What is it?’ ‘I will tell you.’ ‘Here..
This smart watch.’ ‘Smart-watch! – This is superb,
mind-blowing and extraordinary!’ ‘By the way, Tapu,
how much did it cost?’ ‘It could be around
Rs. 20,000.’ ‘Rs. 20,000!’ ‘Tapu, what was the need
to buy such an expensive watch?’ ‘Well, you bought it.
But why tell everyone?’ ‘It will have
a bad influence on everyone.’ ‘Everybody will insist
on having one.’ ‘No.. What you are
saying is right, Bhide.’ ‘Kids, none of you
will demand such a watch.’ ‘All right?
– Okay, sir.’ ‘Come on, this watch
only displays the time’ ‘it doesn’t transport
you on time.’ ‘You need to get going.
Go now..’ ‘Yes.. Let’s go.’ ‘Wow, Babita!
It’s delicious.’ ‘Very tasty.
– But if we had cold drinks’ ‘it would have been
a heavenly treat!’ ‘Yes, I had asked Mr. Abdul
to bring the cold drinks.’ ‘It seems he has forgotten.’ He isn’t answering the call.
– Is it so? Babita, my husband is
about to go downstairs anyway. I will call him
and ask him to remind Mr. Abdul. The bill seems to be
high this time. Tell me, Madhavi. Is your party done?
– No.. It’s going on. I have called you
for the cold drinks. – What! Yes. Are you having a liquor party,
Madhavi? – Listen. We don’t need to party
like you guys. We get enough intoxication
from our friendship. All right?
– Fine. You are taunting!
– I am not taunting. I’ll tell you what.
You’re going downstairs, right? So, please ask Mr. Abdul
to bring the cold drinks. Babita had called him
but it seems he has forgotten. Then call him again.
He will deliver it. He isn’t answering.
That’s why, I am asking you. Since you are going,
why don’t you tell him, please? Okay, fine, when I go,
I will ask him to deliver. Fine.
Did you have the ‘Thalipeeth?’ Yes, I had.
– Fine. Very good. Let me hang up.
– Fine. Wait, Madhavi..
– Yes. I love you. Fine.. Hey!
Reply to what I said. Yes.. Mine too. What do you mean
by that? Please don’t. – You
want the cold drinks, right? Yes.. – Yes,
then, say that you love me too. Yes.. Yes.
Me too.. Be too.. Bye..
– Hello.. What was she saying.. I see..
‘Me too?’ She is smart. He is going to remind
about the cold drink. Madhavi. What is ‘Thalipeeth?’
– Right. ‘Thalipeeth’ means,
you find ‘Bhajani’.. which is a mixed lentil dough. It is flattened
and baked on the girdle. Then, it is flipped and eaten
hot along with ghee or butter. It is so tasty.
– Wow. I will make ‘Thalipeeth’ for the next party.
– Wow.. – Wonderful. Very nice.
– Great! The menu for the next party
is fixed, right? – Yes.. “I am a traveller, friends..” He is listening to songs. That’s why, he’s
not paying attention to calls. Abdul! Hey, Abdul! Yes, Mr. Bhide.
– Listen to the songs but do attend the calls too. Did you call?
– I didn’t. The ladies are having a party at Ms. Babita’s place.
She had called you. Yes. There’s a missed
call from Ms. Babita. Then, deliver the cold drinks. Yes, I’ll do it right away. Why are you delivering these? Deliver the cold ones
from the fridge. Mr. Bhide, the fridge
is out of order. But, Abdul, what is
the meaning of a cold drink? A cold drink is
a drink that is cold, right? Mr. Bhide,
this cold drink isn’t cold. So, will you call it
a ‘hot drink?’ A cold drink is a cold drink
after all, right? You are right.. I didn’t
do a research on cold drinks like you obviously have. Go..
They are waiting. They will add ice
and have it. Go. Mr. Bhide, Sambo
isn’t in his laundry shop. So, could you please
watch my shop for a while? Yes.. No problem.
– Thank you. I will be right back.
All right? “The day held my hand..”
– Sir. Just a minute. Yes, tell me.
– Can I have a pen? I wonder where
the pens are kept! Don’t you know
where you have kept the pens? J-Just a minute. Where has Abdul kept them? Yes! Here you go. How much do I pay, sir? Oh, sorry.
I have no idea about that. Despite being the shopkeeper,
don’t you know the cost of the pen?
– No. I am not a shopkeeper.
I am a teacher. It’s strange! Even teachers
have started doing business. Sir, mind your language!
What do you mean by that? I am a sincere teacher.
I don’t do teaching business. I teach the students sincerely. You are going on blabbering. W-What’s the matter,
Mr. Bhide? – Look at him, sir. I asked him for a pen. And he doesn’t
even know its cost. And he started arguing with me.
– Hey! Sir, this shop belongs to me.
– Yes. I see.
Is this your shop? Well, do teach your employee. Or else, he will have
your business shut down. Abdul! Is this the way
to speak to a customer? Sir, you have got it wrong. He is the secretary
of our society. Yes, the one and only secretary,
Aatmaram Tukaram Bhide. What have you bought?
A pen, right? Please pay Rs. 10.
– Fine. Here you go.
– It’s my shop. – Sorry.. What a strange guy he was!
– Sorry, Mr. Bhide. You got inconvenienced
because of me, right? No.. No problem.
Did you deliver the cold drink? Yes, I did.
And you can go home comfortably because I think the party
will go on for a while. Let it go on.
But I can’t relax. I have a lot to do at home.
I need to iron the sari.. I have a lot
of society related work. Cheers.. Wow!
Thank you. Let’s hold the party at
some other location. What say? Of course! Sir, is this Gokuldham Society?
– Yes, it is. Let’s go, mister.
– What! ‘They seem
to be someone’s guests.’ ‘But everyone is busy
in the party.’ ‘Let me enquire.’ Sambo! Watch the shop for
a while, I will be right back. Excuse me.
Whom do you want to visit? No one.
– Gosh! Then, why did you ask for
the address and enter inside? Who are you guys? Listen, we are here
on our job, mister. Whose job?
What job? You aren’t allowed
to enter inside like this. We..
We are here to sell this. This..
This is our product. We are here to sell this.
– Yes. – I see! You are sales people? Who arrived in a cab,
which already left! At least, ask if anyone
wants to buy it or not. If anyone is at home or not. How can you barge in!
– Sorry, sir. Please excuse us. We have heard a lot about
Gokuldham Society’s popularity. So, we are here. And we also know that
the people here are very kind. Yes.. Kind people stay here. But you won’t find anyone
if you come here suddenly. Sorry.. But..
Please, can you help us? Yes, tell me. – Who’s available?
Whom can we meet now? The ladies are busy
with their party. Here is what I can do. I can introduce you
to the secretary, Mr. Bhide. Yes.. That will do.
– Yes. Where can we meet him?
– Right here. I will call him right away..
– Okay. – Okay. Mr. Bhide.. Mr. Bhide. What happened, Abdul?
– Mr. Bhide. Someone’s here to meet you. Okay..
I’ll come downstairs. It was fun dancing Salsa,
Cha-cha-cha, right? – Yes. And the food was delicious.
– Yes. Thank you, Babita.
– You’re welcome. Who are they? They seem to be
someone’s relatives. – Yes. Mr. Abdul, who are they? Mr. Bhide is coming.
You will get to know soon. Yes.
– Greetings. Greetings.
– You are the secretary, right? Yes, I am Aatmaram Tukaram Bhide the only secretary
of Gokuldham Society. Tell me.
What brings you here? We wanted to talk to you
about a product. Yes.
– Wait a second. Look at this.
‘Taka Tak Tea.’ We wanted to talk to you
about this. Okay.
– Okay! So, you are here
to sell the product. Greetings.. Greetings..
– Greetings. I am Mili
and he is my husband, Bhagat. Mili and Bhagat.
Nice combination. – Hey! I mean to say,
they are sales people. But we are not
ordinary sales people. We have got an unique way.
Wait, we’ll show it to you. “Tea, Taka Tak Tea,
is loved by everybody.” “Father or son
or their mothers too agree.” “Tea, Taka Tak Tea,
is loved by everybody.” “Drink and give it a try.
Don’t be shy.” “Tea, Taka Tak Tea,
is loved by everybody.” Wow.. Nice..
– Oh, wow – What rhyming! Actually, we own
a small tea estate in Assam. We sell the tea produced there
in different societies. Oh!
– Okay, fine. One minute. Have a look at this.
They are our regular customers. Have a look at this.
They stay in Vile Parle. They are our customer
since eight years. Look at this.
They stay in Bandra. They our customer
since 10 years. And these are from
Lower Parel, they are amazing. They are our customer
since 20 years. Our customers are not limited
to Mumbai. We also have customers
in Hyderabad. What happened? – Hyderabad’s
famous singer is our customer. I want to say something
about him. Before he starts his show
and after he finishes his show he only drinks our
‘Taka Tak Tea.’ Oh!
– Wow. That’s not it. Successful businessmen
from Chennai and Bangalore only drink ‘Taka Tak Tea.’
– That’s good. Can we show a small demo
of five minutes? What was all what
you just did? That was just the introduction
of our product. Now, we will give the demo
of our tea. – Oh, Okay. Demo of a tea!
– Yes, ma’am. We will prepare tea for you. You taste it.
Buy if you like it. Okay.. – This is our
way of selling our product. This is not a normal tea. The tea leaves of this tea
are very rare. You won’t find it anywhere
in the market. – Okay. Because this is organic tea.
– Oh! Oh.
– Oh, organic tea leaves! Then, it’s going to be
really expensive. It must be really expensive.
– Of course not. There is a new trend
in the market. Anything that is very good
is meant to be expensive. We don’t believe in it. We believe that
the product’s cost should justify the product. Correct! Very nice.
– The tea sold outside costs around Rs. 250 to Rs. 300
per kilogram. But the cost of our organic tea
is Rs. 150 per kilogram. Oh, Lord. Rs. 150?
– Rs. 150? If you find organic tea
for cheaper rate anywhere else we will return your money. That’s so nice.
Isn’t it? Hold on, let’s think about it.
– Yes. Abdul, the tea that you
sell is more than Rs. 175. Mr. Bhide,
I don’t own a tea estate. I buy it from market
and sell it. But this is very cheap. Yes and it is organic.
– Yes. Sir, you are absolutely right.
This tea is very cheap. Because we do
door to door selling. There is neither an agent
nor a trader. It is us and our customers.
– Right! So, our tea is cheaper
than the tea you get in market. Okay.. No.. This is nice.
But we don’t need tea right now. I am right, dear? No one at my house
drinks tea, so, I don’t need it. Hansraj likes tea but we got
this month’s grocery already. And we bought tea as well. And I had been to a mall
for shopping. There was a great offer. So, I bought lot of tea leaves. But we drink Lassi at home. Taarak has acidity.
And tea is not good for acidity. So, I give green tea to Taarak. Ma’am, you all are
absolutely right. You don’t need tea leaves
right now but once.. Just once try the tea
made from our tea leaves. You won’t feel like buying
tea from anywhere else. And as far as acidity
is concerned you don’t need to worry. We give special spices
along with this tea leaves. Just mix it with the tea and eliminate
any acidity problems. Is it? Enjoy ‘Taka Tak Tea’ without any worries. These are not
ordinary tea leaves. Really? What is so unique
about the tea leaves? Just a minute, ma’am. Take a look. Royal families noble men and kings have given letters
and certificates.. Oh, gosh!
– … Praising our tea. Take a look. Gosh! A royal family. How wonderful!
Wow! Take a look. – What will I..
– Give it back to them. That’s what I meant. Thank you. Matters of the royal families and kingdoms are
of ancient times. You both don’t seem
to be that old. Abdul.
– It was a general question. You have a great
sense of humour. This business wasn’t
started in recent times. This is the third generation who
are dealing in this business. Three generations! It’s a hereditary business. Take a look at this certificate. Oh! Certificate of achievement.
– It’s so big! Show it. Oh, look how wonderful. Oh.. Amazing. Very good. It’s okay. It’s good.
– Yes, it is. – Nice. – Thanks. This tea leaf stays
fresh for two years. What..
– For two years! Look,
we are not pressurising you. You can buy the tea
only if you like it. I think, they don’t believe us. It could be possible that they
don’t need tea at the moment. It’s okay, we will
go to some other building. I’ll call a cab. No, we will take one
from outside. Just a minute. I am so sorry,
we wasted your time. Thank you. It’s okay, we will check out
the next building. Listen.
– Yes. What do you think? Madhavi, how will I know? You have a better
idea about such things. They seemed to be good people. How can you give
a diplomatic answer? You said, I understand better.
Then you said, they are good. How will I come to a decision? I mean, buy it if you wish.
Don’t buy if you don’t. Yes.
– But how.. You let it be,
I’ll ask them. Ms. Komal.
– Well.. They have letters
from kings and royal families. I am sure, something
is special about the tea. Isn’t it? – This
was the third generation. Actually, we don’t consume tea. Hence, I am confused. We can see the demonstration. If we like it
and if it’s really good then, we can buy some.
– Yes.. If we want a demonstration,
then we should call them. They must’ve just reached
the gate. Yes.
– Yes.. – Yes. The tea is economical
and it’s good for two years. Yes. – Mr. Abdul,
quickly ask them to come. Yes, I’ll do that.
– Please.. – Please, call them. I hope they didn’t get a cab.
– Yes.. Right. Wait..
Mili Bhagat, wait! Hey, just stop.. Stop!
Where are you going? Look, you have
been called back inside. You wanted to show
the demonstration. They want to see that. Really?
– Really? – Yes.. Come. – Thank you.
– No big deal. – Come, let’s go. Come..
– Yes. Thank you. Come.. Come. Thank you so much
for giving us an opportunity. No, what are you saying? Where will you
prepare the tea? It can be made at my place. You can come
to my place as well. Come, it’s okay. Look, no one needs
to go anywhere. There is one house
where we all can club together. What? Club house. Calm down. Let’s go..
Yes. – Just a minute. We will all be
accommodated there but how will
the tea be prepared? We need an oven,
milk, sugar.. All the ingredients. How will you club this? Don’t worry.
We carry all the ingredients. We have tea, milk, sugar
and the gas oven. So that no discomfort is caused
to our customers. Oh..
– Fully prepared. And not a penny
of theirs is wasted. That’s amazing. Come,
let’s go to the club house. I’ll call Hansraj. He will be happy
to know about the organic tea. Yes.. Come with me. Come..
– Come. – Thank you. I had told you
that tea vendors will come. They’ve arrived at Gokuldham. Everyone is eager
to drink the tea. But who are these tea vendors? Is selling the tea their goal or do they have
some other intension? There are two
types on intentions. Good or bad. It’s good
if they have a good motive. What if they
have negative motives? Hold on to the curiosity. You will enjoy
the flavour of the story when laughter will meet
intrigue and curiosity. To know the new
twist in the tale of tea keep watching
‘Taarak Mehta Ka Oolta Chasma’. Keep watching, keep laughing. TakaTak!