel something. What do you feel?
– I’m crazy about her. Crazy man! Stop waving at her. Stop waving at her right now. I am talking to you.
– Are you? Come to Kolkata and meet me.. ..with the details of all
the eligible matches. And stop acting like a madman.
– You want me to meet you in Kolkata! You don’t need to say
anything to anyone. I’ll tell you everything. ‘Gorgeous Radha is walking down
a deserted street on a quiet night.’ ‘She is holding a pot full of water.’ ‘No one should hear her footsteps.’ ‘So, she is walking, while spilling..’ ‘..the water on the way.’ ‘Gorgeous Radha is going..’ ‘..to meet her beloved..’ ‘..the handsome Krishna.’ ‘No one should hear
the jingle of her anklets.’ ‘So, she is walking with
muted steps, slowly.’ What is this? V for Victory.
– Not at all. The exams start after two months. Then?
– I’m thinking about the same. I wonder how we’ll perform. I’m not worried about that.
I’m wondering something else. – What? Our college will be over
after ten days. – Yes. How will I meet you then? Why? You come to my house
everyday after college. What’s the problem?
– Yes. I will follow that routine
until I am able to.. ..take you to my house permanently. Shall we leave now?
– Yes. “What should I call you?” “Just let me know.” “What should I call you?” “Just let me know.” “Which flowers do you love?” “Just tell me their names.” “Call me whatever you want to..” “..just let me know.” “Call me whatever you want to..” “..just let me know.” “Give me the flowers you love.” “It doesn’t matter what they are.” “What should I call you?” “Just let me know.” “You don’t sound like a flute.” “But you do sound like
the jingling anklets.” “You look beautiful like the dusk.” “Your sweet voice echo in my heart.” “You don’t sound like a flute.” “But you do sound like
the jingling anklets.” “You look beautiful like the dusk.” “Your sweet voice echo in my heart.” “I have my heart enveloped
in your love.” “Which flowers do you love?
Just tell me their names.” “Call me whatever you want to,
just let me know.” “Lily or Violet,
tell me what should I call you?” “There are many flowers around you.
Just pick up the one you like.” “If I am a flower,
you will be a butterfly.” “So, choose the name you like
and write it down on my heart.” “I know you will be mine.
But I want you to promise me.” “Which flowers do you love?
Just tell me their names.” “Call me whatever you want to,
just let me know.” “Call me whatever you want to,
just let me know.” No. Never. My son is still very young.
I can’t get hi married at this age. Asha, your son is no more a child. He’s young enough to interact with girls. Shut up.
What are you saying? Do you know the outcome of getting
your son married at this age? Marriage will put
an end to his education. He’ll have kids after some time.
Sandeep’s career will be ruined. Listen.. Sandeep is 22 years old now. I married you when you I was 21. Did it ruin my career? As if you’ve achieved
something great in life. You’re a petty ‘dalal’ (broker)
of the share market. Hey don’t call me ‘dalal’ (broker). I’ll use the English word for it,
you’re a broker. Don’t call me a broker. I’m the owner of a brokers’ firm. Just look at the owner. I won’t let my son be
a worthless man like you. No.
– Yes. I know what your son will do. He is useless now,
but he will become a vagabond later. Don’t talk nonsense. Don’t irritate me, Asha. Don’t you know our family tradition
regarding marriage? – Yes, I know. One must get married before
the 25th birthday, right? Yes. Sandip will turn 25 after 3 years. If you get your son married now,
you’ll have a young daughter-in-law. You will be able to train and
mould her as per your liking. Think about that, too. – There is
nothing to think about, sir. I’m here.
– Mr. Ghatak! Come here and sit down. Sit down. Hurry up! Let me see the list of matches. I’ve brought the list.
But I’d like to eat something first. I’m starving.
– Yes, of course. Asha! You want to eat something!
I’ll get it. Give him the sweets I had brought.
– Sweets! Wow! I love sweets. You’ve brought good news for me. How can I not offer you sweets? Do you remember everything
I had said about dowry? Why worry? You’ll get what you want. What do you mean? Here are the sweets. I’ve got them. Eat as much as you want to.
– Of course. Keep eating. There is no need to rush. Why don’t you show me what you’ve
brought? – I’ve got them, sir. Didn’t I tell you that
I had brought them? What do you mean? Where are they? They didn’t want to come inside.
– Hey! Come in! Come in, everyone. They are the matches
and their fathers. What do you mean? They are just children. You wanted someone 18 years old.
– Yes. I searched a lot but couldn’t
find anyone of that age. So, I’ve brought two 9 year-old girls. Two 9 year-old girls!
– 9 plus 9. Two nines add up to 18.
I can count, you know. Besides.. ..you’ll have two daughters-in-law
instead of one. What?
– Oh no! Look! What a fool he is! Hey…
– Please listen. Please bless me, so that
I also have something. I will get you arrested for this! You want my son to marry two minors! They are children.
– Dad, let’s go. Let’s go.
– Yes, let’s go. Listen to me.
– Yes? This time, get an 18 year-old girl.
– Okay, sir. One can’t make the same mistake twice.
It can’t be that difficult. Why won’t I be able to find
an 18 year-old girl? This time, I will take you
to the girl’s house. Manda!
– What? You look beautiful.
Then why are you so rude? Why are you being so nasty to me? Listen to what I have to say.
– Say it quickly. I have lot of work. I can’t say it quickly.
First solve our matter. Will you leave from here?
– No, I won’t. I won’t leave you alone. Listen to me first. I want to say that Sandip
is such a young boy. His family is thinking
about his marriage. But we together…
I hope I didn’t hurt you. We are adults. Why don’t you finalise our matter? How dare you! Get out!
Get out of here! Just get out of here!
You wretched man! This is fine. Sandip, how are your studies going? Everything is fine. Study hard. I have news for you. It will help
you concentrate on your studies. We are looking for a match for you. I… As soon as your studies are over,
you will get married. What’s wrong with you?
Why are you discussing this now? Let him concentrate on his studies. I am saying this for his benefit. His benefit? Not at all! You aren’t bothered about his career. You just want to burden him
with marriage. When he roams around on a bike with
a girl, is it good for his career? When did he do that? “Which flowers do you like?” “Just tell me their names.” I don’t want to discuss this matter.
I just told you my decision. Both of you know that
I don’t change my decision. Brother. Who is it?
– Don’t you recognise me? I am your cousin, Surobala. Who?
– Surobala. Surobala! I’ve recognised you.
– Thanks. That’s okay. I’m meeting you after a long time.
– Yes, around after 20 years. Yes, you had gone to Darjeeling or
Assam after you became a widow.. I looked for you,
but couldn’t find you. How could you? I kept roaming around from Darjeeling
to Assam to Odisha to Agartala.. ..for work, so that
I could raise my son. Isn’t that Surobala? Yes, I am your sister-in-law. You look very tired. You don’t look as beautiful either. I’m still fit.
– Shut up! You have diabetes and
high blood pressure, too. Do you still have sweets? I do, but I don’t eat as many.
– Is that so? He doesn’t eat when the diabetes gets
worse, but as soon as he recovers… Where is your son? He is… – Yes, where is he?
He was so young then! He isn’t a child anymore. He is a young man now. He forced me to stop working
in tea estates. You should’ve brought him along.
– Yes. He has come along.
– Where is he? He is too shy to come in. What is there to be shy about?
Ask him to come in. Poltu!
– Glory to Goddess Tara! What happened?
– What is this? He is my son Poltu. Glory to Goddess Tara! He goes to different
places to meditate. So, he wanted to… I wanted to meditate
at my place of birth. So, I am here. What is this? He is my son, Poltu. Poltu, get up. Please get up. Offer your greetings to your aunt. Look at your aunt. Aunt, you are like a mother to me.
– That’s okay. There is no need to give me a foot
massage. – You are a mother to me. We want to stay here for a while. Oh no!
– Poltu wishes to.. ..live here and meditate. He wants to meditate!
– Yes. I hope you don’t have a problem.
– No. What are you saying?
Why would we have a problem? Why would we have a problem? You may stay here
as long as you want to. I will make all the arrangements
for your son to meditate. Glory to Goddess Tara!
– Mom! Sandip, come here.
– Surobala, he is my son. She is your aunt. Greet her. And he is…
– I am your cousin. He is your aunt’s son.
– He is a mediator. You know, Suro, Sandip is in
the final year of graduation. Great! I am really happy to hear that. I have other great news. We are planning to get Sandip
married. – Is that so? Glory to Goddess Tara! What are you thinking, Rina? I’m thinking that you are a coward. You are like Notunda from
Sharat Chandra’s novel. Not at all, I am like Indranath. Then why can’t you tell your
dad about our relationship? Is that so? I can tell my dad
that I love you. But he…
– I get it. You don’t get it. Actually, I feel shy. What?
– I feel shy. I don’t just feel shy.
My heart starts beating faster. It races in my chest. Listen to it. Pay attention.
– What? What are you doing? Ill-mannered man! I see, so you were looking for
a reason to hold me. Scoundrel! I wasn’t. I wanted you to hear
how my heart was beating faster. Is that so?
– Yes. Do you know why my heart is beating
faster? It’s because I love you. Don’t you get it?
– No. As soon as I tell my family,
I’ll feel like getting married to you. But mom has warned me about something. What? That if I marry now, we’ll have a baby
by the time we clear our exams. Shut up! Naughty man! I see, so you think I am naughty! Okay. Since you think so,
let me misbehave a little more. Please don’t do this. Dad will be back any moment.
– We’ll be done by then. Don’t you know that I love your lips? Let me go!
– Rina! There you are. Take it. I’ve brought
fresh ‘samosa’ and ‘jalebi’. Sandip loves them. That’s right. Give me some.
– Yes, give him. Let me serve them on a plate. Son, are you studying hard? Yes, I am studying.
– That is not enough. You will have to revise in detail. I’ve been hearing that
they ask questions randomly. Before marriage, your dad
promised to give me a fridge. He hasn’t done that yet. Don’t taunt me over a fridge. You always do that.
– Shut up! There they go again! I wonder how long
they’ll continue this. I am not a fool.
I don’t forget everything. I still remember what
your dad had said the other day. You are a Brahman. You get money by performing
ceremonies at people’s houses. I know why you haven’t forgotten
about what you should get. You are testing my patience. And you are insulting my father! If he had any sense of respect,
he would’ve given us a fridge. You have a fridge, don’t you?
– I do have one. I will use your father’s money for
business. Get the money by tomorrow. Otherwise, you’ll see the worst of me.
– Did you hear them, Sandip? It’s been a long time since
my neighbour got married. Yet, the husband tortures
his wife for dowry. It’s a curse. Uncle, where is Rina?
– She is in the kitchen. Go ahead. She is their only daughter. When her parents fight,
she gets scared and comes to Rina. Rina loves her like a sister. Here are your snacks.
– Yes, give me. Wow! Nice! I come here for this.
– Of course. ‘What are you thinking, Rina?
– I’m thinking that you are a coward.’ ‘You are like Notunda from
Sharat Chandra’s novel.’ ‘Not at all, I am like Indranath.’ ‘Then why can’t you tell your
dad about our relationship?’ ‘Is that so?’ ‘I can tell my dad that I love you.’ ‘But he…
– I get it.’ ‘You don’t get it.’ ‘Actually, I feel shy.’ ‘What?
– I feel shy.’ ‘I don’t just feel shy.
My heart starts beating faster.’ ‘It races in my chest.’ ‘Listen to it. Pay attention.
– What?’ ‘What are you doing?
Ill-mannered man!’ ‘I see, so you were looking for
a reason to hold me. Scoundrel!’ ‘I wasn’t. I wanted you to hear
how my heart was beating faster.’ ‘Is that so?
– Yes.’ ‘Do you know why my heart is beating
faster? It’s because I love you.’ After a long time, it is proved
that our college is capable. What are we capable of?
– Are you crazy? You are such a fool, man! Bikas is talking about our success
in these exams. That’s true. The students
of this college have scored well. That’s true. 2 first-class,
30 second-class students. Besides, no one failed. The credit goes to the college. But where are our best students?
– You’re right. Sandip and Rina haven’t reached yet. Sandip is here.
– Hey! Welcome. Congratulations. – Thank you.
– Two students have topped. Rina and you.
– Rina is here. Congratulations, Rina. Rina and Sandip, go and
check out the list inside. Let’s go. That’s okay. Rina, you have made me so proud today. I wish your mother was alive today. Nilima! It’s been two years
since she passed away. Today, your daughter.. ..has realised your dreams. She is a graduate now. Here, eat it.
We’re celebrating because of you. Give me some. One more.
– Yes, I’m serving you, too. Give me one more.
– Wait. You don’t need to give me sweets.
Give Manda some. She loves sweets.
– Here, have one. What about me? – No, Surobala, don’t.
He has diabetes. You won’t eat a single.
– These are sugar-free. They’re delicious. Sandip, graduate
with flying colours every year. Then we’ll be able to
have sweets every year. What are you saying? How can
someone pass every year? It’s possible.
I used to fail every year. So, you can pass every year. Be careful, son. Have another.
– No, it’s okay. You have it. Eat one by one. There is no hurry. Your son graduated
with flying colours. I hope you have no objection
if I get him married to a fine girl. You have only one agenda. Of course, I am his father. I won’t be able to rest
until I get him married. I can’t rest either, sir.
That’s why, I rushed here. Okay. So, what’s the news? Sir, I promised that I’d come here
only after I find an 18 year-old girl. Oh God! Who is he? He is my nephew.
– Come here and sit down. Glory to Goddess Tara.
– Oh God! Serve him some sweets. No, sir. I don’t want sweets. This time, I’ll have sweets only
after I introduce you.. ..to the girl’s family. Glory to Goddess Tara!
– Quiet. I can’t hear properly
for the last few days. When are we going to meet the girl?
– We’ll go on the 4th of this month. Is that an auspicious day?
– Shut up! Why do we need an auspicious day
to meet a girl? – It matters. An auspicious day would matter.
I’ve brought the almanac along. Here are my glasses. Here, look. 4th of this month
is an auspicious day. We’ll go to meet the girl that day. I’m sure you’ll like her. Sandip! You’ll get married soon. He is shy! – Shyness, disgust and fear
shouldn’t effect you during the day. Saint Ramkrishna has said so.
– Well quoted! Shut up! Manda!
– What do you want? Tomorrow is the 4th of this month. It’s an auspicious day. Ask your dad to meet me. You seem quite hopeful. Look at this! I know that’s a broom and you
want to hit me with that. But please don’t break my heart. Shut up! You don’t know how restless I am. I can’t rest while thinking about you. No medicine helps me. I’ll see what you can do. I’m going home day after tomorrow.
I’ll be back after a month. Let me see how much you miss me. Darling, I’ll miss you. I’ll miss you all the time. You don’t know how much
I think about you. Show my picture to your dad. He may meet me in person later. Sweetheart!
– Hey! You won’t listen! “Say that you love me.” You don’t need to say that.
Please have some sweets. That’s okay.
Let us meet the girl first. Tribhanga, please ask your
daughter to come here. Sure. I am not saying this
because she is my daughter. You won’t find another demure,
sweet and polite girl.. ..like my daughter, Tapa. There she is. She sings very well. Oh God!
– What happened? Did you say anything?
– He is missing his mother. She has a beautiful name. I’ll be right back. Show me the almanac.
– I’ve brought it along. Have you?
– Yes. I’ll get Rs 300,000 as dowry
and some gifts. I accept everything. I’ll be right back.
I’ll get her birth-chart. We need to study it. She is quite strange. Ghatak, she has a squint. Her nose is flat!
– She is dark complexioned. She looks like a man.
– Why are you whispering? You may talk louder.
She can’t hear either. What? What is wrong with her? She doesn’t have any qualities. You want my handsome graduate
son to marry a woman like her! “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Let’s have a whirlwind romance.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Let’s have a whirlwind romance.” “I will marry you
and take you to my house.” “I will marry you
and take you to my house..” “..as soon as I get a job.” “Don’t play with me.” “You’ve been caught red-handed.” “Don’t play with me.” “You’ve been caught red-handed.” “I know that you play with words
and lie to me.” “I know that you play with words
and lie to me.” “That’s all you do.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Don’t play with me.” “Your wife will be too restricted.” “No, you are my beloved.” “I won’t burn in passion.” “You will come running to me
when you hear my flute.” “Your wife will be too restricted.” “No, you are my beloved.” “I won’t burn in passion.” “You will come running to me
when you hear my flute.” “Why are you trying
to fool me with words?” “Why are you trying
to fool me with words?” “I beg of you.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Don’t play with me.” “If you get so upset,
what will people say?” “You will have to pay for
what you’ve done.” “How will we get married?” “You’ll have to find a job first.” “If you get so upset,
what will people say?” “You will have to pay for
what you’ve done.” “How will we get married?” “You’ll have to find a job first.” “Now you’ll see what I am capable of.” “Now you’ll see what I am capable of.” “I am not useless.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Let’s have a whirlwind romance.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Let’s have a whirlwind romance.” “I will marry you
and take you to my house.” “I will marry you
and take you to my house..” “..as soon as I get a job.” “Don’t play with me.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Don’t play with me.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” “Don’t play with me.” “Don’t get upset, belle.” Guard!
– Who are you? Will I get a job here?
– No. You can’t find a job here. You can’t find a job here,
just idle people. – What? No, you go back to sleep. Write. This is to inform you that… Woman, will you scratch my back? Sir, I am your private secretary. That’s why, I asked you
to scratch my back. I haven’t studied to scratch
your back, you know. I am quitting today.
– You are quitting the job! Yes. I won’t work here. Why?
– You have to ask? May I come in, sir?
– What do you want? If you can give me a job
in your huge firm… A job! There was no job so far. But now we have a vacancy. But that post is not for men. That position is for women. Did you find a job? I’m sending applications
and appearing for interviews. I need Rs 50. Rs 50? I have Rs 30 only. That’s all!
– I always don’t have much money. Can’t you ask your friend
to give you some money? No, I can’t. I will make do with Rs 30. Why do you want the money? Don’t ask questions. I am your
cousin. Just give me the money. Here, you go. I’ll have a pint. What is your qualification? B.A first class graduate.
– Do you know typing? No.
– Shorthand? No.
– Computer? No. – Do you have any
past experience in sales? No, but I can do
whatever you ask me to do. Will you do whatever I ask? Yes, sir.
– We love cars… – Houses… Women… – We love all three of them.
Will you provide those to us? Sorry. Then, we are sorry, too. As per your qualification, you may
get the post of English teacher. So kind of you, sir.
– You need a basic training. But you may do a B.Ed.
after you get the job. But there is a condition.
– What is that, sir? You know, we are poor. You’ll have to
donate for the school’s development. We don’t need much.
We just need around Rs 200,000. If I can’t donate,
I won’t get the job. No, sir. You will have to give that. I can get a job without
basic training.. ..but the money is needed. Right?
– Yes. May I weigh myself?
– Stand on the scale. You may get down. 58 Kg.
– How did I lose weight? I weighed myself a few months ago. How much did you lose?
– Around 5kg. Are you looking for a job?
– Yes. Then it’s okay. You will lose around
5 kg every two months. Soon, you’ll weigh as much as you
weighed right after your birth. Sandip, what’s going on? What can an educated and unemployed
man do? I’m looking for a job. Right now, you are
wearing those shoes. But soon, your shoes will be broken. Then you’ll have to walk barefoot. Barefoot! I’ll do that. “My beloved left me.” “She broke my heart.” Glory to Goddess Tara!
– What? Poltu, you shattered my dream. It was such a beautiful dream. If you sleep during the day time.. ..you will ruin your figure. Don’t talk about my figure
and hurt me. I had an amazing figure. I looked just like Salman Khan. But I miss Manda so much
that I’ve ruined my figure. I am so frail now. You’ve lost your figure
and you are gone, too. Why are you wearing a woman’s sari?
It smells horrible. Why are you disgusted with
a woman’s fragrance? Don’t say that.
I’m doing this for a reason. I have draped this sari
to pray to God. God, please send Manda back to me. I don’t want to do so much work. I don’t want to work so hard.
– Shut up! Manda!
– From now on, I will… I will call Manda here. Wait and watch.
Just after a few days.. ..Manda will come back to you. You won’t be in problem
and your figure will be perfect again. I speak to God directly. You are great! Glory to Goddess Tara! I can help you find
a job within a week. It’s a private firm
and a job of a peon. I’ll do it. I’ll have to carry files,
bring water and tea. I’ll do it. Please help me get the job. – You
won’t have to work as a peon for long. Within a couple of years,
you will become a clerk. Fine. You need to know law.
– I see. I can study law. If I get the job,
I’ll study law. No, I am not talking about
the country’s law. I am talking about the laws of
the job. – You mean, service rules. No, it isn’t that either. If you don’t know this law,
you won’t get a job. I get it. What is the law? I’ll tell you. You know that
our party belongs to people. So, you will have to donate around
Rs 100,000 to our party fund. Rs 100,000! Wow! What a great law! Is this law for the benefit
of the people? Don’t talk rubbish.
Will you be able to donate or not? No!
– You will never find a job. Mom, I’ve had so many interviews,
but I haven’t found a job yet. Keep trying. You’ll find one. I won’t find one, mom. If you want
a job now, you will have to.. ..pay a lot of that. That? What is ‘that’? I am talking about currency. You mean money!
– Bribe, donation… Even for a peon’s job,
a donation of Rs 100,000 is needed. There is no need to pay a bribe
to change your fate. Weren’t you taking a nap?
How did you hear us? I was awake. Listen, I will help you
make a name in politics. You are amazing!
What will he do into politics? He is thinking about finding
a job for himself. Politics is the best way
to improve one’s own life. A political cadre earns
more than an IAS officer. Listen, I have a friend, Prakash Som. He is a famous politician. I’ve spoken to him.
I’ll take you to him tomorrow. Come in. This is Prakash’s house. Quiet and look. That man sitting there…
He is Prakash’s secretary. He can’t hear properly. Come in. Hello. How are you? What? What did you see? Did you hear what I said? How are you? Blue? What is blue? Nothing is blue. How are you? How am I?
– Yes. I’m alright. How are you? I’m fine. Who is he?
– He is my son. Which son?
– First and only son. What is my friend doing? Dying? Who is dying? What should I do?
– Speak louder. No one is dying!
What is my friend doing? What is he doing?
– I see, lying! Don’t ask me who is lying. In fact, you should ask
who isn’t lying. That has become a part of our culture. I’m not talking about lying, I am.. ..asking what my friend is doing. Head? Whose head? My head! I’m asking about my friend. Gun! Guns have become
quite famous these days. I am not talking about guns.
I’m asking about my friend. Why are you shouting? I’m not deaf. You just hurt my eardrums. He was right here. Where is he now? Your friend is fine. I want to know if my friend
is awake or sleeping. Leaping! Actually, a lot of things.. ..are leaping right now,
including the prices. Look, there is news about that. I want to know if my friend Prakash.. ..is awake or asleep. Don’t ask about the weather. There is no chance of a rain. Everything is becoming costlier. What nonsense!
– Presence! Whose presence is bothering you? Let’s go inside. C’mon.
– Shut up! Come in.
– Prakash! You shouldn’t greet anyone while they
are lying down. It is considered bad. You may greet me now. Prakash, he is my son. Now he is your responsibility.
Do what you want with him. You may do whatever you like. I don’t use anyone. I prepare people. I prepare them so that
someone else may use them. Prakash, I will leave now. Will you leave?
– Shall I? You want to leave!
– I do. You may go.
– Have a seat. Sit down. What is this?
– A dagger. What will I do with it?
– Stab that with it. Stab the watermelon with it. Is this okay?
– Cut that. Very good! Well done! Hey! Well done! You have a lot of strength
and it is needed in politics. What is this? In politics, sometimes you need
darkness and sometimes you need light. Politics means.. ..the game of light and dark. You are my disciple now, Sandip.
Tribeni Kumar.. ..is my enemy.
He is my political rival. If you can remove him from my way.. ..I won’t have a rival. Your job will be to befriend
Tribeni Kumar.. ..and find out the secret
of his political success. You will inform me
about his every movement. No matter what you have to do.. ..you will have to get rid of her.
Will you do that for me? Promise me, Sandip. C’mon, promise me. Your job will be to
follow Tribeni Kumar. I don’t like it.
– Why is that? I’ve found a job,
but you don’t like it? How can I like it? We can’t live without each other
even for a moment.. ..yet, you are going away. I can’t help it. That’s the condition. – Where
are you going? What is this job? You didn’t tell me anything. Listen, even I don’t like to
stay away from you. I’ll tolerate this,
so that I can be with you. Write a letter to me every day. Okay. – Not just one, as long as you
stay there, write a letter every day. I will. Now give me a smile. Sandip, what if you forget me
when you aren’t with me? What if you fail to remember me? It will mean that love doesn’t exist. That love is a lie. Now give me a smile. C’mon. Smile, please. Smile. This is Tribeni Kumar’s house. Hey! While are you
peeping into the house? What’s your problem? Who are you?
– I am the stud here. I work very hard. I am Lord Shiva’s devotee. Ma’am, I have a feeling that
someone has come to visit you. But he I don’t think we know him. What do you want? Who are you? I’m a devotee.
– What do you mean? He is a devotee…
– What do you mean? He is the guard of this house.
– The guard! A security guard.
– But why are you here? I am here to meet.
– To meet? Who do you want to meet? I am here to meet the famous
political leader Tribeni Kumar. You are here to meet Tribeni Kumar. Yes. Do you know Tribeni Kumar? No, I will meet him
for the first time. I am Tribeni Kumar’s
political advisor. I am the body guard.
– I am so lucky. It will be great if you could
introduce me to him. I am Tribeni Kumar. You… It’s you! Please postpone
the meeting this evening. Okay. Mansa.
– Yes, ma’am? Buy medicine for your wife
on the way back. Okay, ma’am. Bye. Let’s go. Have a seat. Tell me. Why did you want to meet me? Why have I come here…
Actually, I want a job. A job? I am a first class graduate.
I’ve heard that you are quite capable. So if…
– What? So if you could find a job for me… I will give you a job,
but you’ll have to live here. Are you ready?
– Yes, I am ready. You’ll have to stay here
for a long time. I will stay here as long
as you want me to. As long as I say?
– Yes. ‘No matter what you have to do..’ ‘..you will have to get rid of her.’ What if I ask you to
stay with me forever? Yes, I will. I have to
work in this house, right? Yes, you will have to
work here with me. You’ll be with me all the time. Ready? Actually, I didn’t know
that you were a woman. Actually, your name is
like that of a man. I get it. Kumar confused you. Right?
– Yes. Actually, Kumar is my surname. What is your name? Sandip Bannerjee. Bannerjee is your surname.. ..and Kumar is mine. My name is Tribeni. Look,
I have three braids like the rivers. They are flowing like rivers
Ganga, Yamuna and Saraswati. All of them are women’s names.
By the way, I am a woman, too. I am still unmarried. Are you married? No, not yet. I need a job before getting married. Wait here. I’ll get tea for you. I’m sorry.
I’m being informal with you. Now that my son has graduated
and found a job, I’ll get him married. You’re right.
You need a daughter-in-law. I’ve bought this necklace for
Sandip’s would-be wife. Is that so? Let me see. It’s beautiful. How much does this weigh?
– Not much, just 70 grams. I was boiling milk and forgot
to turn off the flame. I’ll be right back. Glory to Goddess Tara! Have a look.
– Let me see. He turned the flame off, but didn’t
move the vessel or covered it. Why do they do this? Do you know how much this weighs? 70 grams.
– 70 grams! Wow! Let me check. Surobala… Where is she? Where did she keep the necklace? ‘Aunt, I’ve meditated enough here.’ ‘So, I’m leaving with mom.’ ‘Yours, Poltu.’ How do you feel here? Good. I hope you like everything here. My house, your room.. ..the balcony next to your room…
I hope you like everything. Yes, I like everything. What about me?
– What? What do you think about me? You are nice, too. Oh no!
– What’s the matter? Oh no! It’s bleeding profusely. Why couldn’t you be careful? You are just impossible. It’s hurting so much.
– Where is the cotton? You could’ve asked me to help you. You could’ve asked me to open
that for you. But you didn’t. You never listen to me. Let me see. Press this. What are you thinking?
Are you missing your family? Yes, I have never stayed
away from my family. Didn’t I ask you not to
think about your family? Think about this place.
Think about me. ‘No matter what you have to do..’ ‘..you will have to get rid of her.’ ‘Will you do that for me?’ Okay.
– Don’t forget that. No, ma’am. Don’t worry.
I’m sure your son is fine. Keshto, my son is away from home
since a long time. I wonder where he is, what he does
and what he eats. Sandip, I’ve served your meal.
Please come for dinner. Yes, I am here. I am quite a foodie. I can’t ignore the aroma of fish. Please start eating. Delicious!
– Shall I give you more? No, I don’t want more just because
it’s delicious. – Please eat more. You have a huge house.
Why don’t you appoint a servant? I did. I had two maidservants. Where is she? Where are they? – A month ago, they
stole a lot of things and ran away. So, now you are all alone
in this huge house. I am not alone. Who else is there?
– You are here. Yes, I am here.
But you need a servant, don’t you? I’m looking for one. But I can’t find. Besides after what you’ve been
through, how can you trust anyone? I will have to trust
someone eventually. I can’t exactly know
what someone is thinking. What’s the matter? Are you done? Who is there? Who do you want to see?
– Hello, sir. My name is Tribhanga. Tribhanga, I am here. I can see that. But who are you? Don’t you remember me?
– No. I am Shib Bannerjee’s nephew. I had come here to meet your
daughter the other day. Yes, now I recall.
But they didn’t like my daughter. They may not have liked her.. ..but I do.
– You! Yes, I will marry her. Do you have Rs 300,000 ready? Rs 300,000?
What are you trying to say? I’ve brought everything
needed for a marriage. Your daughter is here. She will be my wife.
– What is your occupation? Meditation.
– Meditation! I study magic, too. Are you a witchdoctor?
– Yes. I live in graveyards.
I smoke marijuana and everything else. You’ll be lucky to have me
as your son-in-law. I have Lord Shiva’s special blessings. What do you mean? I have a part of Lord Shiva in me. I get it. Get lost! Yes, let’s go. Where are you going? How dare you come in? I’ll slap you. Will you hold this?
I want to talk to her. I like you a lot.
I swear, I like you a lot. What are you doing? I have given my heart to her. Don’t lie to me. I will kill you. Just get out of here.
– Do you remember me? I will marry you.
– Get out of here! I like you a lot.
– I will kill you. I want to marry him. Let me go.
– Out of here. My parents died in a car accident
when I was really young. Very sad. Look at this photo. He is my uncle. He has raised me. I don’t know if I have become
what he wanted me to be. But he is like a parent to me. He has safeguarded
my family property so far. Are you into politics
because of your uncle? Yes, he is the reason. Actually,
my uncle was a politician once. He has trained me to be a politician. Where is your uncle now?
– He lives in Hyderabad now. He has a computer firm. Now he contacts me through
letters and phone calls. Is it the tenth day of this month?
– Yes, today is 10th of October. Oh my God! I call my uncle
on the tenth of every month. I’ll go and call him. Okay? This was…
– Sir, you have a call from Kolkata. Give me the phone.
– It’s my daughter. Tell me.
– How are you now? Are you okay?
– Yes, I’m fine. Listen, are you having your
blood pressure medicines regularly? Follow your routine. There is no reason to worry about me. You need to take care of yourself. I’ll hang up now. Bye.
– Okay. Write after what
I’d dictated earlier. Sir, may I ask you something?
– Yes, go ahead. As soon as you get a call from
Kolkata, you look refreshed. You may say so. – But she is not your
daughter, but your sister’s daughter. You want to say that
she is my niece, right? She is much more than
a daughter to me. Nanda, we need to strengthen
our organisation in each district. Did you hear her?
– Yes. Okay. Mansa.
– Yes? You will accompany me,
wherever I go for meetings. Okay, ma’am. Have you understood what you
need to do? – Yes. Okay, then you may go.
We’ll end the meeting now. Here, have it. You are feeding me too much. Don’t argue, Sandip. Eat it. Eat it. ‘Bird, you are in a cage and eating..’ ‘..and so am I.’ What is the matter with Sandip? It has been a month. There is no news
of him. – I’m wondering, too. Yes. He said that he was going for a job. There is no news since. He said that he was going for a job. He should’ve informed you. I had asked him, but he said
that he’d tell me after he returns. That’s okay. But he could’ve informed you later.
He could’ve sent you a letter. I am really worried, dad. ‘Rina, I miss you a lot.’ ‘I tried a lot, but I couldn’t avoid
Tribeni and send you a letter.’ ‘I wrote you letter every night
while I was in my room.’ ‘But I couldn’t post them
because of Tribeni.’ ‘I wrote letters and tore
them the next day.’ ‘I don’t know if you’ll
get this letter or not.’ ‘But I’m trying.
I’m writing it during the day.’ ‘Tribeni has gone out for a seminar.’ ‘Her pet Nanda is here
to keep an eye on me.’ ‘But I will send you
this letter for sure.’ I’m back. The seminar is over so soon!
– It got cancelled. What were you doing?
Were you writing a letter? Were you writing a letter
to your family? I… – Didn’t I tell you
not to contact your family? Your only job is to keep me company. It’s been a month since you joined. Tell me. How much salary do you want? You had said that I’d have
a three-month training period. Pay me when that period is over. I want to give you something.
But you don’t accept it. What are you saying?
– I mean it. You are still formal with me. Can’t you be informal with me?
– You are wrong. Please don’t make this mistake. I am not making a mistake. I have made a decision
after thinking a lot. Please try to understand
what I’m trying to say. No, I don’t want to hear anything. You may not be famous today. But I know,
you will be famous some day. I love you, Sandip. Tribeni! You don’t know but I keep the door of
my room open for you every night. I keep thinking when you’d join me. I go to sleep while
thinking about you. ‘I can’t help it.’ ‘That’s the condition. – Where
are you going? What is this job?’ ‘You didn’t tell me anything.’ ‘Listen, even I don’t like to
stay away from you.’ ‘I’ll tolerate this,
so that I can be with you.’ ‘Write a letter to me every day.
– Okay.’ Not just one, as long as you
stay there, write a letter every day. ‘Sandip, what if you forget me
when you aren’t with me?’ ‘What if you fail to remember me?’ ‘It will mean that love
doesn’t exist.’ ‘That love is a lie.’ ‘Now give me a smile. C’mon.’ ‘I love you, Sandip.’ ‘You don’t know but I keep the door of
my room open for you every night.’ ‘I keep thinking when you’d join me.’ ‘I go to sleep while
thinking about you.’ ‘This is my only opportunity.’ ‘I will have to use it.’ ‘Prakash Som, you will get rid
of your enemy tonight.’ ‘You won’t have
a political rival anymore.’ ‘No! What am I doing?’ ‘I couldn’t tolerate being a jobless.
So, I am going to become a murderer!’ ‘I’ll become a killer!’ ‘No! I can’t do this.
I can never do this.’ What’s the matter?
So, you couldn’t do it. You are here! Yes, I am here. Then, who is… That’s my ghost. Look! I caught you red-handed. You are a nice man.
Why did you choose to do this? I needed the job Prakash Som
was offering me. So, you decided to get
this disgusting job! Believe me. I didn’t want to do this. So, you couldn’t do this today. I’ve been observing you
closely for the last month. You were alone with a young woman,
but you never tried anything. I will leave tomorrow. I won’t let you go. You know, Sandip, I have
found a destination through you. I won’t let you go, Sandip.
I will never let you go. Please! Please let me go.
– Never! Please let me go. I won’t let you go. “Take my body, my heart
and my life, too.” “Feel what you do to me
with one touch.” “Take my body, my heart
and my life, too.” “Feel what you do to me
with one touch.” “Touch me, kiss me.” “Touch me, kiss me.” “You have left me intoxicated.” “That’s why, I just want
to be close to you.” “You have left me intoxicated.” “That’s why, I just want
to be close to you.” “If you stay away from me,
how will I make you mine?” “I can’t steal your heart
if you avoid me.” “If you stay away from me,
how will I make you mine?” “I can’t steal your heart
if you avoid me.” “Take whatever you want.” “Take my body, my heart
and my life, too.” “Feel what you do to me
with one touch.” “Touch me, kiss me.
Touch me, kiss me.” “Your eyes burn me
with the flame of passion.” “I want your love.
I want your touch on my body.” “Your eyes burn me
with the flame of passion.” “I want your love.
I want your touch on my body.” “Whatever you get by
being close to someone..” “..you need that in this life.” “Whatever you get by
being close to someone..” “..you need that in this life.” “Please pull me into your arms.” “Take my body, my heart
and my life, too.” “Feel what you do to me
with one touch.” “Take my body, my heart
and my life, too.” “Feel what you do to me
with one touch.” “Touch me, kiss me.
Touch me, kiss me.” “Touch me, kiss me.” Tribeni, please.
Don’t lose control over yourself. You are beautiful and young.
But I am a human being. I am a man of flesh and blood. I can let you go,
but on one condition. Tomorrow, we will go out. Are you ready? Okay. Okay. Offer flowers to the Goddess. Pray to the Goddess.
She will fulfil your wish. God, why are You hurting me so much? I don’t know how Sandip is,
where he is and what he is doing. Please bring him to me once. Please. Dad, isn’t that Sandip?
– Yes, it’s him. Let’s go that way. Hurry up! Sandip! What’s the matter? Why don’t you pray? How do I look? I wish I am always with you. That’s all I want from God. God is benevolent. He will do
everything for our benefit. “What should I call you?” “Just let me know.” My dear, please don’t cry. Please don’t cry.
What’s the use of crying? Everything will be okay. I just don’t understand. How could Sandip do this to you? God!
– He could’ve told me.. ..that he didn’t love me anymore. That he was pretending to like. That he wanted to marry
some other woman. Calm down, dear. Calm down. Why did he made the excuse of
a job to stay away from me? Why did he do that, dad? Why did he cheat me? Why? Please don’t leave me, Sandip. Keep all my property and everything. Just marry me. I won’t be able to forget Rina
for anything. Rina? Who is Rina? My girlfriend. We love each other. Please don’t say that! This is the truth. Why didn’t you tell me that earlier? I wanted to tell you so many times
but you didn’t want to hear it. I don’t even want to hear it now.
You belong to me. I won’t be able to let you go. But I can’t stay with you. I was going to do something awful
to avoid being a jobless. But I couldn’t do it. You’ve given me a lot of affection
and care in the last few days. I’ll never be able to forget that. So, whenever you need me as
a friend, I will be right next to you. You are trying to be generous!
Don’t forget.. ..even I can be generous. You need a job urgently. Isn’t that so, Sandip? Yes, I really need a job. Okay, I will give you a letter. Show it to places, you will get a job. I will always be indebted to you. You don’t need to be. Just keep in mind,
I am not giving up my claim on you. I know that men feel lost when
they don’t have a job. As soon as you find a job.. I’m sure you’ll realise your worth. You won’t think about Rina anymore. Then you’ll come back to me. This is Tribeni’s letter. You will get a letter. You may join today. Rampyare.
– Yes, sir? Feed him. Then put him into the cage number 4.. ..that belonged to a bear,
but is empty now. A bear’s cage!
– Yes. The bear died a long time ago. You will stay there
dressed up as a fake bear. But the cage is quite dirty. What? It has been so long.
Why isn’t it cleaned yet? I will have it cleaned today.
He may enter there tomorrow. But his job can’t wait
for your cleaning. Tribeni has sent a letter in
his favour. I have an idea. Let him stay in
the tiger’s cage for a day. Feed him properly. Okay? Let him stay in cage number 2,
which belonged to a tiger.. ..dressed up as a bear. From tomorrow onwards,
he may stay in cage number 4. C’mon, come with me.
– Yes, go ahead. You will dress up as a bear
and I will dress up as a tiger. What’s the matter, my friend?
Start eating. So much food! You will get three meals. Such lavish meals! Besides, Rs 5000 per month.
What else do you want? You have been working here
for a long time, right? Yes, it has been a long time. What do you think?
Does this surprise you? No, I am not trying to say that. Let me tell you an incident. One day, I was strolling inside
the cage dressed as a tiger. That’s when I man arrives
with his wife and children. I was right there.
He was unemployed. I was just strolling around. That man sent the guard away
by misguiding him. He was trying to steal money. I decided.. ..that I would jump on his neck.. ..dressed as a tiger. That’s when I felt that
the man was looking at me. I was also looking at him. I was just thinking when to jump
on him. Then I jumped on him. Why are you scared?
– I am not scared. There is nothing to be scared about. You are quite funny. Now start eating.
Eat, drink and be merry. Dear, take it. C’mon, take it. Why are you holding it?
Unwrap it. C’mon. Wow! It’s beautiful, dad. Do you like it?
– Yes. Drape this sari tomorrow.
We’ll go out. Okay? There is no need to cook.
We will eat out. Why is that needed, dad? What is this? How could you forget?
Tomorrow is your birthday. ‘Many happy returns of the day.’ ‘Thank you.
– Listen.’ ‘As soon as I get a job,
I’ll buy a beautiful sari for you.’ ‘Really?
– Yes.’ ‘You will drape that sari
and go out with me.’ ‘We will have fun
but won’t eat any meals.’ ‘We won’t eat any meals!
– Not at all.’ ‘What will we do then?’ ‘We will eat snacks and junk food.’ What are you thinking, dear? Nothing. Where will we go tomorrow, dad? We will go to the zoo.
– Okay. Great. That will be fun. Dad, look! The bear
is having so much fun. Yes, dear. It is a wild animal. Yet, it is trying to please others. But Sandip had no hesitation
in humiliating you. Strange! How could he move on so easily from
such an old relationship with you? I will have to pay for
my mistake, dad. You don’t worry about it. Don’t pay for your mistake.
Rectify that mistake. Today is your birthday.
Start your life afresh. I will get you married
to someone else. No, dad. You don’t need to do that. I am better off now. “Tigers, lions, elephants
and rhinoceros..” “..birds and bears live here.” “Tigers, lions, elephants
and rhinoceros..” “..birds and bears live here.” “There are many colourful
birds flying around..” “..the animals make a zoo seem alive.” “The more you look,
the more you’ll learn.” “You will find out a lot of things.” “Listen, O elephant!
We are your friends.” “Listen, O elephant!
We are your friends.” “Some live on tree branches
and some float on water.” “Some roar when you approach them
and some dance at your beats.” “Some live on tree branches
and some float on water.” “Some roar when you approach them
and some dance at your beats.” “They lived in different countries.
They are here to show you diversity.” “They lived in different countries.
They are here to show you diversity.” “They have formed a family here.” “They have become close buddies now.” “Listen, O tiger!
We are your friends.” “Listen, O tiger!
We are your friends.” “The bear seems quite happy.” “So, we are here to meet him.” “Don’t worry if anyone
doesn’t like you.” “We are here to love you.” “The bear seems quite happy.
So, we are here to meet him.” “Don’t worry if anyone doesn’t like
you. We are here to love you.” “From now on, we will
come to meet you often.” “From now on, we will
come to meet you often.” “We won’t let anyone stop us.” “We will be here to see you.” “Tigers, lions, elephants
and rhinoceros..” “..birds and bears live here.” “There are many colourful
birds flying around..” “..the animals make a zoo seem alive.” “The more you look,
the more you’ll learn.” “You will find out a lot of things.” “Good bye to all of you!
We will go back home now.” “Good bye to all of you!
We will go back home now.” ‘Dad, look! The bear
is having so much fun.’ ‘Yes, dear. It is a wild animal.’ ‘Yet, it is trying to please others.’ ‘But Sandip had no hesitation
in humiliating you.’ ‘Strange!’ ‘How could he move on so easily from
such an old relationship with you?’ ‘I will have to pay for
my mistake, dad.’ ‘Don’t pay for your mistake.
Rectify that mistake.’ I will leave from here, today. What are you saying? You want to quit the job!
– Yes, I want to quit. If I live here,
I will have to let go of a lot. I want to live the way I want to. I want to live as myself. I want to laugh, sing and
say the thins I want to say. If I live here, I will have to forego
my freedom. I’m leaving. Wait! If you leave from here,
people will accuse me. I’ll write a letter saying that no
one is responsible for me quitting. I am leaving because I want to. If you go out and say that
the tiger is fake, I’ll lose my job. Believe me, my friend.
I won’t tell anyone. I don’t trust anyone.
This is about my livelihood. I won’t let you go. You may try. I am leaving. No!
– Let go of my hand. I won’t let you go.
– Let go of my hand! ‘I’ll inform Tribeni Kumar.’ Stop him! Hey! We are Tribeni Kumar’s men. We were working as your body guard. Now we won’t spare you. What did I tell you? I asked you to keep a watch on Sandip. Did I ask you to fight with him? You didn’t listen to me.
You hit Sandip.. ..and got beaten up, too. Aren’t you ashamed of yourself? Why did you have to do this? Why are you quiet? Answer me!
Why did you have to do this? Answer me!
Why did you have to do this? Get out of here! You couldn’t keep such a nice job! How would he do that? We’ve
never taught him to kill people. Murder! Who murdered whom? Your friend had sent him
to kill Tribeni Kumar. What? Prakash never said such a thing to me. You could’ve told me. How would I? You never
discuss anything with me. You are only interested
in share market. You just measure everyone’s
lives with money. Don’t play with words. Don’t forget that you had a lavish
life, just because I had money. You are able to say such things
because of your education. I have paid for your education, too. I haven’t forgotten, dear. And since I haven’t forgotten.. ..it is causing me pain. How could a father push his son
towards dirty politics? I didn’t want to be a politician. I wanted to live a healthy
and normal life. But you needed a job for
that healthy and normal life. But your education wasn’t enough
to manage that. As your father, I took you to Prakash
for your benefit. Was that a crime? That was so beneficial that
your friend gave me a dagger.. ..and some money. A job! You call that a job! It’s a job of anti-social elements. I didn’t want to be anti-social. The person I was supposed to kill
gave me a job. She gave me a job in the zoo.
– The zoo! – Yes, mom. You are sitting here, laughing,
talking and watching videos.. ..I was working in the zoo,
dressed up as a bear.. ..and entertaining people. When I came back, I found out
that I’d lost my life. I’ve lost everything good
from my life. Why did you think about
my benefit, dad? Why did you do this? ‘Go away, Sandip.’ ‘We don’t have a relationship now.’ ‘What are you saying?’ ‘You know what I’m trying to say.
– No, I don’t.’ ‘What’s the matter?
– You are feigning innocence!’ ‘You lied to me about your job.’ ‘You are a liar. You are a cheat.’ ‘Rina!
– Don’t shout, Sandip.’ ‘Shouting won’t help you
change the facts.’ ‘You are with another woman.’ ‘What are you saying?
– It’s the truth.’ ‘I’ve seen you romancing her.’ ‘That’s a lie. That’s not true.’ ‘Is that a lie? I have seen it.’ ‘I have seen you together..’ ‘..at Siddheshwari Temple.’ ‘Is that what you are worried about?
She is Tribeni Kumar.’ ‘I went to her for work.’ ‘Now you may say
that she is your boss.’ ‘Yes, she is my boss.
I was in her house for the job.’ ‘That’s just great!’ ‘So, as per your job, you need to
take your boss out on a date.’ ‘You are mistaken, Rina.’ ‘I am not mistaken.’ ‘The way you entered the temple
holding hands..’ ‘..isn’t that enough to know?’ ‘I’ve heard you say romantic
things to each other.’ ‘Do you still think I am mistaken?
– Yes, you are mistaken.’ ‘Don’t try to convince me, Sandip.’ ‘You were so busy that you couldn’t
even write a few lines to me!’ ‘How long are you going to lie?’ ‘I don’t lie, Rina.’ ‘I tried to write you letters.’ ‘But Tribeni Kumar didn’t
let me write letters.’ ‘Wow! She has so much power over you!’ ‘You are such
a disgusting man, Sandip!’ ‘Rina, please listen to me.’ ‘I won’t listen to you.’ ‘Leave from here, Sandip.
Just leave from here.’ ‘May you live happily with Tribeni!’ ‘Rina!
– Let go of me!’ ‘I will consider that I fell in love
with an immoral man.’ ‘I insist. Don’t come here again.’ ‘If you ever come here again..’ ‘..I will kill myself. Leave from
here! Just leave from here!’ “The colours of a twilight lit sky..” “..are missing.” “The clouds in the heart of the sky..” “..are darkening.” “The colours of a twilight lit sky..” “..are missing.” “The clouds in the heart of the sky..” “..are darkening.” “Those, who were close to my heart..” “..have broken my heart.” “Those, who were close to my heart..” “..have broken my heart.” “Why have they gone away from me?” “The colours of a twilight lit sky..” “..are missing.” “The clouds in the heart of the sky..” “..are darkening.” “The morning rays touch
the flowers and they blossom.” “But now they remain withered.” “Even on the night of full moon,
the moon doesn’t spread light.” “It doesn’t come out anymore.” “If all the rivers, join the sea..” “..why don’t they flow
through the desert?” “All the hope, love
and affection in life…” “All the hope, love
and affection in life..” “..have turned into tears.” “The colours of a twilight lit sky
are missing.” “The clouds in the heart of the sky
are darkening.” “Why is the beautiful spring
ruined by destructive storms?” “Why do the lamps look dark?” “How long can I keep sailing
the boat of life..” “..with broken oars and a torn sail?” “All the music and songs
of my life are lost.” “All my happy times are over.” “Before the day is over,
my happiness is lost.” “Before the day is over,
my happiness is lost.” “Why is my life filled
with darkness?” “The colours of a twilight lit sky..” “..are missing.” “The clouds in the heart of the sky..” “..are darkening.” “Those, who were close to my heart..” “..have broken my heart.” “Those, who were close to my heart..” “..have broken my heart.” “Why have they gone away from me?” “The colours of a twilight lit sky..” “..are missing.” “The clouds in the heart of the sky..” “..are darkening.” Don’t irritate me, Prakash. I give you two days. If you don’t send my would-be husband
back to me within the next two days.. ..I will…
– What nonsense is this? You are repeating yourself. Would-be husband! I am talking about Sandip Bannerjee. You had sent him to me to kill me. But instead of killing you,
he stole your heart. I don’t even know that he left you. You know that now. Let me tell you.
I want Sandip at any cost. If I can’t have him,
I will kill myself. What is the matter, son? Nothing. I don’t believe you. You can’t deceive your mother.
Tell me what is wrong. Nothing is wrong, mom. I hope that’s true. ‘Go away, Sandip.’ ‘We don’t have a relationship now.’ ‘What are you saying?’ ‘You know what I’m trying to say.
– No, I don’t. What’s the matter?’ ‘You are feigning innocence!’ ‘You lied to me about your job.’ ‘You are a liar. You are a cheat.’ Here, dear. Have some milk. I don’t like it, dad. Since you chased Sandip
away from here.. ..you are acting strange. If you continue like this,
you will fall ill. How does it matter? God, please look at my son. I can’t see Sandip in this state. Please help him get a job. Mom! Mom, listen to me! What’s the matter, Sandip? Mom, come here! Mom, the postman gave me this letter. What is this?
– It’s an acceptance letter. Really? – Yes, mom. I’d appeared for
the public service commission exam. I’ve found a job.
– Really? – Yes, mom. Thank You, God. Let’s go and tell your dad. C’mon. Manda! Have you told your dad about me? Scoundrel!
– Say that again. Scoundrel! You sound so sweet.
– Shut up! You’ve got a government job! Excellent! Now he will become one of
the most eligible bachelors. You are only worried about money. Money is the most important thing. ‘She has so much power over you!’ ‘You are such
a disgusting man, Sandip!’ ‘Rina, please listen to me.’ ‘I won’t listen to you.’ ‘Leave from here, Sandip.
Just leave from here.’ ‘May you live happily with Tribeni!’ ‘Rina!
– Let go of me!’ ‘I will consider that I fell in love
with an immoral man.’ ‘I insist. Don’t come here again.’ Rina. I miss you a lot today. I’ve found a government job today. I want to rush to you and… But you haven’t left me with a choice. Why did you do this to me, Rina? Why? I want you to.. ..find a suitor for my daughter. I will help you.
I’ve promised you, haven’t I? Let me assure you.. ..that within 5-6 months.. ..I will make some arrangement.. ..for your daughter. If my boss has promised you.. ..you may consider that your
job will be done for sure. Right. This is my family job. Look at that man sitting there. My dad had found a match for him. And my father’s father had found.. ..a match for his father. That is, my late grandfather. Now I want him to find a match
for my younger son. He will do this for me. He will find a match for me. You will get me married, won’t you? Move away from me.
– Please help me get married. You want to get married. Chandu!
– I will get married. I will have to.. ..find a match for him. She should be this tall. Shut up. I passed my 12th grade
in second division. I could’ve found a job if I wanted to. But.. ..I inherited my family business. I will take your leave now. What is this? I want to ask you the same thing. Monkey! What did you say?
– Ape! Hey!
– You animal! You…
You are a… What do you want to say?
– You… You are what you called me.
– What? You are what you called me.
– Hey! I will teach you a lesson
if we meet again. What is all that? It’s you. Please be seated. Did you get hurt? Yes.
– So, the head is dried up. Are you trying to day that to me?
– To both of us. I have good news for you. I’m sure you have.
– Listen to him. Yes. – My son has found a government
job. Rs 7000 salary per month. How much? Rs 7000. Couldn’t you hear that? 7000/-
– Now find a nice match for my son. I am so fortunate to
have you at my office. You want me to find a match for your
son, who earns Rs 7000 per month. I want a lot of money as dowry. I want a coloured TV.. ..a VCR.. ..and a car.
– You will get them. Just wait and watch what I do now. I’m going. Wait, I want
to say another thing. If that man comes back, tell him
that I called him a rodent this time. Listen, why don’t you
get my daughter.. ..married to this man? Are you out of your mind?
Your daughter is neither here, nor there. She’s somewhere in the middle. Besides, you are not a Brahman. But they are. I see. – His son’s name
is Sandip Bannerjee. I’ll show you his photo. Look at this. This is his photo. He is a gem of a guy. Are you telling the truth, Nanda? Yes, the matchmaker
showed me Sandip’s photo. I went there to find a match
for my youngest daughter. Believe me, I didn’t know.. ..that you love Sandip. You know now, don’t you?
– Yes. Tell Sandip’s dad that if he
gets Sandip married to me.. I will give him Rs 300,000 in cash. How much did I say?
– Rs 300,000. Also tell him that I will give him
everything else he has demanded. That’s excellent news. Tribeni has given a marriage proposal. I will get Sandip married to Tribeni. We will get a lot of dowry. I don’t care about the dowry.
Stop it! Don’t you need to ask for Sandip’s
opinion? – Why do we need to do that? Sandip stayed in Tribeni’s house. Don’t we need his opinion? Shut up! Tribeni wants to marry him.
He should be grateful to her. But I won’t marry her. What do you mean? Isn’t she good enough for you? This is not about that. Listen, let me tell you
something clearly. This is my final decision
regarding your marriage. I’m also letting you
know my final decision. Did you hear him? You had said that
your son was an ideal son. But he is not. Your son is a rebel. Try to understand what he wants. No, I won’t. He will marry Tribeni.
Ghatak, make arrangements. Everything is final. Day after tomorrow
is an auspicious day. At the time of dusk,
they will become one. Great! Inform Tribeni Kumar
about day after tomorrow. Yes. Tribeni Kumar is coming
to meet me tomorrow. You aren’t ready! What are you saying, Sandip? No, I can’t marry you. But why?
– Don’t you know why? I’ve told you everything. You know everything,
yet you are trying to ruin my life. What are you saying? What do you think? Do you think this is a game? What else is this? You know very well
that I love only one person. You are not her. I love Rina. But, Sandip, I love you. But that doesn’t make a difference. It does. That day, we had made a wish
when we were at the temple. We can’t change that now. That temple! You had forced me to
go to that temple. You had made a wish. I had also made a wish.. ..for our good future.
– What does our good future hold? Did you want us not to get married? Yes. God doesn’t
want us to get married. I love Rina and I will marry her. No, I won’t let that happen, Sandip. I can’t live without you. You can’t force someone to love you. This is about one’s feelings. Rina is the one I have feelings for. What are you saying, dad? I can’t believe it. I couldn’t believe it either. If I hadn’t gone to
the matchmaker’s office.. ..you would have to spend your
entire life with a wrong perception. Disgusting! I insulted Sandip
without knowing the truth. Forget what you said.
Why did Sandip believe what you said? Why couldn’t he come here to
prove that you were wrong? How could he do that? I had told him that
I’d kill myself if he did. It’s no use worrying about all that. His dad has fixed his wedding
with Tribeni tomorrow. What?
– Yes. How is that possible? No!
Dad, please do something. Uncle. – Yes, dear?
– Sandip left this letter. A letter! Let me read it. What has he written? ‘Dear uncle, I am leaving home.’ ‘Get Rina married to someone nice.’ ‘Yours, Sandip.’ No! Sandip!
– Rina, where are you going? Sandip! Sandip! Sandip! Why are you leaving me? I accept that I made a mistake. I won’t be rude to you. Won’t you forgive me? Please tell me. Won’t you? Won’t you forgive me? Sandip!
– Rina! Sandip! It’s okay. Sandip! One, two, three… I’ve brought Rs 300,000 in cash. You won’t accept this money.
– Why? Sandip told me everything just
a while ago. – What did he say? He loves someone named Rina.
He will marry her. No!
– Keep your voice down. I have a weak heart. Just shut up! Look. Look at the guest list. I’ve invited everyone in person. Some of them will arrive
tomorrow morning. The wedding is at the time of dusk. I’ve rented a huge house
for this wedding. Did you seek our opinion
before doing this? You did everything our of a whim. Yes, I did. All this while, I decided
everything for this family. Didn’t I tell you, sir? Sandip went to my office and spewed
a lot of nonsense at Tribeni Kumar. Yet, Tribeni Kumar
is ready to marry Sandip. Sandip is so fortunate. He is not just fortunate.
This is true love. Tribeni loves Sandip a lot. That’s why, she is ready to
give everything you want. Did you notice, Asha?
That woman is so attracted to our son! She is the right woman to be
the daughter-in-law of this family. The wedding is tomorrow,
but she has sent the money today. Sandip will get married to
Tribeni Kumar for sure. How can you force Sandip to
get married if he doesn’t want to? I will force him. Tribeni is supposed to
get married to Sandip. She will get married to Sandip,
whether he wants to or not. This is absolute nonsense!
You can’t force anyone to get married. I can.
– No, you can’t. This is why people say.. ..family can be burden. So, it’s better to stay
in the forest. You and my dad have turned
this place into a madhouse. You seem to be flying too high. You seem to have become
quite independent. Obviously, you don’t like
your family anymore. What is going on here? Nothing is going on yet.
Just wait and watch. If he doesn’t get married tomorrow.. ..I will disown him. What are you talking about?
– Go ahead and do it. Throw me away if you wish. But I won’t be able to leave
the love of my life. Here is money.
There is more money in that box. How can I leave Rs 300,000? I won’t get so much money
if you marry anyone else. Besides, I have promised
Tribeni Kumar. I’ve made all the arrangements
of this wedding. I can’t let my reputation
be ruined, if you act like a child. So, you will get married. Sir.
– You will get married. Impossible! Is it? It is not impossible. Why would it be impossible?
– Listen. I will do whatever I have decided. Ghatak!
– Yes, sir? He will get married tomorrow.
– Okay. Glory to Goddess Tara! Why are you crying? What is wrong with you? Please forgive me, aunt. What for? What’s the matter? What happened? Asha, here is the necklace
we had stolen. Why did you do that, Surobala? I made a mistake.
I made a huge mistake. That’s why, after we
left from your house.. ..we couldn’t rest even
for a single day. Mom and I felt guilty. We wanted to.. ..come here and return the necklace. But we were too
embarrassed to do that. We took a long time. If we delay this any longer,
we’ll have to pay for this. That’s why, we are here. Please forgive us. Asha, please forgive us. Asha, please forgive… I mean, aunt, please forgive us. You’ve realised your mistake and
that’s enough for me to forgive you. Give me the necklace.
– Asha is right. You’ve brought the necklace
at the right time. Sandip is getting married tomorrow. Sandip is getting married!
– I won’t get married. Stop that nonsense!
What do you mean? You will have to!
– What? Surobala, I am not in favour
of this marriage. Come in. I’ll tell you…
– No matter what you discuss.. ..she is my sister
and she’ll agree with me. We’ll see that. Let’s go in. Ghatak. – Yes, sir?
– Where is my money? Your money is in this box. Give it to me. – I’ll give it
to you during the wedding. Sure?
– Yes. You will have to work hard
for the ceremony. – Sure. Don’t worry, uncle. I will work very hard.
– Give me the money. Let me keep the money.
– That’s okay. I will do everything to make
this event a success. I can’t take off my clothes. I’ll do everything needed.
Don’t worry. Keshto, what will happen now? I’m wondering the same thing. Mr. Bannerjee is adamant on getting
Sandip married to Tribeni. But Sandip and his mother
are not in favour. But Sandip loves China. Her name is not China. Her name is Rina. It’s one and the same. But Mr. Bannerjee won’t budge. I have a feeling that he will force
Sandip to marry Tribeni. What about Rina? What else can she do? She will have
to stay unmarried all her life. Then she will cry all her life. That’s what love is about.
Do you get it? Manda. If your dad doesn’t agree
to get you married to me.. ..will you cry like that? Always! Will you stay unmarried? Why would I? My dad has already agreed to
get us married. Is he? What’s the matter?
Didn’t he accept the money? They will accept it during
the wedding ceremony. I see. Is Sandip ready to marry me?
– Yes. He is not ready yet.
But he will be ready. He is going through
the pre-wedding blues. He is a bit hesitant, a little shy. But the work is in progress. I’m sure he will give
his consent by tonight. Let me see everything. You look really handsome. What are you waiting for?
Spray the perfume on him. What are you doing?
– Spray it on him. You look so handsome. After a while.. ..get on the car and let’s
go to the wedding venue. You will be happy and so will we be. Absolutely! Tribeni, are you ready? Yes, uncle. I’m getting ready. What do you mean? You haven’t done anything yet. The wedding is at the dusk. We must leave soon. C’mon, get ready fast. Tribeni Kumar belongs
to a rich family. She is a famous political leader. She will get married to my son. I am so happy today! Sandip’s mother is ready, too. She was not in favour earlier. But she is absolutely ready now. The credit goes to you.
– You may say so. Surobala, why aren’t you ready yet? We can’t delay this any further.
I’m leaving. Get ready and come
along with Surobala. You may go ahead.
– I’m going. – Sure. Glory to Goddess Durga! Tribeni!
– Come in, uncle. You are still getting ready! I’m almost ready.
But I need a little more time. It’s okay. Take your time.
Get ready properly. You are the bride, after all.
How do I look? Amazing! – It’s my daughter’s wedding.
I must look nice. When I got your phone call,
I was so happy. I can’t express that to you. I took the night flight.. ..and was waiting to reach here
and see you smiling. C’mon, get ready. I’ve heard a lot about
Sandip from you. I’m just waiting to meet him. Get ready quickly. Welcome, sir. Glory to Lord Krishna. Come in. ‘Wedding venue
for Sandip and Rina.’ Why is that written here? How could the decorators
make that mistake? No, uncle. There is no mistake. The decorators didn’t make a
mistake. I asked them to do this. You did this!
– Yes. Aunt instructed me to do this. Your aunt…
What do you mean? Go in and see. The bride has changed. The bride has changed!
– Yes. As per aunt’s instructions, mom and I
went to meet Sandip’s girlfriend.. ..Rina, and brought her here. She is the bride today.
– I will teach you a lesson. Let’s go inside. I’ll teach
you a lesson. You scoundrel! I won’t spare you.
– Asha! Asha! There, you are. I’m glad that you are here.
– What was Poltu saying? Don’t get angry now.
I’ll tell you everything. Come and see.
– What have you been thinking? Look!
– What does this mean? I don’t get it.
– Don’t you? She is Rina, your son’s wife. No!
– Shut up! Rina, he is your father-in-law.
Touch his feet. Stop it! He is strange! I’ll be right back. Let’s hurry up. Get in, ma’am. Don’t shout!
– I don’t want to hear anything. I am not creating a scene.
You are responsible for this. You can’t change the bride
at the last moment. Don’t do this. Look at him, Surobala. I want what Asha wants. I know that you and Poltu
want to ruin my life. Greetings. You are a monkey, an ape
and a rodent! What are you doing, Shib?
You are impossible! What are you doing here?
– I’m standing here. Yes, I am standing here. I have a lot to worry about.
– What are you worried about? There is nothing to be worried about. You may go and attend the wedding.
This way, please. You are a very nice man. It doesn’t matter what you call me. Please accept my daughter
as your daughter-in-law. Please don’t do this.
I know very well.. You may pretend to be strict,
but you are soft at heart. I am your wife, but I have never
demanded anything from you. This is my only demand. Please let Sandip marry Rina.
That’s all I want. Come here. – Shib, just look at
her once. Have a look at her. Look at her. She is so beautiful. Please don’t ignore them. Please accept my daughter
as your daughter-in-law.. ..and help me fulfil my duties. Hey! Don’t try to
emotionally blackmail me. What kind of nonsense is this? Just because you have a daughter,
you don’t need to beg. Stand straight. Stand up!
– Yes. Touch his feet.
– Touch his feet. There you go.
– Great! She is beautiful. Sandip, everything is fine now. What’s the matter?
– Your dad has accepted Rina. Really?
– Yes. Oh no! There are two brides for one groom! One is outside
and the other is inside. What is this? Oh no! What will we do now? Sir! What’s the matter? Tribeni Kumar. Where?
– She is outside. Her uncle is along with her. Her uncle is with her! I’m so scared. – What’s there to be
scared about? Let’s go and explain. Why are you scared?
We are here to deal with this. We will talk to them. C’mon. C’mon. – Go ahead.
I will bring her along. What is the matter?
What’s going on here? Let me explain this to you. Sir, he is Shib. I see. I am Tribeni’s uncle. I see. You are her uncle. Greetings. Hello.
– Hello. Tell me what you have to say. Look! I was going to make a mistake. I was against my son’s choice and was
forcing my son to marry your niece. What do you want now? I want my son to marry
the woman of his choice. That’s Rina. I will get
my son married to Rina. What about my niece?
– I accept my mistake. Your mistake! No, this is not just a mistake. This is your whim. Why should this girl be
a victim to your whims? She lost her parents
when she was a child. She found happiness
after a long time. You can’t deprive her of her joys. You can’t! Please calm down. How can I calm down? She has been dreaming.. ..about marrying your son. How could you break that dream? Shib, you promised that she
would be your daughter-in-law. Excuse me, I am Sandip’s mom. We made a mistake. But believe me, we didn’t
want to betray your niece’s trust. Neither my son wanted that,
nor my husband. It’s my son’s wedding today. Please don’t ruin this day. You are Sandip’s mother. So, you are thinking about
your son’s happiness. You aren’t bothered about this girl. What if she had been your daughter? Please don’t say that. Tribeni, Sandip has
told me a lot about you. You are like a daughter to me. Please forgive me.. ..if you can.
– Why should she? You want her to forgive you
for breaking her heart! Excuse me, I must say something.. ..in this argument. She is my daughter, Rina. What is her fault? Won’t you think about her?
– No, I won’t. You will have to think about her.
She is my destiny. Are you going to marry Sandip? Great! You have
God’s special blessings. Show me your hands.
Let me give these bangles to you. You are really fortunate.
May you lead a happy married life! My good wishes are with you.
– What are you doing, dear? I’m doing the right thing. I’ve realised that I am
not destined for this. So, I’m giving this
to the one it belongs to. Sandip, did I do the right thing? No, you shouldn’t have done this. You should get married today. If you don’t get married now,
it’ll be very bad for you. All of you, who have
come here as guests.. ..please tell me what
my niece will do now. How will I find a match
for Tribeni now? Shib, you can’t get your son married.. ..if you don’t get Tribeni married. Tribeni didn’t come here on her own. You had made a promise to her. Two weddings will take place here. Find a groom for her.
It’s your responsibility. Then only we’ll be a part
of this wedding. Do you all agree?
– Yes. I’m sure Ghatak would have
a lot of pictures of suitors. Ask him to find someone. Where will I find him now?
– Look for him. Hey! Matchmaker! Ghatak! Where are you? They are never available
when you need them. Where are you matching-maker?
– Matchmaker! Mr. Ghatak, where are you? That is not done. Let me try. I have a sore throat. Mr. Ghatak!
– How will he hear this man? Mr. Ghatak!
– I’m right here. Mr. Ghatak! There, he is. What were you doing there?
– Nothing. I was tying my ‘dhoti’. Tie it up properly. I was hiding because I am
scared of Tribeni’s uncle. Stop that. Find
an eligible suitor for Tribeni. How will I find a suitor now? You are a matchmaker. Go and find one. What are you saying? Grooms aren’t available in the market. Do what you can! I am in trouble now. Is that so?
– Hurry up! Convince a nice educated man. I’m ready to give a dowry. I’m going. I’ll try something. They’ll get married now. Go ahead and find someone. Your ‘dhoti’ is perfect. Go now. Poltu, what are you doing here? Let’s go in.
– Where? Let’s go to the wedding venue.
Poltu, you will have to.. ..marry Tribeni Kumar. Me? What nonsense are you talking about? I tried to search a lot.
Listen to me first. I can’t find a suitor for her.
– Can’t you? Do you know what I think?
– What? What do you think?
– You are a good match. Come with me.
– What are you doing? Let me go. The auspicious time will be over soon. What is the matter? Call them.
– What? – Call them. Speak louder. Call them. You are the priest.
They will listen to you. Let’s go, Poltu. Please come in now.
– No! What are you doing?
– I am right here. The time will get over soon.
– I have an important work. Oh no!
– I have to do it now. Your cousin is getting married.
– Okay. What can be more important? What is that important work?
– You won’t understand. If you don’t come with me,
I will be ruined. It’s so hot.
– Poltu, please! Why are you pushing me? Come with me, Poltu.
– If you don’t, I will get married. Let go of me!
– Poltu! Wait! What is the matter?
It’s time. Why isn’t anyone here yet? If you wait longer,
the auspicious time will be over. What can I do? Sir, please do it now.
– I can’t help it! Don’t scream!
– Calm down. He is shouting unnecessarily.
– Don’t get upset. What is the time? The groom is here. Let’s go. I am a groom too. Where is Mr. Ghatak? The house is here. Get down. Come with me, sir. C’mon. Come with me. Be careful.
– Come with me. Come with me. Bipin, it’s you! Yes, my friend.
Here is my son Anit. He is here to marry your niece. What are you saying?
I can’t believe my ears! I’m so happy.
You’ve done a great favour to me. No, there is nothing like that. We know Tribeni well.
We’ve met her since she was a child. As soon as the matchmaker told us,
we didn’t have to think twice. But there is a condition. We don’t want dowry
or gifts in this wedding. Now tell me if you like the groom. What are you saying?
How can I not like him? I’ve seen him grow up. Ask him what he is doing now. I’ve cleared my medical. I completed my internship.. ..and now I’m practising on my own. I can’t bless you enough.
Come with me. Get down. Why are you running?
– I’m here. Hey!
– Come with me. Will you get married alone?
Take her along. Don’t get stuck. Come with me. Hold my hand. They are married now. May you be happy together. Congratulate them. Can I get married, too? Give me my cap. She is my would-be daughter-in-law. Go ahead. You are here! Do you recognise her?
She is my daughter Tapa. Poltu and Tapa love each other. So, Poltu is marrying her
without any dowry. Great! Your hand! Move away, please. Let me hold her. Congratulate us! Keshto, you like to see them,
don’t you? Yes, I like it. When I marry you.. ..I won’t ask for dowry. I didn’t take dowry from you. I’m happy about that. I hope you won’t call me names now. Are you happy?
– Yes. I must say, I’m very happy today. I am not a bad person then. “After exchanging garlands
on the day of the wedding..” “..two people come together.” “When love blossoms in the hearts..” “..of two people, they come closer.” “The bride and groom.” Hello! Hi! I’m talking to you. Did you see what
a good matchmaker I am? If you need me,
don’t hesitate to call me. I hope you remember me. I’m the matchmaker. “The bride and groom.” “The bride and groom.”

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  1. বোঝেনা সে বোঝেনা ভারতী বাংলা মুভি সোহানের। আমার ছবিটা খুব সুন্দর লাগে।ফুল ছবি আসেনা

  2. বিভিন্ন স্বাদে পরিপূর্ণ এক দারুণ সুন্দর হৃষ্টপুষ্ট চিত্রনাট্য।

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