13B: Fear Has a New Address

Synopsis: In today's world, the major source of relief, information and entertainment is the TV. So much so, that it has moved up from its modest position of being just another 'household appliance' to actually determining the power equation in a family. It is easy to identify the hierarchy in the family depending on who controls the remote control. So what happens when the TV realizes this power and begins to take control? What happens when instead of showing you the facts, the TV, begins to show you what it wants you to see? What happens when Manohar, to his great horror, realizes that this is exactly what is happening with his wonderful family, who has just moved into their sweet new home at 13B.
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery
Director(s): Vikram K. Kumar
Production: Big Pictures
146 min

Priya, where's my blade?

Must be near the sink.

- Okay.

l am putting the

clothes in the machine.

Divya, wash the

white ones separately.

Or else they will get

coloured as well. - Okay.

Put my clothes in too, Aunt.

- Fine, put them in.

Deepa. l'm getting late.

Quickly get me tea.

Right away. Just a second.

Priya, please give Manoj tea. l have

to get the children ready. - Okay.

Riya, quickly drink your milk.

You'll miss your school bus.

Divya. Divya.

- Yes.

Have this kept in the prayer room.

- Okay.

The milk has curdled again.

lt's just too much.

Good morning, brother.

- Morning.

How was your first

night in the new house?

Like always. - Really. You seem to

be experienced about first nights.

Of course. l have two children.

Wait to go, brother.

Fetch it quickly. l am getting late.

Mannu, please check the cable

connection before leaving for office.

We couldn't watch

our serial yesterday.

Gas, electricity, water. . they

aren't worried about these things.

But they create a stir

for no cable connection.

Mom, the serial starts at 1 o'clock.

Why are you whining already?

What? l couldn't hear anything.

Mummy, your son is

mocking our serial.

Okay. Brother, hold on.

- What happened?

What's wrong with the tea?

lt tastes different.

l've used milk powder.

The milk curdled again.

Try to adjust today.

- The milk curdled again.


- lt's not a good omen.

What's wrong?

- The milk curdled yesterday.

And today as well.

That's not a good omen at all.

Mom. Mom, sit. Take a seat.

- Sit.

Sit, let me explain it to you.

- But you know, it's. .

Sit, let me explain it to you.

Look, brother and l used all of

our savings to buy this flat. - Yes.

Now, this flat won't be ours. .

. . until we don't repay the

loan in the next 20 years.

So, forget all the bad omens.

Because we are going to

live in this house happily. .

. .for the next 20 years.

- Yes.

Brother, please tell her.

- Of course.


- Young man, that's not a toy.

Your uncle had to pay a

lot of money to buy this.

Go to school. Oome on, go.

- Oome on. Get ready quickly.

We are getting late.

- Have your breakfast.

The children these days go

straight for the mobile phones.

You will get late for school.

- Mom, last cartoon.

Don't watch so much T.V. , or else

you will have to wear spectacles.

Grandma, aunt and you

watch T.V. the entire day.

You never had to wear spectacles.

Quiet. You have

started back-answering. .

. .since you started going to school.

Oome on, eat.

Oome on. Let's go to school.

Brother, talk to him.

- l tried to, but he never listens.

Mother, we are getting late.

l'll take them to their pickup spot.

- Okay. - Oome on, let's leave.

Bye. Bye.

- Bye. All the best. - Bye, mom.

Brother, don't forget me.

- l thought you forgot about it.


- What?

Be back before 6

o'clock in the evening.

Yeah, l will be back. Bye, Mom.

Bye, everyone. - Bye.

Have your breakfast.

- l'll have it at college.

This girl never eats anything.


- What is it?

You still haven't put up the

pictures in the prayer room.

Sorry, brother. l didn't

get the time yesterday.

l will certainly get it done today.


- Promise.

Don't forget to do it by evening.

Okay, Mom. l'm leaving.

- Okay, son. Bye.

l am getting late as

well. l'm leaving.

We'll meet in the evening.

- Bye.

Fine, Mom.

- Bye.

See you, mother.

- Bye, dear.

Mom, l am leaving.

- Fine.

Mom, l am leaving!

- Go.

Mom, l am leaving.

- Why are you blowing at my ears?

lf you want to say goodbye

to Priya, then go inside.

She's taking a bath.

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