Jeevan Ek Sanghursh


Mother, all our belongings

was washed away in flood.

Now where will we live?


..when good days didn't last..

..then bad time will pass too.

Time passes anyhow.

This is the best thing about time.

Time keeps fleeting.

Time keeps fleeting.

lt says to us.. is a struggle.

Life is a struggle.

Life is a struggle.

Happy birthday, daughter Rani.

Happy birthday.

Hey, uncouth!

ls this the way to wish birthday?

Child, get ready to go to school.

Today is her birthday.

But there is nothing at home.

Mother, master..

..told to get drawing book.

How much does it cost? -50 paise.


Take one rupee.

Keep the rest properly.

lf l couldn't sell flowers even today..

..we'll be in trouble.

Bet on king!

Come on quickly.

Take ten times the money you bet.

Brother. l want these bangles.


Bet the money on the king.

Come on! Bet your money.

Win ten times the money you bet.

You want bangles. Come.

Win ten times the money you bet. -Come.

Don't push, Karan.

You stole my money.

No. -Show me your hand.


Turn it around. -Look.

Lower your head.

Oh brother!

Where did you hide the

money? -l didn't take it.

Come home.

l'll complain to mother

that you stole money.

Wait. l'll be here.

Hurry up! Bet your money.

This is one rupee. This is the king.

You're very sly.

Give me ten rupees. -Here.

Bet quickly! Find the king!

Take ten times the amount.

Hurry up! Bet your

money. -This is the king.

Give me hundred rupees.

Where is mother?

ln the temple.


Hey.. what are you doing here?

You had no money, right?

What is it? -95 rupees.

How did you get it?

Tell me! -Should l

say the truth? -Yes.

A man was gambling

with cards on the road.

He was paying ten times the money.

-l won hundred from one rupee.


You gambled?

Aren't you ashamed?

Mother, but you needed the money.

l don't want your filthy money.

Listen! lf you gamble again..

..then l'll burn your hands.


You said it was hundred rupees.

But you gave me 95 rupees.

Where are 5 rupees?


..don't make me furious.

Tell me, where is the money?

l bought bangles for Suman.

These bangles are dirty, child.

l'll buy good ones for you.


Take bangles. -Mother

said they're dirty.

This didn't break. lt

means it was good. Take it.


Oh, Mr. Roop.


l'll bring your rent.

You think of rent all the time, not me.

Do call me in sometimes.

lt's not so. Come in.



Your rent.


No. Do as l say.

Keep it.




..l'm a business..

..but l've a heart too.

l can't see your pathetic condition.

Never mind.

These days of hardship will pass too.

l can erase your

hardship in two minutes.

But you don't even look at me. -Roop.

You've the beauty.

But it's going in waste.

Look, l've a bigger room vacant.

lf you want..

Roop! Take your rent.

And get lost. Don't ever

talk nonsense with me.

ls it so?

You don't like nonsense.

Then l'll come to the point.

Deposit of this house is 10,000 rupees.

You've paid 5,000 and

promised to pay the rest.

ln a week, if l don't get my money..

..l'll take your 5,000..

..and throw you and your family

out on the street. Got it?

l give you 7 days to get the

money or l'll drive you out.


Hail Goddess Laxmi!

You fool! You steal. -l came

to get my mother's money.

Kid, your mother wants

money! Then send her here.

You stole!

No, mother.

l went to get your money back.

You stole the money! Why did you do it?

You're a thief. -Mother, don't hit him.

Leave him. -Don't hit

him. -What are you doing?

You shouldn't hit the kid like this.

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Javed Akhtar

Javed Akhtar (born 17 January 1945) is an Indian poet, lyricist and screenwriter. He is a recipient of the Padma Shri (1999), Padma Bhushan (2007), the Sahitya Akademi Award as well as five National Film Awards. more…

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