Chhote Sarkar

Synopsis: Amar Saxena is a businessman, and the Managing Director of prestigious Khaitan Fans Ltd., India. One day while leaving from a board meeting, he meets a beggar named Jagmohan, who calls him Rohit, and asks him to return home to his ailing wife, Seema. Amar denies being Rohit, but feels sorry for him and gives him some money, which Jagmohan declines to accept. Curious at his refusal, Amar offers to help. He visits the hospital and gets to meet Seema, and ends up falling in love with her. What he does not know that Jagmohan and Seema are plainclothes police officers, who have been assigned to arrest him for the murder of Ram Kumar Saxena, Amar's uncle. Using his wits, Amar manages to convince the Court that he is of unsound mind, and thus escapes being imprisoned, and ends up in an asylum. From here Amar must stock of his life, and figure out who has framed him for a murder he did not commit, and why Seema and Jagmohan were so intent to incriminate him.
 
IMDB:
4.8
Year:
1996
151 min
7 Views

Hello. - Mr. Amar.

I'm sorry, but I have

some bad news for you.

Uncle!

My Uncle is no more, Mr Khanna!

Uncle.. - Son, I can understand..

..of the Uncle who loved you

more than a father would.

I can very well understand that.

Here's a note for you..

Read it.

Don't begin to think that

I have been murdered.

I have, actually,

committed suicide.

The excruciating pain of the brain-

tumor had made life miserable for me.

I wasn't going to live

for very long anyway.

The doctor had given me

just six months more.

But I didn't have the courage..

..to put up with the pain

for those six months.

Which is why I have

committed suicide.

No one has anything

to do with my death.

And neither should anyone

be blamed for it.

"Yours, Ramkumar Saxena"

I couldn't save your Uncle, inspite

of being your family physician.

I couldn't ever imagine that your

Uncle would turn out to be so weak.

I agree that he was suffering

from many ailments, but..

..I had told him that he could

recover after an operation.

You may take the body away for

a post-mortem, Inspector.

Amar.

Haven't you gone

to sleep, aunt?

Having witnessed the horror

of death at this age..

..how could I find slumber

in my eyes?

Come and have your food, my son.

- I'm not hungry, "Maasi".

Don't you know what

"Mausi" (maternal-aunt) means?

"Mausi" means "Maa-si" (literal

meaning:
As one's own mother).

And you don't turn

your mother down.

Besides, what will you gain

by remaining in mourning?

That won't do, my son.

You are the one who will have to

bear the mantle of the..

..huge family business

that you have inherited.

You will bear this

with courage.

Yes, son.

Mister..

- What is it?!

Can I have these

two little pieces?

Smart alec! They look like

two little pieces, do they?

They're immensely useful!

They cost money.

Cost money?

- That's right.

How much?

- Five Rupees!

Five Rupees for this?!

- That's right.

Your lust for money has

rendered you mentally bankrupt!

My naive little fellow!

What will you do with money?

When has money helped someone

that it will now help you?

The Emperor Akbar was born empty-

handed, and died that way, too.

Alexander came into this world empty-

handed and departed without anything.

The great King Haroon faced

a similar fate!

Which is why someone has

wisely said..

..that the very money you spend

your life toiling for..

..turns your enemy one day.

Money brings with itself a lot

of tensions and worries.

A man loses his hair and

then becomes bald!

He falls prey to the evil vices..

..takes to drinking and

visiting nautch-girls.

The dreaded diseases then get to him

and he dies a miserable death!

And even after he's dead..

..his family fights over the

money he's left behind!

They make murderous assaults on

one another and kill each other!

Do you want your folks to shed

blood after you're no more?

No, Sir! I don't want any

bloodshed in my house!

You must, therefore, do away with

your dreams of money!

And let me have these

two pieces of leather.

My God! Take them away..

I don't want a price for them!

You should have

said that earlier.

I wouldn't have behaved

like a conjurer!

It's good. You've got some

really good leather.

Will that be a good sole

for my shoes?

Your shoes will be strong

and last many years, too.

That is it.

You want a sole fixed, don't you?

But where are your shoes?

I've done half the job.

Now you must do the rest.

Pardon me?

- I mean..

..I've got you the sole. Now

you must produce the rest.

I see! I surely will. But that's

going to cost you money, you know!

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