Yavarum Nalam

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Year:
2009
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Priya, where's my blade?

Must be over the sink.

- Okay.

Sister-in-law!

I wash all the clothes.

Wash the white ones separately...

Or else they will get

colored as well.

I put my clothes in, Aunt.

- Okay, put them in.

Deepa. I'm getting late.

Quickly get me tea.

Priya, please give

Raghav's father tea.

I have to get these two

children ready. - Okay.

Honey! You are getting late to school

come and drink milk.

Divya! Keep these pictures in

the prayer room. - Okay, I will.

Oh! The milk has curdled again today.

It's been daily routine.

Good morning, bro.

- Good morning, Mano.

How was your first night

in the new house? -Superb!

As usual?

Priya, come fast.

I am getting late.

Mano, please check the new

cable connection before leaving out.

See. They've started. -We haven't watched

our serial for one week in shifting busy.

Water, electricity, gas... They aren't worried

about these things.

But they create a stir for

the cable connection.

Mom, you usually start weeping

after 1 o'clock.

Why are you in a hurry today?

What do you say?

Aunt, he is mocking

at our serial watching.

Okay-

Brother, hold on.

- What happened?

Priya! What's wrong with the tea?

The packet milk has curdled again

today! I've used milk powder.

Try to adjust today.

- What the milk curdled again?

Yes, aunt. - What's is this?

It's not a good omen.

We boiled milk for the first time yesterday,

didn't we? The milk curdled then too.

Mom... sit. Take a seat.

Please listen to me.

Look! Brother and I used all of

our savings & bought this flat.

It takes more than 20 years

to repay the loan.

So, forget all the bad omens...

...and decide that we are going to

live in this house happily.

Please...

Uncle...

Turn here.

I had to pay a lot of money

to buy this & this is not a toy.

Okay-

Go to office quickly...

No, go to school.

Go to school. -it's getting late.

- Give the paper.

It's getting late, right?

- Mom! Please last cartoon.

Don't watch T.V often, or else you'll

have to face eye problem. No, dear. Here...

Mom! You, aunt & grandma watch

many serials, right?

Have your eyes gone damaged?

Keep quiet. You're talking too much from

when you started your schooling.

Come on! Get ready soon.

Come...

Brother, we gave the loan papers to them,

what about the documents?

Aunt! I will take them to

their pickup spot. - Okay.

Bye.

- Bye...

Alas! I thought you forgot about it.

She will never forget.

Okay! Return home

before 5 o'clock.

Okay. Bye, Mom.

Bye, brother.

Have your breakfast.

- I'll have it at college canteen.

She never eats anything

and becomes lean.

Mano! What is it?

Have you not yet arranged the

photos in the prayer room?

Yesterday, that worker had

left earlier.

I will certainly get it done today.

- Don't forget.

Mom! It's getting late for office.

I'm leaving. - Okay, son. Bye.

Mom! I'm also leaving.

- Okay. Go, dear...

Mom, I am leaving. - Fine.

Mom, I am leaving! - Go.

Mom, I am leaving.

- Hey, Why do you shout?

I think Priya is taking bath.

My ears are paining... Go!

- Okay! I actually meant you. Fool!

Sir!

- No, Harry. Come back, down.

Down.

- Sir! Keep your dog away.

Who is it?

- Good day sir, my name is Manohar.

I shifted to flat number 13B

along with my family yesterday.

Oh, hello. My name is Thyagarajan.

- Greetings.

Are you the new family about

whom our watchman told? -Yes sir!

Arrival of the things & carpentry

work created a great noise.

I am so sorry, sir!

I have told them many times...

They don't listen to at all.

No problem.

It's a new building.

No one has the right to complain.

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Abhinav Kashyap

Abhinav Singh Kashyap is an Indian film director and screenwriter. more…

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