Dil Ka Kya Kasoor
Every human being desires|to have a house of his own.
A place which is like heaven!
Even Rajesh Saxena|has a similar house.
And this house is called|Shanti Nivas. But...
- l will thrash you more!|- Please forgive me!
- Kaka? - Son, you|eat your breakfast.
- But Kaka that man... - l will|hit you more. - Please don't!
- l will not spare you! - Save me!|- Nobody will save you.
He is being paid for his deeds,|you eat your breakfast.
He will die, you go|and pacify Shalu.
- Please forgive me!|- Nobody will forgive you!
l cannot pacify her, you|go and do it yourself.
- Who me?|Never! - Help!
- What is the matter?|- l am dead!
You aren't dead yet! You have|burnt my blouse, l will kill you!
- Help me!|- Stop it, Shalu!
- What do you mean? Look, he burnt|my blouse. - We'll get a new one.
- Yes, get a new one. - Who will|get it? - Master will get it!
- But you ruined this one!|- l can use it for dusting.
Stop it! l told you|we will get a new one.
- Where will l get one better than|this? - On footpath, for 1 0 rupees!
You stupid fool! lnspite of being|beaten up, you talk so much?
- Come on, get lost!|- See his atrocity, brother.
- Now forget your anger! - l will|get more blouses for my dear sister!
- But brother... - Don't say|further, eat your breakfast now.
- l am not hungry. - How can you go|to college without eating anything?
- Atleast drink milk.|- For your brother's sake.
Okay, but only milk.
Now eat one toast, you listen|to him but not to me!
- Hurry up! - This is|emotional blackmail.
Hurry up, you are getting|late for college.
- What time is the show? - 1 2.30 p.m.|- lt means we will have to bunk.
lts the last day of the film,|we can attend the college later.
- What is the time? - 1 0 o'clock.|- Oh God, we are dead now!
- Why, what happened? - Don't you|know what happens here at 1 0 o'clock.
Oh yes, it is the time for|the witch's arrival!
Are you deaf?
- Can't you hear? - l can|hear as well as see, madam.
l think your eyesight is weak.|Now can you see properly?
lf you wear such dark|glasses, how can you see?
- Peace! See the way|he is ordering me?
- He... - Yes. What will you do?|- Arun, please calm down.
- You can drive now.|- Only if he moves from front!
What if he gets hit and dies?
- l will set you right!|- Alright, do it!
- What she did was not right.|- She actually intended killing you.
- She cannot harm me. - lf l was in|your place, l would have whacked her.
What nonsense! You have been|bashed up by Shalu many times.
- Have you ever whacked her back?|- l don't raise my hands on women!
- And he was giving me sermons|now! - l was just kidding!
The bell has rung, lets go!
- Are you very fond of drawing?|- No, drawing is not my subject.
l did not ask you whether|drawing was your subject or not.
All l want to know is what have|you tried to draw on the board?
Whoever has tried it out,|has made a good attempt.
You play such a dirty trick and|to top it you mock at me?
There is a limit to everything and|everyone should know to abide to it.
And it would be nice if you|also be within your limits.
- The same applies to you or else|l will... - Don't threaten me.
Because your empty threats|will not work on me.
l haven't made this picture nor do l|have the time for such useless things!
There is one problem but|l will solve it myself.
What is the matter?
- The principal has|called you. - Okay, sir.
Now the fun begins!
Can l come in, sir?
- There is a complaint against|you. - Against me?
- Shalini has complained. - Sir, she|has no other work besides that.
l wonder why she always|picks up a fight with me.
- But she says the same about you.|- She is lying! l stay away from her.
Arun, it would be better|if you avoid these fights.
- Okay, sir. - Anyway, l called|you because, like always...
... you will represent our college|in the inter college competition.
l hope that like always, this time|too, you will get the first prize.
And the first prize|goes to Miss Seema.
l request her to step on the|stage and receive her prize.
- Please come.|- This is your prize.
- Very good! - Brother! - Can l know|why is this prize been given?
- Hey, where are you going? - Son,|this was just the rehearsal.
- And very soon, she will even get a|real award. -That too a gold cup!
- And madam will have milk in it.|- You always speak rubbish!
Those cups are not meant for milk,|it is meant for decoration.
Don't keep it in the kitchen, if it|is lost you'll say l have stolen it.
Whatever l say, l only|get to hear this!
- Don't go and sleep again.|- Why is the function taking place?
Don't you know, Shalu has started|writing very good songs.
- Really? - And she has|another name also...
-... what is it called? - Pen name.|- Yes, that is it!
That's nice! l am glad that|we have a poet in our family.
Someone thought of scent of the|flowers and the rippling of the streams.
Or else nobody in this family could|think beyond sand, cement and iron!
Now we will tell Uncle Verma|and publish your songs.
But only on the condition that|you will sing for me first.
- No. - Why are you ashamed of your|brother? Come on, sing for him.
- Come on, sing. - Okay, only|if you will shut your eyes.
- Do it! - Alright, l will|close my eyes. Now sing.
lt is a mistake to confess|your love, not to fall in love.
Very good! But is this|the way to recite poetry?
- You make me nervous.|- l make you nervous?
And what if you have to|recite poetry in a gathering?
- l'll recite it very|nicely there. - How?
lt is a mistake to confess|your love, not to fall in love.
You may be rich,|but at least tell me.
ls it my fault that l am poor?
- Excellent!|- Very good!
What is this, my friend?
l am tired of hearing this poetry|of yours since the past two hours.
And then this|applause! Good!
The poetry is excellent.|lt deserves to be applauded.
My jaw is aching with|all this applauding!
Why don't you do one thing?|Go to meet Miss Seema.
Tell her that you are|her biggest fan on earth.
You keep reciting,|l'll keep applauding.
- Don't worry, l'll do|that someday too. - When?
When l die of listening to|her poetry and your applause?
l'll get to meet|her before you die.
Okay, now go to sleep.
Hey, mad woman!
Help! Someone|please help me!
My car has met with an accident.|Someone please help me!
- Help! - Nothing has happened|to you. Now come out.
What do you mean, nothing? This|happened because of your screams.
Now what are you'll waiting|for? Come and help me.
We help only those|who deserve it.
- And you keep fighting|with him. - So what?
- But how will l go to college now?|- By taxi, or go walking.
You mean fellow!|Can't you even help a girl?
- Hey, what happened?|- Accident. - But how?
- All this happened because|of that idiot. - Who?
That Mr. Great of yours.
- Who, Arun?|- Who else?
- But how was he responsible for|the accident? - He's jinxed.
As soon as l saw him|l met with an accident.
l'm standing right here.|Why are you honking?
- Give me my money|madam. - Money?
My purse is in the car.|How much?
- Twelve rupees. - You were blowing|the horn so loudly for only Rs. 1 2.
- Here. - l don't have change.|- So what do l do?
- l don't have change.|- Have l asked for change?
- l have to return your money.|- Did l ask him for it?
- Please brother...|- ls he your brother?
- No. But he does not have change.|- When did l ask for money?
- Sometimes you behave like you|are crazy. - He'll make me mad.
- Who?|- Mr. Great himself!
Hey, what are you doing|here in this heat?
- Searching for you.|- For me?
- ls everything okay?|- Have you forgotten?
- What? - What day is it today?|- Today is Wednesday.
- Date? - Twelfth.|- Time? - Around 1 a.m.
What is the problem?|l am very busy.
lf you were busy, why did you|promise to take me to lunch?
Thank God you remember now. Since|when l'm phoning you in office.
They told me that the|boss is at the site.
l was so busy that l forgot.
Change your habits Rajesh.|Let's go, l'm hungry.
- We'll go for shopping later.|- Go with Shalu, Anu.
l'll join you'll|in some time.
Try to understand Anu.|The architect is going to come.
And what about me? l came|here looking for you.
l'm telling you|since so many days.
Today again you don't have|time for your fiancee.
Go with Shalu. l'll join|you'll in some time.
Shalu is not home.|She's gone to college.
- There's some function|today. - Function?
Greetings from Shashi Kumar|to every one present here.
Firstly, l would like to present|some artists in front of you.
With me, all the college|students have arrived here.
They'll present their|items before you.
So now, Vijay Kumar|from D.M. College.
The artist who is coming|before you now...
... is Lalita from|Pitambar college.
Yes, and now comes Kishor Anand|from our own college.
Yes friends. Now l'm|presenting the artist...
... who does require|need any introduction.
The young and handsome|Arun Kumar from our own college.
- Let's go.|- But why?
- Let's go.|- Please sit.
Friends, this award actually|belongs to the writer of this song.
l wouldn't have received this award|if this song wasn't so beautiful.
Hence, l want Miss Shalu|to get this award.
You don't know my real name. Say|that Miss Seema should get the award.
l mean Miss Seema should get it.
Because l've written the song|under the pen name of Seema.
The song sounds good only|when the lyrics are good.
Songs with bad lyrics can never|sound nice. Your intelligent.
Who are you talking to?|You're all alone.
Where were you|till now, brother?
l was so eager to give|you some good news.
- What good news? - There was a|competition in our college today.
All colleges participated. There|were excellent performances.
- And you know what? - What?|- Only my song received the prize.
- Where's the prize?|- Arun took it away.
- What? - Yes,|he sang my song.
And he sang it so well that|everybody was speechless.
- But who is Arun?|- Arun?
He studies in my college|and we're in the same class.
- Did you congratulate him?|- Congratulate?
Congratulations,|you sang very well.
- Congrats! - You sang very|well. - Thank you.
- You made the college proud again.|- He's my follower, right boss?
You call him a follower and|boss in the same breath?
- Why are you so confused?|- Congratulations Arun.
- Hey Arun. - Yes?|- The troublemaker is arriving.
Congratulations! You have|proved that you are truly great.
Enough!|Don't praise so much.
Won't l praise someone|who deserves it?
Hey Shalu. Will you just sit|there or congratulate him?
Stay away! You can|congratulate him from afar.
She'll ruin our happiness|if she comes too close.
lt is not good to joke|all the time. Come.
- Why are you calling her?|- She wants to congratulate you.
Don't ridicule her.
Why are you quiet?|Say something.
You are an excellent singer.
Thank you. Since when have you|started appreciating talent?
l mean, since when do you|know anything about music?
Good taste is needed|to appreciate music.
And you don't have|such musical taste.
That was mean of you Arun. She|was so eager to congratulate you.
She got flowers for you,|and you broke her heart?
- What, she had got|flowers? - Move.
Good she didn't get a bouquet or she|would've placed a time bomb in it.
- l'm not that bad.|- Who says you're bad?
Then why does he always taunt me?|Did you see how he insulted me today?
- ln front of everybody.|- He is not bad at heart.
l'm only bad at heart.|Everybody else is nice.
Everything is my fault.
l insulted him.|l picked a fight with him.
- Try to understand Shalu.|- Understand what Roma?
l took flowers for him|on your suggestion.
l congratulated him.|Did you see the result?
What does he think of himself?
He has become so vain since|he's received the award.
He wouldn't have won if he hadn't|sung the song written by me.
He sings my song and|then acts smart with me.
He got the award because|of my song, right?
lf l had given my servant this|song to sing, even he would've won.
Mental cases are revived|with electric shocks.
Do you want me|to die, you fool?
l was singing about my|father-in-law, not you.
He's also a mean old man like|you. The postman has come.
- Letter for Murli.|- My Lajjo's letter.
- Letter for you. - Give me|Rs. 1 to give to the policeman.
Lajjo sends unstamped letter to|you and l pay the fine. Fool.
- Cut it from my wages.|- From you're wages?
You take the wages in advance|and send them to your village...
-... and then beg from me.|- Consider it as help.
lf one country can take|help from another,...
... a producer can take|help from a financier,...
... then can't l take your help?
- But l don't have money. - Then|sit outside a temple. - Why?
- You fool! - One rupee.|- One rupee?
l'll do one thing. l'll write a|letter and leave it unstamped.
Then add them and take Rs.2 from|Lajvanti's father in our village.
May God bless you. Am l writing|a letter or giving her blessings?
l'm not enjoying here.|Yes, l'll go there and write.
My dear little... not little.|lt's a childish word.
My Lajjo, here l am...|such a useless letter?
My darling|... no not this.
My darling, give me a kiss.
You'll ask what darling means.
ln this city girls are called|darling by their lovers.
And they keep asking|them for kisses.
ln our village this|can never happen.
My dream lover, l haven't heard|your sweet voice since many years.
Here l only get to hear|Miss Shalu's scoldings.
l didn't know that girls in the|city are so rude and snobbish.
Hey, shoes?! l had heard that|shoes are worn on the feet.
How did these feet come here?|Have l entered the shoe closet?
l was only writing a letter.
You fool, you spoiled my diary.
l was writing a letter to my wife.
My diary! ldiot, you spoiled|my diary. Oh God!
Did you see God, what Shalu|did to this devotee of yours?
lf l go to my village like this,|the dogs will also chase me away.
What was my fault? Just that l|used some paper and ink of hers?
Such a big punishment for|replying to my Lajjo's letter?
What did this girl gain by|keeping apart two lovers?
Now you have pity on me, God.|Please fulfill my wish.
May Shalu fall into unrequited|love. l'll watch and enjoy then.
- Are you staring at Arun?|- You've become crazy.
You keep thinking about him|and now you are accusing me.
lt is not wrong to|think about a brother.
- Since when is he your brother?|- Since you fell in love with him.
- Stop it!|Let's go. - Okay.
Look, he's sitting alone. Today|tell him what you feel about him.
That you love him a lot.|You won't get a better chance.
Go Shalu, be brave.
Hey Arun, here you are. l've|got five tickets for the cinema.
- But the exam is... - Forget that.|This movie has that famous song.
lt's a love story, you'll|have to come. Shut this book.
- What were you thinking|about? - Nothing.
- Don't lie. You've changed a|lot Shalu. - Of course not.
- My eyes and nose are also in their|places. - Don't avoid the subject.
You are not the same Shalu that|the entire college was afraid of.
- lsn't anybody afraid now?|- No, now you've become so quiet.
You are always lost in your|thoughts and keep sighing aloud.
Have you really fallen|in love with Arun?
Look, don't talk nonsense.|l'm not in love.
- And you ... forget it.|- Hey, listen!
Nothing can be done|about this girl now.
- You should get a position.|- l'll try my best, sir.
What do you mean, you'll try?|You should definitely get it.
- How are you're tuitions going?|- Fine, but only with your help.
What help? l admire you're|courage and devotion.
You are studying, and giving|tuitions too. Very good.
Someone else wants to|take tuitions from you.
A student from the second|year of Arts. Vikas.
l know his father very well.
l'll never forget the|favours you do for me.
- Don't call it a favour.|- Really sir,...
When l meet you, l forget|that l'm an orphan.
lt is okay to get emotional,|but getting carried away...
... weakens a person.
And l want you to be|very strong, not weak.
- You've started again? - l was|just saying good morning.
He's going on there,|and you here.
- When will you'll study? - Forget|about studies. - Professor's coming.
- He's still not stopped.|- Hey battery, come here and sit.
- l've warned you so many times.|- He will never mend his ways.
- Will you? - Hey, that|rich girl is looking at you.
- Shut up now! - Hey, look at her|at least once. - You look ahead.
Hey Shalu, what happened to you?
- Maybe love. - What?|- You always said...
... that l've changed, l'm|always silent and sad,...
... and keep thinking about|something, right? You were right.
lf my being restless, silent and|moody means that l'm in love...
... then l've really fallen|in love with Arun.
l had already guessed that. But|why did you let everybody know?
You made such a big deal out of it.|You got yourself insulted in college.
You've made a laughing|stock of yourself.
Now what if your brother|hears about this?
- How am l related to you?|- You're my brother.
- What do you refer to me as?|- As a father.
That's because l|raised like a father.
Like a mother l made sure that my|difficulties did not affect you.
l worked hard, went through|a lot of troubles...
... but fulfilled your every wish.
l made sure that you did not|feel deprived of anything.
- What did you lack Shalu?|- Nothing.
No! lf that was the case then|people wouldn't taunt me.
They wouldn't laugh at|me behind my back.
They wouldn't say that,|'' There goes Rajesh Saxena...''
''... who was always so proud|of himself. ''He always said...
... he would wed his|sister to a prince.
And today his sister had him|degraded for an ordinary man.
He's not ordinary.|You don't know him.
l just know that this is|Rajesh Saxena's house...
... and is as holy as a temple.
l am not an ordinary man...
... who can be insulted by|every person who wants to.
You'll will surely pass|with good grades.
- l'm sure we will, sir.|- Sir again?
We'll surely pass with good|grades. We won't disappoint you.
Shall we leave?
- Are you Arun? - Yes, what is it?|- Are these your students?
- Looks like they trust you a|lot. - That's their priority.
l've heard a lot about you.|You're a good student too.
What do you plan to do|after getting educated?
- Get a job. - You're parents?|- l don't have anybody.
l'm an orphan.
- Where's your house?|- This hostel room is my house.
- And after college gets over?|- l'll think about that later.
First l want to know something.|You've asked me so many questions...
... but haven't|introduced yourself yet.
- l am Rajesh. - Rajesh? - lsn't|it enough for an introduction?
lt is enough, but...
l'm a businessman and am always on|the look out for intelligent students.
Now you'll want to know my aim.|l want to help boys like you.
l have seen many educated boys|wander aimlessly for a job.
Nowadays recommendation works|and you don't have one.
But l'll never need|a recommendation.
Failure and disappointment|will cow you down.
You haven't ventured out|into the society yet.
So much kindness|in the first meeting?
You can test me.|l never lose.
l can face any difficulties.
You won't remain lucky forever.
l am giving you an offer. Work|with me, l have a huge business.
l'll give you partnership too.
Nobody does any thing for some|one without reason, Mr. Rajesh.
Tell me what your|ulterior motive is.
lf you're really a big businessman|and are so sympathetic...
... then please help|those young men...
... who are cowed down by|failure and disappointment.
- l'll be very happy. - Either|you are over confident,...
-... or very foolish.|- Or very stubborn?
Now there's nothing to worry about.|Your brother knows everything now.
- Look Rama... - l'll do the|shopping, you don't worry.
- Make a list quickly. - You'll|do the shopping for me? - Yes.
- l know your choice very well.|- Now you don't even like my choice?
Okay Miss Shalini.|Since you've liked Arun...
... you have started|disliking everything else.
One day you'll say that|you don't like me too.
Look Rama, don't make me mad.
l'm not doing anything.|You've already become mad.
- l've become mad? - Yes,|that's what people say.
You've become mad since|you've seen Arun.
- l'm mad? - Yes. - l'll|teach you a lesson now.
Don't hit me Shalu, l'll get|hurt. You don't understand.
- Brother? - Okay, l'll|leave. Hello brother.
Hello Rama, how are you?
l'm fine.|Okay, l'll leave.
- l've come and you're leaving,|why? - No, actually, l...
Let her go. A boy's family is|coming to seek her alliance.
Really? Then what|are you doing here?
- She's hiding here.|- Hey, go home.
Tell the driver to drop you home.
- Yes? - l had gone|to meet Arun today.
He's a nice boy,|but is very stubborn.
Being stubborn either|makes or breaks a man.
Look, all my life l've taken|are of my status standard.
So, you'll have to wait till|Arun becomes successful.
Go, go and tell him|that you love him.
- Yes, but l'm scared.|- Don't irritate me, go.
- No, l'm feeling shy.|- You go, or l'll go.
No, wait. Look, both of us|need not go, let's go away.
Hey, go here, not there. Go.
Okay, let me feel|a little confident.
- Okay l'll go. - Look...|- l'll go slowly.
Look, all my life l've taken|care of my status and standard.
Hence, you'll wait till|Arun becomes successful.
- Here, have your milk. - Why|did you go to all that trouble?
What trouble? l knew my sister must|be studying early in the morning,...
... so why not|have tea together?
- l passed...|- And Arun stood first, right?
- How did you know?|- Even l read the news paper.
l was more eager than you|to find out this result.
But the real exam begins now.
Even passing is of no use. l should|have worked somewhere instead.
At least l would've|earned something.
- You're right. - At least|throw some nice cards.
- This always happens.|- Hey Arun, what happened?
The usual thing.|No vacancy.
Do you have a recommendation?|The same old nonsense.
But how long will this go on Arun?
Since many days we're staying in|this hostel with the principal's help.
Where will we go when|the college begins?
We'll go together, wherever we go.|Why are you getting tensed?
What do you mean, why|am l getting tensed?
Till the college canteen was|working, we got food to eat.
Since it has been closed,|there's hardly anything to eat.
We'll starve to death,|try to understand.
No one is going to starve.|l've got some good news.
- Did you get a job? - No,|there's an offer for a program.
- Program? - Yes, a variety program|is being held the day after tomorrow.
They needed a singer,|so l agreed.
Hey, are you going to sing?|Let me hear how you sing.
- Not me, you fool.|- Can l? - Shut up!
- Arun will sing.|- What, me?
They'll pay you Rs.500.|- Rs.500?
- But without asking me?|- l'll ask you now.
- Won't you sing,|my dear? - No!
- l have an interview on that day.|- But your item is after the interval.
The interview is in the morning|and the item is in the evening.
lf you sing, we'll get|some money for food.
We'll starve if you don't sing!
- Say yes, please. - Please|say yes, you're very nice.
Very good, Arun.|And here is your...
... favourite magazine.
lt contains the songs|by your Miss Seema too.
Prepare yourself now.
l really get bored. What|do these books contain?
lt's all imaginary. Heavenly|surroundings, a beautiful girl,...
... and then a tall, dark and|handsome man enters her life.
They both start meeting and|then comes an unknown obstacle.
The girl sheds tears,|turns against the man,...
... and then suddenly some|one comes as an angel,...
... clears the misunderstanding|and unites the hero and heroine.
Here you are, come!
Thank God you've come.|She was getting bored alone.
She was enjoying a story.
Anyway, you united the|hero and heroine.
Where have they united? The heroine|is still pining away for the hero.
What do you mean?|Haven't they met yet?
- Keep quiet!|- Why to keep quiet?
- We'll arrange a meeting.|- But how?
There is a show in the evening|and Arun is going to sing there.
l've already got the|tickets too. Let's go.
- But l cannot go.|- Why?
- Brother has forbidden me.|- Don't worry about your brother.
- l'll talk to him.|- Yes.
- But... - No buts, now go|with Rama to the program. Go.
My darling sister-in-law.
- Rama. - Yes? - Did you|hear Arun singing today?
Not only did l hear,|l saw him singing.
- Did everybody like his song?|- What do you think?
l got an idea when l|saw him singing today.
- What? - What if Arun|makes a career of singing?
Wow! That's an|excellent idea.
But the problem is that where will|he get the money for the programs?
Who will arrange the program?|l mean who will get the sponsors?
- You'll find the sponsors.|- Me?! - Yes, you.
And l'll give the money.|But on one condition.
- What? - Both my brother and|Arun should not know about this.
- Shall we go?|- Let's go.
- Nowadays publicity has|become so easy. - Yes.
- Mr. Arun has come.|- Hello.
- Hello.|- Hello.
- Am l late? - No, you're|exactly on time. - Please sit.
- Shall we start?|- Yes, sure.
- Yes, Mr. Tripathi.|- Big stars often reach late.
But how do you always|manage to be on time?
All l can say is that it is|clever to move with times.
Or else you will be left|behind in the race with time.
- Tell me something|Mr. Arun. - Yes?
You have become highly successful|in such a short span of time.
- What is the secret behind this?|- There is no big secret.
My sincere efforts and|well wishers like you,...
... who appreciated my talent and|made me famous in such a short period.
- Mr. Arun. - Yes?|- There is a saying.
Behind every successful|man lies a woman.
ls there such a woman|in your life too?
Not yet. But when there is somebody,|you'll be the first one to know.
Tell me something. The songs you|sing are as beautiful as your voice.
Do you write these|songs yourself?
No, l only sing. My songs are|written by a poetess named Seema.
Oh! This means that some credit for|your success goes to Miss Seema.
- Sure. - But you|had just said that...
... no woman is responsible|for your success.
- Yes. - But this means that there|is a woman behind your success.
Seema's song is on the fourth|page, second column. Okay?
- How can l help you sir?|- lt will be a favour, not help.
- Favour? - A poetess named Seema|writes poetry for your magazine.
- Yes.|- l want her address.
l'm sorry, but she has forbidden|us to give her address to anybody.
But if you have a letter or a|message, you can send to our office.
We'll send it to her.
Hello, Miss Seema.|l tried a lot to meet you.
But all my attempts failed,|and my eagerness increased.
l cannot repay you for|your favours all my life.
Still, l could have|thanked you for them.
l could have touched your|feet and taken your blessings.
No Arun, don't say that.|You are always in my heart.
l am very eager to meet you and|have tried to imagine you very often.
Often l have drawn your pictures|and then have tore them myself.
Because my imagination is|not as beautiful as yours.
Just permit me to meet you once.
Promise to meet me at least once.
Rajesh dear, this is|Arun's photo, right?
- Yes. - Wow! He's|become very famous.
Look, his photos are getting|printed in magazines too.
What are you waiting for now?|Why don't you go and talk to him?
l'm not waiting for anything.|l had gone to meet him.
But he has gone out of|town to meet his principal.
l'll go to meet him|as soon as he returns.
But one thought terrifies me.
- What? - When Shalu|will go away...
... this house will become very lonely.|She's the life of this house.
- How will l live without her?|- You're right.
But every girl has to get|married and this your duty.
You have to send her|off like a father.
Why are you staring|at me, dear singer?
Are you angry with me? So why|did you write and ask to meet me?
Now you've become angry?|That's not the matter.
Even l am very|anxious to meet you.
But l'm helpless.|Anyway, don't worry.
We'll meet very|soon, l promise.
Along with the profit and loss, our|prestige is also at stake Mr. Mohan.
l cannot ruin the company|and it's goodwill.
The plan, area and material|of this building...
... will not be changed.|Understood?
- Sir, phone for you.|- Give.
l'm Anu speaking.|Come home fast.
- Why, is everything okay?|- Everything's fine. You come home.
- But what is the matter?|- Today is Arun's show.
- At what time? - At 6 o'clock.|l've sent Rama for the tickets.
- You come fast.|- Very good, l'm coming.
- l have to go Mr. Mohan.|- But sir, the engineer is coming.
- Call him later. - But all your|appointments? - Cancel them.
- What about the payments? - l've|signed the cheques, you fill them.
l'm taking my|sister's proposal today.
l have to go Mr. Mohan. You'll|manage everything, please.
- Okay sir, you go. l'll|manage everything. - Okay.
Hey Murali.|Where has he gone?
Lajjo will be waiting for me.|l'll surely come.
l'm living with your memories Lajjo.
l'll write you a letter.|l'll never forget you Lajjo.
l wish l was with you Lajjo.
But l'm helpless Lajjo.|There's only one room...
... and at nights that mean|old fellow sleeps with me.
The where can l|keep you Lajjo?
Sometimes l imagine him|as you in my sleep.
- Has your bull come Lajjo?|- You fool!
You keep sleeping|the entire day.
- Go wash the utensils.|- You are very hard hearted.
What difference did it make if|l spoke to Lajjo for two minutes?
- This is why you didn't get married.|- Go or else l'll slap you.
Oh no, sir has come.|l'll go now.
- You've come? - Yes, is Shalu ready?|- Yes, and she is very happy.
Even l am very happy today.
- l wanted to ask you|something. - What is it?
On meeting Arun... l mean...
What do the girl's family|say to the boy's family?
l'm going to talk to Arun|about Shalu's alliance...
-... and am getting nervous. - What|is there to get nervous about?
When you meet the boy, you'll tell|him that you're Shalu's brother.
He'll understand himself.|Anyway...
... you'll have to make the first|move as you're from the girl's side.
- You've come?|- Yes, where's Shalu?
Will you'll just stare at each|other or go for the program too?
Yes Rajesh, hurry up|or the show will begin.
- Come Shalu.|- Come Shalu.
Hello. Friends, all|entertainment shows...
... always have a|surprise in store.
And the show that is connected to|the producers of Tips Cassettes...
... will obviously have|a musical surprise.
Because the makers of Tips Company|have always made the attempt...
... to present the best|of the artists before you.
We want you'll to hear and see all|the stars from the world of music.
But the star that we are|going to meet tonight...
... does not need|any introduction.
He is a surprise inspite|of not being a surprise.
Because you'll know him very well|and always want to stay near him.
Because he is the very|famous and popular star,...
... your very own Arun Kumar.
l know why Arun Kumar is|getting late in arriving here.
Arun Kumar has reached|those heights today,...
... had attained|so much fame,...
... that we listen to his songs|all the time and on all occasions.
The won't his happiness|make us happy?
Then listen carefully to what|l'm going to announce now.
Arun Kumar is no longer alone.
Arun Kumar has got married.
l want to hear an|even louder applause.
Which will force Arun Kumar to|come on stage with his wife.
There was no ground below my feet,|nor was there the sky above my head.
l was living in|a different world.
Why won't l sigh when in sorrow?
There will always be smoke|where there is a fire.
Shall l switch on the light, son?
No, l've begun|to fear light now.
Look, all this depends on destiny.
Destiny has really won today. l've|been fighting destiny all my life.
l never let it defeat me.
l made my own destiny.|But l am defeated today.
No don't say that.|These are God's doings.
Maybe it will prove|better for all of us.
l'm a dejected man.
l had gone very proudly with|my sister's proposal there.
Did you see how|circumstances defeated me?
All my life l was proud of|my standard and status,...
... and thought that l could|attain anything l wanted.
And today fate has|dealt me a big blow.
l wish l had spoken to Arun|about it on that day itself.
l should have begged him|to accept the proposal.
l shouldn't have|been so conceited.
l had gone to ask for something|without even being humble.
And now l have been|humbled by my pride.
How can l face my|sister empty handed?
What will l say to Shalu?
No, l cannot face her.
l cannot console her.
You cried out your|sorrows before me.
You lightened your heart.
But that poor girl hasn't said any|thing. She's become completely quiet.
Although her sorrow|is much more than ours.
l know her son.
l have taken care of her|since she was a child.
Her silence is the indication|of the arrival of a big storm.
Comfort your sister before this|storm threatens to over take her.
- Are you crying brother?|- Forgive me, my sister.
l couldn't unite you with Arun.|l couldn't get you married.
l am already married.
l've accepted him|since the day l saw him.
l am only fulfilling|my commitment.
Yes, it is true...
... none of the|wedding rituals...
... were performed for me.
This is the prayer|room in our house.
There are idols of many Gods|here, but only this one photo.
And the name written on this photo|is as great as any God for me.
This name is as divine|as any God for me.
This name has|brought hope in my life.
l have a request for you. When|you pray to the other Gods,...
... pray to this photo too.
- Bow your head and take|it's blessings. - Yes.
We'll begin our new life|with her blessings, Meena.
lt's impossible. There are shows|in Calcutta on the 1 2, 1 3 & 1 4.
From the 1 5 to 20 there|are shows in Delhi.
l'll try to adjust you but|l can't promise anything.
No. Okay, do one|thing, call later.
- Hello, sir. - Hello.|- Oh, hello.
- You've come so late. Hello|sister-in-law. - Hello.
- How was your trip?|- Very nice.
- Any letter from Miss Seema?|- Neither any letter, nor any song.
What is the matter?|What are you thinking?
l was writing a letter to Miss Seema.|l don't know what to write.
Give, today l'll write the letter.
- You'll write the letter?|- Yes, why?
- Nothing.|Here, write it.
Our dear Miss Seema.
Miss Seema is fine.|Don't worry about her.
How can l not worry? This|has never happened before.
She used to reply my letter,|and send a song too.
God forbid, is she ill?
Mr. Arun, how can l convince|you that Miss Seema is fine?
- Maybe there's a financial problem.|- No, she has no financial problem.
Don't worry. Give us your|letter, we'll send it to her.
- You'll surely send this|letter to her, right? - Yes.
Can't l come with you too?
You are embarrassing me Mr. Arun.
l've often told you that Miss Seema|has forbidden us to give her address.
And then, you should just be|concerned about your songs.
Right, Mr. Arun?
Come on Shalu, hurry|up and get dressed.
- Why? - A few of my friends|have come from America.
We are all going for shopping, and|will be going for dinner after that.
- Come on. - No,|l'm not in the mood.
You are spoiling others'|moods along with your own.
Why are you bent on|ruining your life?
You are mistaken. Neither am|l spoiling anybody's mood,...
-... nor am l ruining my life.|- Look Shalu,...
... be practical. You cannot|spend your life in your dreams.
Let go of the past.|Forget about Arun.
- Sister-in-law!|- l'm right, Shalu.
Arun is out of your reach.
He belongs to someone else.|You are not a part of his life.
But he is a part of my life.
Don't be foolish! There are many|eligible bachelors in this city.
Don't waste your time Shalu.
You are wasting your time. Go,|you'll get late for shopping.
- There's a letter for|you Miss Shalu. - Letter?
You'll never change.
Our dear Miss Seema,|you must be surprised...
... to see whose written this letter|and l am sorry about the fact...
... that l haven't|written to you earlier.
Why didn't l thank an|angel like you earlier?
l am Arun's wife, Meena.
My happiness keeps reminding|me of you and your blessings.
We have tried to meet|you many times,...
... but we don't understand|why you don't want to meet us.
Please forgive us if|we've made any mistakes.
Don't be angry with us.|Please answer our letter.
Write songs for Arun to sing or|our dreams will be shattered.
We are committing a folly|by sending a cheque for you.
Don't think of it as a price|for your songs and your favours.
Accept it as a|loving gift from us.
Gratefully yours, Meena.
Today your debt's been repaid. You|have got the price for your songs.
His wife has insulted your|love by giving you this money.
- No. - The truth is|always harsh, Shalu.
Arun has never loved you.
No, that is not true.|Arun loves me.
He loves Seema, not you. He's|always hated Shalu, and always will.
- Enough!|- Don't be foolish.
There are many eligible|bachelors in this city.
Don't waste your time Shalu. You|cannot live your life in your dreams.
- Forget Arun!|- She is right!
He became well-known because of your|songs. Your songs brought him fame.
Take your revenge.|Take away his fame.
- Make him poor again!|- Quiet!
l love Arun.|He belongs to me.
See, this a blank cheque!
Arun has written my name on|it himself and has signed it.
Can anybody ever do that?
This is my most priced possession.|l'll treasure this cheque all my life.
l'll sacrifice my|life for his happiness.
Did you'll hear?
l'll write songs for my Arun.
l'll pray that he always prospers.
That he always remains happy.
- You're very happy today?|- Why won't l be happy?
l'm going to become|a father. Papa!
- And you are going to|become a mother. - Oh no!
Okay, you'll become ''Mummy''.
And we are going to|get a baby daughter.
Why a daughter?|Why not a son?
Because l want a daughter.
- And l have already thought of a|name for my daughter. - What is it?
My daughter's name will be|Seema. lsn't it a nice name?
lt's a very nice name.
- Congratulations!|- Congratulations to you too.
- How did you find out?|- But how did you find out?
- l have a letter.|- What letter?
Miss Seema's letter, what else?
She has written a letter after so|long that l came to congratulate you.
Oh? So this is the matter?
l thought it is something else.
See Meena?|Our child is so lucky.
- Where's the child? - We named our|child and... - Congratulations!
Yes. We named|our child Seema,...
... and we received a|letter from Miss Seema.
Shalu?|Hey, what happened?
Now stop it.|You've had enough.
Will drinking this|reduce your tensions?
- Has Shalu gone to sleep?|- Yes, everything will be fine.
- You don't worry.|- Don't worry?
But how can l not worry? l get|terrified if something happens to her.
This over indulgence of|yours has spoilt her.
You are responsible for|her condition today.
Me?! l am responsible|for her condition?
Yes Rajesh. lf you keep her|in this house always,...
... what else can happen?|Let her go out.
Let her enjoy and|begin a new life.
- Even l want that.|- Only wanting it cannot help.
Take her out of|this house Rajesh.
- Ooty?|- Yes, Ooty.
No, l have gone to Ooty|many times. You'll go.
That's the limit. We made|the program for you...
... and you are|refusing to go. Get up.
- No, l don't want to go.|- This is great!
What is it? You'll|are still sitting here?
Get up, l'll have the|luggage put into the car.
- No, l don't want to go. - Hey,|the program was made for you.
Go for a few days, Ooty|is a nice place. Come.
Come on, hurry up. We're|really going to enjoy.
- Come. - Where? - Where|else, to roam around.
No, l don't feel like.|You'll go.
Don't get on my nerves.|We made this program for you.
- And she...|- Please come Shalu.
- Come, you'll like it.|- l don't feel like, you'll go.
Okay, nobody will go.|Come on.
Look Rama, don't be stubborn. Go|for my sake. l'll come in the evening.
Okay, let's go. Bye.
- You?|- You, here?
- Since when've you started liking|books? - lt's just for a change.
- But what brought you here? - My|friend has organized a function here.
l've come to sing there. l've|made a career out of singing now.
- What do you want in these books?|- lf there are any nice poems...
... l feel compelled|to sing them.
Now look, Miss Seema has|written an amazing poem.
Love makes one helpless.
My heart is not at fault.
Anyway, forget all this. What|are you doing in the evening?
- Nothing. - Would you like|coming to watch my program?
- Sure. - Then l'll come to take|you at 7 p.m. in the evening.
- Okay?|- l'll be waiting for you.
Mr. Arun has sent these|flowers and this letter.
Miss Shalini, l got a sudden call|from home that my wife has fallen ill.
Hence l couldn't come.|l'm sorry.
lf possible we'll meet again.
l hope you will forgive me, Arun.
- What do you mean? - Yes Rajesh,|you've never cared about me.
We're engaged since two years and l|may have to wait for many more years.
l'd told you prior|to our engagement,...
... that till Shalu does|not get married,...
-... l too cannot get married.|- Then when will Shalu get married?
Answer me. Do you have|any answer for me?
No. Shalu will not|get married now,...
... because the boy that she|loved has married someone else.
But your sister still thinks|of him to be her husband.
- She is immature.|- But you are mature.
You tell me, how|long should l wait?
- But she is ill. - No, she|is in love, Rajesh.
And she will get over|it only after her death.
l have become bad luck|for this house after all.
Don't destroy your|happiness for my sake.
Get married. Get|sister-in-law home.
Call the doctor, she|has very high fever.
l've given her an injection now.|The fever will wear off by morning.
But doctor, why is|her fever recurring?
She has taken|some matter to heart.
- We're trying our best but...|- Happiness is the best cure for her.
And it is your duty|to keep her happy.
- Me? - Yes, we|have given up now.
Now you'll have to|help us. Look Rama...
... l have never differentiated|between you and Shalu.
Today l beg of you...
... please save Shalu.
Get her out of this trauma,|l'll always be indebted to you.
Don't embarrass me. l am|as worried as you are.
Shalu will become alright.
l am fine. What has|happened to me?
Ask your self that question. Go|and see your face in the mirror.
l am perfectly fine.|What's happened?
- Come sit.|- Why should l sit here?
l don't even feel like|coming in this house now.
lt's become as|depressing as a graveyard.
Earlier there was so much|gaiety and laughter in this house.
You kept this house|alive with your laughter.
You've changed so much.|What has happened to you?
Rama, haven't you|heard what elders say?
- What? - That girls should|sober down after marriage.
- What is going on?|- Nothing! l am only eating.
- Then eat. - lt is bland.|Let me have some pickle.
- The doctor's forbidden you to|eat it. - l can't eat this food.
l too am eating it.|But l don't find it bland.
- Give me a little pickle.|- No!
- What is this?|- What?
How did this bottle of|pickle come on the table.
- This is only to see not to eat.|- What do you mean?
l mean the food doesn't taste|so bland when she sees the pickle!
lt is a time tested remedy, sir.
- Since the past 5 years,|my wife... - Enough!
Use this remedy in your house.
And next time l don't want|to see this bottle here.
Forget the table it won't be|seen in the house itself.
l'll take it away. My|wife is again pregnant.
- Shall l take it, sir?|- Okay.
Everyone except me|can eat pickles.
You are different from other,|come on, open your mouth.
- l am not hungry.|- How will you feel hungry?
You are all the time busy writing.|First eat and then write.
Only a little is left.|You leave it here, l'll eat it.
- Sure?|- Yes.
- Okay, but before|it get cold. - Okay.
l am keeping it here.
- You have still not started|eating? - l'll eat.
- Did you serve Shalu?|- Yes.
- She'll eat now you too eat.|- l am not hungry.
You are hungry but you|are mentally disturbed.
lf you don't eat well, who|will take care of this house.
Son, take care of yourself|and eat you meals well.
What is the matter?|ls everything alright.
Shalu is running high fever and|her food is also lying untouched.
But she assured me she'd eat.
You should have seen|to it that she eats.
l'll call the doctor and as soon as|she wakes up feed her something.
- Doctor, l am Rajesh speaking?|- What is the matter, Mr. Saxena.
Shalu is running high fever.|Why isn't the fever subsiding?
l am trying my best.
Anyway, don't worry.|l will check her again.
Meet me on your|way to the office.
You tricked me by not|eating food last night.
lt became late and the food|too had turned cold.
So, l didn't|feel like eating.
You should've called me.|l would've re-warmed it for you.
How could l call you?|You were sleeping.
l was sleeping not dead.
Don't ever say that again!
Okay but now|eat your breakfast.
- Only milk.|- No.
- But you have to take your|medicine along too. - Later?
- No! Take it in my|presence. - Okay.
- Will you please fetch|my napkin? - Okay.
- Did you take your medicines?|- Yes. That's a nice child.
Finish the entire milk.|Don't leave anything behind.
There are patches on her lungs.
Please forgive me, Rajesh.
Have faith in God.|Everything will be fine.
Forgive me, God. One day in|a fit of anger l spoke ill...
... against Ms. Shalu and|now that has come true.
There couldn't be|anybody worse than me.
l cursed her. Please|forgive me, Lord.
Henceforth, l'll never|speak bad about anyone.
And l'll never ask|anything for myself.
But let Shalu recover, Oh God!
We don't have blood to match|her blood group, doctor.
- Take my blood, doctor but|save my sister. - Okay.
Sister, check his blood group.
You sit outside while we|check your blood group.
Suck every drop of blood from|my body but save my sister.
Everything will be fine. Let us|check the blood group atleast.
Doctor, his blood is not|matching with her blood.
You might have made a|mistake check it again.
Mr. Saxena it is not necessary for|everyone to have the same blood group.
But she is my sister!
ls it possible that my blood|doesn't match with her blood?
You are lying!
Did you see, l can't even|give my blood to my sister?
l can't do anything|for my sister.
Anu, did you see|my helplessness?
You all be a witness to this.
Rajesh Saxena, proprietor|of Saxena industries...
... is so helpless. What is the use|of my hard work and my wealth?
l am so helpless!
Rajesh Saxena owner of|Saxena industries!
l couldn't do anything|for my sister.
lt is not necessary for everyone|to have the same blood group.
Brother, l am here.|Please come!
l am here, come|and catch me.
- Come! - Father, l am|here. Please come.
- What is the matter? - l want|to tell you many things...
... but time is short.|l have a request.
- Order me. - You always|come to my office...
... with the same question and|my reply too was the same.
But at that time both|of us were helpless.
- But today... - What is the|matter, Mr. Verma?
Can you spare some time?|l will be obliged to you.
- l fail to comprehend.|- l want you to meet Ms. Seema.
You will do we a great|favour by coming with me.
lnfact you will|do me a favour!
But since l'm going for the first|time. l won't go empty handed.
She is responsible|for my success.
My happiness and the peace of my|house is due to her blessings.
She had made me what l|am today, Mr. Verma.
But what shall|l take for her?
Her greatest gift will be|your presence, Mr. Arun.
- But Mr. Verma?|- Time is running short.
- Here? - Yes, your|poet stays here.
- Are you deaf? Can't you see?|- l can see and hear too.
But l think you are short|sighted. Can you see now?
How can you see with|your glasses on?
Since when did you learn|to understand music?
One needs taste for music and|your taste is not so melodious.
lf any song is left incomplete|then forgive my sister.
Either you are over confident|or downright stupid.
- You?|- Yes.
l am the brother of this|sick and helpless girl.
l think you failed to|recognize her. She is Shalu.
And Seema too!|She is the one...
... who took you to the|zenith of success!
She is the one who|bestowed fame on you.
She weaved her pain into words|to make your music come alive.
And in return, she never|asked for anything.
Or maybe we were incapable|of giving her anything.
You play strange games!
A player whose game|never ceases to exist!
Who plays his move|so heartlessly...
... that people sing your praises not|only when alive but after death too!
Whatever you gave me,|l bore it quietly.
You snatched my parents from me|but l bore that too silently!
l always prayed to you thinking, l|didn't know the right way to pray.
And l was elated when l achieved|all this name and fame.
l was unaware that it's foundation|was an a innocent girls corpse.
A girl with whom l had no|link, yet l was successful.
Every halting breath of hers|has a link with my success!
... and her death,|with my prestige...
... and her every pain has|a link with my happiness...
And her every tears|with my wealth!
What is my fault for|which she is paying...
... and l am bearing it?
Stop playing this game!
Because henceforth no one|will light a lamp here.
There will never be|brightness here.
Due to your obsessional love|you are like a caged bird...
... knowing that this|cage is not your home.
lnspite of being hers,|you never belonged to her!
She's done a lot for you|because she loved you!
She arranged for sponsors|and arranged shows.
She publicized about you in|news papers and magazine.
And on the basis of her|money she made you a star.
She created circumstances wherein|people started recognizing you.
Your success was her sole aim.
And one day, accompanied by|her brother she came to you.
Not to ask favours in|exchange of her sacrifices.
But to remain a slave to you.
But, ill luck followed her.
Her dreams were shattered|but not her courage.
She is doing all this|thinking of you as her husband.
She would never|come in front of you.
But today due to Mr. Verma,|you know her.
And that recognition|has devastated her, Arun.
Today Shalu has sent|me to tell you,...
... not to misunderstand her.
And that she doesn't|intend to ruin your marriage.
Neither does she want anything|from you. She only knows to give.
During college too she loved you|and even now she loves you.
Because you are her God,|her life and her love!
Arun, she only knows to give,|she has never learnt to ask.
During college too Shalu loved|you and she loves you even now.
Because you are her life,|her love and her God!
- l can't do this. - Why|don't you understand, Arun?
You are not trying|to understand.
How can l sing under such|circumstances, Shashi?
lt is better if you keep your personal|and professional lives apart.
How can l do something|which is not possible?
l am an artist and my voice|reflects my feelings.
And l can't lie|to my reflection!
When a heart breaks, the|pain in shattering, Shashi.
l can mask my face, but|how can l hide my tears?
An artist is capable of anything.|You are a public figure.
People want to see you in|the image they have of you.
People come to hear your|song, not your tale of woe.
This is selfishness and you|want me to become selfish?
- And forget her sacrifices.|- l never said that.
l am only trying to make|you understand...
... that first, as you have|a duty towards Shalu...
... you have a duty|towards your fans too!
Your popularity is|due to your fans.
They will be my fans till|Ms. Seema's songs are with me.
Don't put her on a pedestal.|What have you done for her?
Answer me! lf you have an|ounce of respect for her,...
-... then don't shatter her|dreams. - What dream?
The dream of your success|which she had dreamt.
Prominent figures from here and|abroad will be present for this show.
And it was Seema's dream that you|be the most famous among them.
How can l do it, Shashi?|lt is beyond my comprehension.
Don't spoil your chances by|canceling the show.
Don't ruin her dreams.
Look, l can understand|your problem.
But don't forget that|wherever you may be,...
... Seema will always be close|to your voice and success.
Friends, l know your love|surpasses these words.
My voice is in debt of your|love. l'm grateful to you!
You have made me a star...
... but l have also considered|you as my friend.
Because l always thought|of myself as one of you all.
But last night,|l saw my true self.
And heard someone's sigh's|amidst the sound of the claps.
And for the first time,|l felt someone's tears.
l forget that at the|height of the fame...
... we may shine|like the stars...
... but we are not|responsible for its brightness.
The brightness is due to the|sun, whom we never remember.
My songs always wanted|to applaud its writer.
But l forget that in the|absence of those songs...
... l wouldn't be here and perhaps,|even you all wouldn't be here!
Friends, l have a|request to make...
That tonight we must thank|that great personality...
... whom we never remembered|and always neglected.
Friends, l have one|more request to make.
Tonight you will sing with me|and if my voice quivers,...
... you will encourage me.
Do me one more favour.
- Switch off the lights, Meena.|- Why, are you afraid to face me?
l will make it dim.
So that atleast your|shadow is visible.
l've seen you|after many days.
Besides, when a husband|tries to avoid his wife...
... the wife realizes that|her marriage is in jeopardy.
The husband may prefer|to be in the dark,...
... yet the wife is able to|perceive his every move.
Whom are you running from, Arun?|From me or yourself?...
... or from your past or from the|promise you gave my dying father...
... or from the fire, in front|of which you married me...
... in order to repay your|principal's debt on you.
You repaid your debt|but now what about me?
Strengthen your weak hands|with the love of Shalu, Arun.
Snatch away these fake|symbols of marriage from me!
Enough, Meena!|Don't utter a word more.
Why, aren't you able|to bear the truth?
lt's you who won't be able|to bear the truth, Meena.
The side you are viewing|is not the truth.
Shalu is just a|chapter from my past.
Don't lie. l have heard your|love story with my own ears.
- That is not my love story.|- Doesn't Shalu love you?
She does love me but|l don't love her.
- Liar! - l swear|on you that...
- Lies! - l swear on|my child that...
Don't lie to such|an extent, Arun.
Don't swear falsely on the|child who is yet unborn.
- How can l make you believe me?|- By swearing on your Ms. Seema.
l swear on her that l never|had a never loved Shalu.
But l worship her and my day|begins and ends with her name.
Because Shalu and Seema are|two face of the same person.
- What? - Yes. The one whom|we worshiped as God...
... is not God|but a weak girl.
We mistook the alms of a|helpless woman as gratitude!
The girl whose arrogance|l always hated...
... by mistake, l put the same girl|on a pedestal and worshiped her.
l made a mistake but how could|you doubt your husband, Meena?
How could you think|that l don't love you?
Then why did that girl come|here with Shalu's message?
Because Shalu won't|survive for very long.
- What? - Yes, Meena,|Shalu is on her death bed.
Will you do me|a favour, father?
l can even give my|life for you, sister.
But, l am helpless.
As though fate has|rendered me helpless.
Don't talk like that. You|have given me everything.
- Only, do me one favour.|- What is it?
Give my songs to Arun.
And decorate my corpse|like a married woman.
Don't talk in this|manner, Shalu.
Don't cry. Will you bid|me a tearful farewell?
l have only one sorrow.
Neither will my husband|light my funeral pyre...
... nor will he put|vermilion on my forehead.
Meena, you? Come!
See, who's come with me?
- Don't misunderstand me, Meena.|- Don't say anything.
- l have come to take|you with me. - Where?
- Now, it's time for me to go.|- Shalu, you won't go anywhere.
What is this you did?
- Fill Shalu's parting|with my blood. - What?
Don't worry.|Fill her parting.
Meena, l am indebted to you.
No Shalu, l have|only done my duty.
- l came to take you|home, but... - Yes.
To the home where you|have more rights than me.
That house is awaiting|your arrival, Shalu.
We shall both worship the|sacred Tulsi together.
We will fast together|for our husband.
Come Shalu, let's go to|our husband's house.
Don't disappoint me and|break my heart, Shalu.
lt is too late now. Time|is slipping by, Meena.
- You can't blame the|heart for it. - No, Shalu.
Don't cry. Don't bid me|a tearful farewell.
l am very happy now!
l have no more sorrows.|Now l am a married woman.
And my husband will|light my funeral pyre.
See, l have written|such a beautiful song.
Show it to me,|my dear Seema.
''lf l live, it ought|to be with you''...
... and if l die, it|should be before you''.
This is very beautiful.
Get it printed in|Mr. Verma's press.
l will surely get it printed!
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