‘Sarabjit, I’m sure… …that you will raise
Param very well.’ ‘You’ll take good care of him.’ ‘But don’t mind me saying this.’ ‘Your mentality is weak… …in understanding children.’ Mom, you and I… …will play rain game everyday. Is it fine? Yes, my boy! After playing rain game… …mom and Param will do oiling. ‘See! From dad’s son, he has
changed in to a mama’s boy now.’ ‘He doesn’t even look at you.
Param is so happy… …with his mother, right?’ ‘Thank God!’ ‘As he got a mother like her.’ Meher,
I’ll take you to Europe… …saying it’s a honeymoon trip. ‘I’ve made all arrangements
for your stay over there.’ ‘I guess this will be the
best plan for both of us.’ ‘After returning,
you’ll be able to… …live with Param peacefully.’ ‘I will also be able to
raise my child properly.’ “The hair is so beautiful.’ “The hair is so lovely.’ ”Mom is… …combing Param’s hair.” Mom, who taught you… …this song? “The hair is so beautiful.” “The hair is so lovely.” “Dad is… …combing Meher’s hair.” My dad. When I was… …of your age… …my dad would
sing this song… …and comb my hair. Where is your dad? With God. My mom had gone to God, too. Do you know this?
When all the children… …used to call me a fool… …I would cry a lot. Then one day,
I wrote a letter… …to God. God, every child has a mother. Only Param doesn’t
have a mother. Send my mom back to me. Please! Then God sent you… …to me immediately. My mom, Meher! And mom… …has combed your
hair in a jiffy. Mom, you have combed
my hair so well. Everyone pulls my
hair from the sides. It hurts me a lot. ‘You always cry.’ ‘I’ll give you a tight slap.
Then you’ll stop complaining.’ Mom! Promise me… …that even when
I’ll grow up… …you’ll comb my hair
daily, right? Promise me. Promise me. Pa… Param. – Dad. Do you know this? Even… …when I’ll grow up… …mom will comb my hair. I was asking mom to promise me. Param, come. – No, dad. Dad, please come
after five minutes. Please, dad! Mom and I are discussing about
something very important. Thank you, dad! Promise me. Do it. Your dad will comb
your hair daily. Like how my dad used
to comb my hair. No. – You will comb my hair. Mom, when your dad… …went to God… …who used to comb your hair? Tell me.
Your mom used to comb your hair? Param’s dad loves
Param immensely. Promise me that you’ll tell your
dad daily that you love him. Did you used to tell ‘I
love you’ to your mom daily? You mom loves you immensely
too, right? Did you tell her
‘I love you’ today? ‘Wear this.
It matches perfectly.’ ‘Meher,
you’ll get married and leave.’ ‘But who’ll make me calm when
I get angry once you leave?’ Mom, tell your mom
that you love her. Come on. Tell her, mom. God, have mercy on us! I submit myself on to you. ‘Khalsa belongs to the Almighty.’
‘Victory belongs to the Almighty.’ Who’s calling so
late in the night? What’s wrong? Bothering me so
late in the night. Meher! Hello, grandma! Greetings! Hello, Param! Greetings! It’s so late in the night.
Where’s your mom, Meher? She’s here. She’s the one who called you. My mom wants to… …say that she loves you. Param, dear. Why does she… …want to say
that she loves me? Because you love her a lot. You should never go to God… …leaving my mom. Else my mom will cry. And then even I will cry. Param, I will never make… …your mom and you cry. Even if I do go to God… …I will ask God… …to keep your mom… …and you always happy. Grandma, thank you! You gave me such a good mom. Okay, bye. I will ask mom and let you know. Mom! Mom, what happened? Mom, why are you crying? Have some water.
Come on, have it. Jagga,
I was crying out of happiness. You know, Param had called me. Param called you? Meher asked him to call me. Jagga, Meher made
Param say something… …which I have been
longing for so long. What did Param say anyway? I love you! Mom, I love you! I love you! Mom. I love you, dear. Why did you ask me
to leave the room? I didn’t ask you to leave. I only requested you to leave. Were you hurt? Yes, I was very hurt. Okay. What did I teach you? Whenever you hurt someone… …what should you do? Sorry! Say it properly.
How did I teach you? Sorry! – Say sorry and… And give a big smile. Yes. – Sorry, dad! Correct. My darling! ‘How dare you do all this?’ ‘I didn’t know that
you are so cheap.’ ‘Actually, I… …asked Mr. Tarkash
to give you this gift. Wonderful! I don’t get you. You forgive Param instantly no
matter how grave the mistake is. But if it’s someone else… …it’s impossible
for you to forgive it. Well, then I have to live by
your terms and conditions. I have to make bitter gourd. And what else?
Yes, ‘Aloo Methi’… …and ‘Pulao’.
Only then you will forgive me. Isn’t it? Yes, aunt. So, it’s final.
Ludhiana, Jalandhar and Phagwara. Next week, we need to add new
members in these three places… …and strengthen the
base of our party. Through our rallies. We will
spread it among the people… …that our mission
is not to rule… …but the development
and prosperity of Punjab. Mr. Gill,
when our party comes to power… …the people will get it anyway.
– Listen to me. Even a new couple… …takes at least ten years
to understand each other. What will the people
understand in a year? Mr. Hukumchand,
you are my favorite politician. Just tell me how can I help you? Just what the God does. Just order some lunch
and feed this hungry man. I’m very hungry.
Please order something. Yes. Mr. Tarkash. Call Dragon’s Lair
and order some lunch. There’s no need to order
lunch from outside. Today, the lunch has
been sent from your home. Wow! ‘Aloo Methi’,
‘pulao’ and ‘Bharwan Karela’. It’s amazing, Mr. Tarkash. Today, all these are
my favorite dishes. Wow! It’s amazing! The dish is wonderful! Mr. Gill, this is no ordinary
cooking. This is magic! This is the magic
of Mr. Gill’s chef! The ‘Bharwan Karela’ dish has
been specially made for Sarab. Mr. Tarkash, come here. Come here. Mr. Tarkash, thank you so much. This is amazing!
Tell the cook… …to keep sending such
delicious dishes everyday. Thank you so much! Don’t thank me.
– What’s in that, Mr. Tarkash? It has sweets in it for you. Get them here, then. Here you are. – Thank you! Read what it says. ‘Sorry, Mr. Sarabjit.
I yelled and got… …angry at you yesterday
without hearing you out.’ ‘I called you a lot of names.’ ‘I should not have
behaved like this.’ ‘Specially when you had gone to
get me dad’s picture for me… …which is my most
favorite thing.’ Meher has cooked
this delicious food. Has Meher cooked this food? Yes. – Sarab, you have prepared
the strategy of our party. Now,
listen to what I have to say. We must have a dinner party! I will come to your house… …tonight with my wife. Ask Meher… …to teach my wife the recipe
to make Stuffed Bitter Gourds. We will come to your house
regularly from now on… …to eat the delicious
food cooked by Meher. My life will be set! Everyone agrees with me. What happened?
Is there any problem? No, Mr. Hukumchand. Sarabjit, what’s wrong… …if I cooked some bitter
gourds for you? – Do you… …know we have guests
coming over for dinner? You have created a huge scene! A scene? I wanted to apologize
to you and you… I don’t want any
apologies from you. And nor do I want to see
your remorseful smile. Do you know that not
just our family… …but my colleagues and
friends also think… …that we love each other… …and get along really well? Meher! It’s a question of a few days. After that,
you will go far away… …from not just this family and
city but also from this country. Meher! Please! It’s a request. As long as you stay… …in this house,
don’t do anything… …which would make my family
have any hopes from you. Did you understand
what I just said? Why are you scolding mom? Param, you mustn’t
interfere when adults talk. Come on. Go. You first need to
apologize to mom… …with a big smile. I said go to your room.
– I won’t leave! Are you going or should I…
– I won’t go! Scolding mom is like… …scolding me. I won’t go! Just a minute, Sarabjit. Param… …please go to your room. Okay, mom. What’s wrong with Param? He passed by as if he
was marching to a war. What happened to him? Is there anything serious?
Is all well? Yes, Harleen. All is well. Meher, I had come to
express my gratitude to you. You had cooked mind blowing
stuffed bitter gourd. Momsy really loved it. She wants you to
prepare the dish again. Mr. Hukumchand was
saying the same. How did he get to eat her dish? At the office. He, his wife and my
other colleagues… …are coming over
for dinner tonight… …to eat the stuffed
bitter gourd again. Harleen, please make the
necessary arrangements. Why are you telling me? Tell her since she
had prepared the dish. Go. Make the arrangements
for dinner. Let’s go.
I’ll help you in the kitchen. I love you! I’m sorry, Param! I love you! Softy, tell dad… …that I love mom. Mom never scolds me. But dad scolds me… …and gets angry with me.
Mom is good… …but dad is bad. Softy, let’s go to mom. Param. Param. ‘Param, my child.’ ‘You are too young to know
the difference between… …good and bad.’ ‘But I know that sometimes… …you need to be harsh… …in order to do