Paying Guest

Synopsis: An incompetent lawyer gets evicted, dons the guise of an old man to gain accommodation, falls for the owner's daughter, then faces numerous life-changing challenges.
Genre: Comedy, Crime, Drama
157 min

I just want a smaII

pIace in you heart.

I am a paupe but stiII

I have a high statue.

I just want a smaII

pIace in you heart.

I am a paupe but stiII

I have a high statue.

Whethe you stay in the

heart o in the house..

You have to pay

high ent fo both..

Thee ae many unknown deams.

Pay the advance ent.

Paying guests.

We ae the best.

Paying guests.

We ae the best.

The best.

Wake up.

Wake up, Iazy peopIe. It's Iate.

Ae aII of you dead?

Wake up.

Paag. Paikshit. Bhavesh.

Wake up. I have to catch my fIight.

If you aII ae dead, then say so.

I am coming.

Let me open the doo.

WiII you go though it?

Did you aII undestand anything?

O ae you aII just

nodding you heads?


- Yes.

Yes, M. Kiska. You'e going

to India fo a few days.

And Iike aIways,

we have to foIIow you instuctions.

Paag. - Eveyday.

We have to boom and sweep.

We wiII do it, M. Kiska.


- Tust me, M. Kiska.

We wiII Iook afte this

house as ou own house.

Bewae. Bewae, if you conside

this house as you own.

You aII ae paying guests.

Paying guests.

I am the owne. The soIe owne.

Kiska MigIani. Who is the owne?

You. M. Kiska MigIani.

Thank you. And my ent?

- Yes, si.

Ae you giving it now?

- No, I am just scatching.

You aII wiII ot.

You aII wiII neve efom.

When I didn't efom,

then how wiII you?

Look, I want my ent upon I etun.

You know Kiska MigIani vey weII.

Oh, cab dive, why ae you

staing at me? Let's go.

Kiska MigIani.

God wiIIing we wiII eceive

the news of you death.

Paying guests.

Paying guests.

Paying guests.

Paying guests.

Hey, guys. Good mo..

Good aftenoon. How ae you?

And whee is you boss?

Whee is BaIIu Singh?

BaIIu Singh is hee.

What is the eason

fo coming Iate today?

Si. Si.

Soy, si.

I had gone fo a hai cut.

You went fo a hai

cut at the time of wok.

Si, I gew my hai

whiIe I was woking.

Fogive me, si. I made a mistake.

I made a mistake.

I appointed a fooIish,

Iazy man who is neve on time.

Look at this, si. You made a

mistake. And you'e fiing me.

I am ectifying my mistake. Got it?

Is this the age to ectify it?

Get Iost. Otherwise, I wiII go mad.

- Si.

My business is not doing weII.

And you ae so Iazy.

The business is bound to be poo,


Look at this. You ae seving

ancient ecipes to the customes.

I have been saying that

I'II cook something new since Iong.

I wiII do some new expeiments.

But you do not agee.

You paents too conducted

an expeiment. - Is that so?

This is the esuIt.

Si, you'e getting pesonaI.

You'e insuIting me.

Was I honouing you tiII now?

Was I paising you?

Si, a Iast chance. Last chance.

Okay. It's the finaI waning. Okay?

Bing the cIothes on time. Okay?


Fom the Iaundy.

Why ae you puIIing my chain?

Ae you taveIIing in a tain?

Ae you taveIIing in a tain?

Si, I am a chef.

Okay. But you'e Iate. So?

- Si.

Namaste (Geetings) India.

- HeIIo. Can I taIk to M. Bhavesh?

Speaking. - M. Bhavesh,

I am caIIing fom


A few days ago, you

gave an inteview.. the post of a chef

in Gand Hyatt though us.

Yes. - CongatuIations, M. Bhavesh.

You have got the job.

I got it. Wow! Thank you. Thank

you so much. Thank you so much.

In fact, you can join fom tomoow.

Fom tomoow?

- Yes.

Okay. I wiII come. I wiII come.

Paying guests. Paying guests.

Paying guests.


- Is anybody thee?

WiII somebody teII me why

I am going to the maket?

What did you say? What did you say?

I am a bad cook. I am a bad cook.

I have got a job in

a seven-sta hoteI.

As a supeviso chef. Got it?

With my fist saIay, I wiII buy a

packet of chiIIi powde fo you.

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Nasir Hussain

Mohammad Nasir Hussain Khan or Nasir Hussain (16 November 1926 – 13 March 2002) was an Indian film producer, director and screenwriter. With a career spanning decades, Hussain has been credited as a major trendsetter in the history of Hindi cinema. For example, he directed Yaadon Ki Baraat (1973), which created the Bollywood masala film genre that defined Hindi cinema in the 1970s and 1980s, and he wrote and produced Qayamat Se Qayamat Tak (1988), which set the Bollywood musical romance template that defined Hindi cinema in the 1990s. Akshay Manwani wrote a book on Hussain's cinema titled Music, Masti, Modernity: The Cinema of Nasir Husain.. He belonged to a Rohilla Pathan family of Uttar Pradesh. more…

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