Aamaar Bhuvan


And I am. .

Don't say it. Uncle Rahmat.

How can I forget you?

You're the only one with a

hand operated machine in. .

. .the village.

You know it?

You've a spray machine too.

- Yes.

You've a machine for

winnowing of crops.

You see, it's all for them.

For the village folk.

They work so hard day and night.

I couldn't bear to see it.

I thought if I could get a. .

. . machine for them.

That's all.


You are. .

You haven't forgotten anyone.

Yes, it seems so.

I thought he has forgotten you too.

Uncle, how about some tea?

How is your uncle?

Uncle passed away.

Oh. I didn't know.

How would you? You

weren't here then.

That's true. Hey, listen.

why don't you visit the shop?

- Actually. .

You all know his father?

- Yes.

He rolls bidis ( rolled cigarettes )

well. - Yes.

I went to his house and asked

him to oversee my shop.

And he. .


- Yes.

Do come to the shop, okay?


- Okay?

I'll come for sure.

- Do come.

How are you?

- Fine.

I'll be back.

He came here in the morning.

- Yes.

Didn't you go? You. .

Do you recognise me?

Do you recognise us?

Yes. what's this?


You're still like that.

The way you were.

That was a long time ago.

You had a daughter then.

she was about two or

three years old. Right?

I've a son too now.

How is everyone?

Good, l hope.

why don't you visit us some day?

You asked him to come? You did.

Don't you've any shame?

why? what is there

to be ashamed about?

If you knew that, you wouldn't

ask him to come home.

Didn't it occur to you

what people would say?

Listen, it's his cousin's house.

why would anyone gossip if

he visits his cousin's house?

Only a cousin?

You bring that up again?

Bring what up?

what indeed !

what did I say?

why are you angry all of a sudden?

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