Maulavi! Maulavi! (Muslim priest) I wanted you something
since the past few days. But I couldn’t gather
the courage to ask you. If you allow then can I ask the question. So, you need my permission
to ask a question. Why do you need my permission? Am I a wild animal that I’ll devour you
if you as a question? I’m not the Sultan Bahadur of
Murshidabad… …who gives death sentence on
the slightest pretext. Don’t pretend to be meek.
Go ahead and ask the questions. This is what I wanted to ask. I’ve noticed that you’ve
been losing your temper at… …the drop of the hat
since the past few days. You seem to be in bad mood. Are you sick? What are you saying? Why will he be sick? He’s fit and fine. He had a kilo of mutton
with sixteen flatbreads. Can a sick person eat so much?
– No. That’s not possible. But what’s the reason
behind his bad temper. Nepal’s son Gopal said
something which spoilt my mood. Why? What did the barber’s son tell you? He defeated me in an argument. Maulavi! Maulavi! Did you get the news? No, son. What’s the news? Any bad news? Is war going to break out soon?
– No. Gopal, the son of Nepal,
the barber… He has come to our village
on the landlord’s invitation. What? On the landlord’s invitation? That’s possible. He’s the right hand man of
King Krishnachandra. Will the landlord invite me
instead of inviting him? Yes. you’re right. Maulavi sir,
do you remember something I said. What are you talking about? Have you forgotten? He had compared Allah
to a weighing scale. How can I forget? I’ve been defeated every time
I had an argument on religion with him. But, I won’t spare him this time. What shall you do? Listen, can you get fish fry? Of course. Why can’t I? Go and get it quickly.
– I’ll get it immediately. All the arrangements are in place. I’m waiting for Gopal to arrive. Alo, go and check if Gopal is coming. Yes, Maulavi. The fellow is nodding his head
and coming here. Call him. Uncle Gopal! Uncle Gopal! Who is it? Oh Alo! How are you?
– Fine. Maulavi sir is calling you. Maulavi sir is calling me? It means another argument
on religion will ensue. I’ll teach him a lesson again. Maulavi sir is calling me? That’s good news. Wait, I’m coming. Gopal, I’m good, very good. Where are you going? To take a look at my ancestral house.
– Okay. That’s good. That’s very good. Gopal, look I’m eating
one of the avatars of your Lord. ‘Wait, I’ll hit you back
with your weapon.’ Do you mean the third avatar? Third avatar? What do you mean? Matsya (fish), Kurma (turtle) and
Varaha (boar/pig)… you mean pig? Oh no! Forget about eating a pig. I take a bath whenever I hear it’s name. It’s considered impure in our religion. Oh no! “Who fools whom?” “Who cheats whom?” “Who’s honest and who’s dishonest?” “Who is real and who is fake?” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “Gopal Bhar will come.” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “A little bitter and a little sweet.” “Truth is a mixture of both.” “With varied emotions he brings us
the gift of laughter.” “Gopal Bhar is here.” “Gopal Bhar is here.” “The Gopal Bhar.” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “The characters here are very strange.” “Witness their activities.” “The characters…” “You listen with your ears closed.” “You think with your mouth shut.” “You see with your eyes closed.” “Gopal Bhar will come here.” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “Gopal Bhar will see everything.” “Yes, Gopal Bhar.” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “Gopal Bhar is here.” “Gopal Bhar will tell us.” “Gopal Bhar is here.” Subscribe to www.youtube.com/angelkids