Synopsis: This story revolves around Malhar Gopaldas Agnihotri, a out-of-work actor, poor, and dependent on his father, who is heading for retirement. Malhar knows that he can act, very well indeed, all he needs is some encouragement, and some money. He gets neither. His father is abusive, and even gets physical with him openly in front of all the neighors, and even the neighborhood. Malhar loves a young lady named Apoorva Choudhury, but his affections are mis-applied, as Apoorva only regards him as a friend, and she loves Nihal Joshi, a Police Inspector. Frustrated at the lack of love and encouragement, Malhar takes recourse in an exercise, an exersise that will put him in direct confrontation with the law, as it starts with murder.
180 min

Good morning, sir.

- Good morning, sir.

- Good morning.

- Good morning, sir.

- Good morning.

So, have all the arrangements

for the meeting done?

- Yes sir.

- Where's the program?

This is the program sir.

- D'Souza

- Yes sir.

The arrangements of

the plane tickets and cars.

- It has been done sir.

- That's good.

If there is any problem

then tell Apoorva.

Right sir.

Swami, you will look

after the hotel bookings..

- ..and the rooms.

-Yes sir.

If there is any problem

then tell Apoorva.

Yes sir.

Our chief account officer Mr.

Nair is also going to come.

- He is unwell but wants to come.

- Okay.

If there is any problem then..

I will tell Apoorva..

Remember that.

Okay. Please call Apoorva madam.

Good morning, madam.

The meeting is over. Okay.

All the best for the meeting.

- Thank you, sir.

- Okay.

Apporva, you have to

go to Dalhousie yesterday.

For which work were you calling me?

You have to go to

Dalhousie tomorrow.

Why are you screaming?

Child, we have the yearly meeting

of board of directors of Gopal group.

You have to chair that meeting so

that is why you have to go there.

No, no father.

I have my rehearsals.

I have to give

performance on the stage.

- I have to dance and I know nothing.

- Okay.

- I don't know anything.

I have to rehearse. - Okay.

Child, taking parts in dramas

and attending journalism classes.

Why are you wasting

your precious time?

Look child, it is a waste

of life to run after talent..

..art and degree which

cannot be used to earn money.

Next year you have to

go to America for two years.

And do course of

business administration.

And then take care of

these companies after me.

So that even I should eat more

medicines than breakfast like you.

Oh, come on. Be serious, Apoorva.

Your grandfather rose from footpath

to establish such a big emoire.

I have been taking care

of it for last 25 years..

..and now you have

to take care of it, child.

Come on father;

let me enjoy 2- 3 years of college.

After that I have to get involved

with these useless numbers.

Okay, I will not ask you

to go to any meeting for one year.

But child you will

have to go to this meeting.

- Father.

- Please.


Go and stay in your bungalow there.

I will ask Bhaag

Singh to get it cleaned.

- Okay.

- Okay.

Good luck.

Hail to Lord Hanumaan.

God has created a

great vegetable onion.

If onion is added to

any dish then it is a blast.

And today this onion

is going to create a blast.

- Onion, onion.

- What are you doing?

I have heard for a person that..

..by keeping onion on the head the

entire day the body remains warm.

Then we both will be in the jail.

And if madam is kind hearted

then we both will be on the road.

How will we be on the road?

I will go and ask

those boys to leave.

Great they are all young boys.

They will be beat you up badly.

You have spent the

entire money on alcohol.

Not only on alcohol

but I gambled also.

And didn't I get

this dress for you.

Take this veil, and this dress.

What are you doing during day time?

Get away you stupid fellow.

I just have these earrings

of my parents' side left with me.

So take these also.

Brother Nihaal.

Why am I saying brother?


Look, you will have to

vacate the room today itself.

And if you do not vacate it

then I will throw the things out.

And look, don't mess up with

local people. Understood or not.

Did you hear?

- Thank you.

- Very, good, Nihal.


So uncle, how come you here today?

- But I am in trouble.

- What?

- My death!

- Death?

Come on, madam.

- Bhaag Singh.

- Yes.

Take this envelope and

go to Holiday Inn at 8o'clock.

You will meet Mr. D'Souza there.

Tell him that this contains the list

of people coming for tomorrow's meeting.

You should sleep..

- Don't disturb me.

- Okay.

- Don't wake me up at all.

- Okay.

Don't even bring tea.

I will not come for tea but I will

have to go and give this envelope.

It was really fun.

Hey, dance...

Hey Pehalwaan, get up.

You always occupy the

entire space and sleep.

Hurry up and get up

otherwise I will hit you.

Oh God, it is so cold in Dalhousie.

Get in, get in.

Hey Pehalwaan,

how did you become so soft?

Turn that side and sleep.

What are you doing?

- Who are you?

- Who are you?

- There is someone else.

- Who are you?

Uncle. Light,

light.where is the light?

- Who are you?

- Nihaal.

Thief, thief. Bhaag Singh.

Oh God.

Oh God.

Bhaag Singh, Bhaag Singh.

Coming, madam.

- What is the matter, madam?

- What is happening?

Who are they all?

How did they come inside?

The thing is that.

From the time your father bought

this bungalow he never came here.

It had been 8 years

and it need maintenance.

Who asked you to

save father's money?

- I..

- I don't want to hear anything.

Throw all of them out immediately.

Otherwise I will throw you out,

Bhaag singh.

Now at 11o'clock at night

where will the boys go in jungle.

Yesterday a lion ate a man, madam.

- Have pity on them.

- Okay.

But I should not see anyone

tomorrow morning. Understood.

Not at all.

All will be out. Everyone will go.

I am saved.

Amazing, she threw our bags.

Uncle. Hey,

she threw my belongings out.

Sleeping on my bed in my

room she is throwing my things out.

I will not spare her.

- Hey, Nihaal. Nihaal.

- I will not spare her.

Nihaal, listen to me.

Listen to what I want to say.

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N. Chandra

N. Chandra or Chandrashekhar Narvekar (born 4 April 1952) is an Indian producer, writer and director, known for gritty realism, in his early dark and loud films such as Ankush, Pratighaat, Tezaab and Narsimha (1991). Chandra also made the successful but critically scorned Style and its sequel Xcuse Me. more…

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