TEAM247 INFORMATICS Harish… no fireworks this Diwali. I’m not going to spend a penny on it. Okay, uncle, whatever you say. Daddy! Dad, for this Diwali… I want crackers, twine bombs, 10-shots and 1,000-shots,
I want all these. Dad, I need bombs, flower pots, ground wheels, sparklers,
I want all these. Kids, I’m not buying crackers this time. Be quiet! -Dad, please.
-Please buy crackers for us, dad. -Please, dad.
-Please. Let me eat first.
Why are you this crazy about crackers? -Please, dad.
-Enough is enough now. Daddy… Please, buy us some crackers. My dear, get some sleep,
forget about the crackers. -Sleep.
-Please. This affection is getting me into trouble. I don’t know how to comfort them. Dad, please, get me some crackers. I beg you. My friends will mock me like anything. -Leave me.
-I beg you, please, daddy. No crackers, nothing. Varun, get up. Let me go. No crackers this time. Let me go! Hey, why are you yelling at the kid? Kid, come here. Your dad is a real miser.
I will give you, come here. Here, take it. Dad, this one and this one here. -This one, too.
-Wait, wait. How much is this, bro? 10 rupees. -This one?
-10. 10. -This one?
-5. These all are cheap,
don’t you have some costly ones? You want costlier? Check this one. -How much is this?
-It’s 100. -Keep it aside.
-Okay. -And how much is this?
-That’s 50 each. -Keep it aside.
-Okay. And this one here? That is 500. -All right, keep it aside.
-Okay. Finally, got all what I wanted for. This is for you, Varun. Hey, Shin-Chan,
you got what you wanted, right? Now burn your crackers. Enjoy. Burn them and have fun! What kind of crackers are these, dad? The reel is finished. -You just came?
-Yes. -How are you, aunty?
-All are fine. -How are your parents?
-They are fine. -And your sisters?
-Anyway, where is she? Uncle fell ill so she went to see him,
will be back in sometime. Aunty, you promised to give me
a gold chain and a bracelet… maybe it’s time now. Don’t worry about it,
will arrange them in sometime, but… don’t rush, have patience. Understand our situation,
do have some patience. I didn’t expect this, aunty.
I’m asking for what you’ve promised. Will give it for sure. And it’s
a never-ending debt relation between us. It may take sometime
but will give it to you. My friends are mocking me
about all these things. Aunty, are you there? Yes, my son. Come, freshen up. -Is everything all right?
-Yes. How much yield did we get this time? It’s a no loss/no profit situation again. -Is it?
-Yes. How are your parents doing? They are good, aunty. Finally, Diwali has come… and you’ve promised a car, so is there any chance
you can buy me a car? I’ll buy you one, son,
but let the roads be revamped. I’m feeling ashamed to go on bike. And I’m feeling sad… thinking my daughter might get hurt
on those dirty roads. Lie down and relax,
I’ll get you some milk. Who’s bothered about milk?
Owning a car is just a dream now. Sooramma, my son-in-law came
and he’s asking for dowry. What should I do? Even my son-in-law is here
asking for a car. I don’t know what to do. Convince him somehow. Let’s start. Sooramma, my son-in-law is a real gem. We said no,
but he got us plenty of crackers. Sooramma… My son-in-law refused to take a car, or a bike, even a bicycle for dowry. Such a gentleman he is. You are so fortunate
to have such son-in-law. What happened to you, aunty?
Aren’t you lucky? Always whining about the fate. Are you worried about buying me a car? I don’t need it. Buy me a one when you can. I asked it for your daughter’s comfort. Don’t get me wrong for that. Even your son-in-law is a gem,
and tell everyone the same. I’m confused who’s getting blamed here. Talk high about me. I will spend for this year’s festival
and the next year’s, too. Praising others in front of me.
Am I not a gem? Let’s start. Gangamma… You know, how good my son-in-law is? He brought many things for the festival. He’s as precious as gold. We offered him a gold chain,
but he denied it. So we thought of gifting him a bracelet, and he denied that, too. He is a true gentleman. He doesn’t expect anything from us. Sooramma, how fortunate you are. Aunty… Now, what happened to you
and your daughter’s fate? I was just reminding you
as I came for the festival. Now it’s up to you. You are more than blessed
to have me as your son-in-law. I’m more precious than gold.
I’m as pure as a diamond. Got it? Aunty, let it be. Give gold, bracelet, whatever you want
to your daughter. Look here, I bought some crackers,
let’s celebrate the festival. Sooramma, how lucky we both are. See, my good son-in-law
bought us crackers. We both are equally lucky to have them. Brother, no. Please don’t do it. Brother! Can’t you wait for a minute?
Let me light it. Brother, please. Don’t do it, please. Wait for a sec. Brother, no. These crackers are real waste. Bro, why did you get these
dummy crackers? Wait, I’m going to burst one cracker
that will blow like an atom bomb. Stop there, Tirumala bro! What kind of crackers are these, Randheer? They’re not even bursting. I told you already
these crackers are scrap. Go and return them like our brother says. Why don’t you listen to me?
Just wait for a minute. Dad, why are you getting scared? Those are dummy crackers. Come this side. No, Venni, I won’t come. We can’t predict
when they’re going to burst. I thought the same like you,
but those are dummies. Get inside. Dummy bomb it is. My time is running bad. Come soon. Bro, what’s the time now? It’s 9:20 p.m., bro. From the past two hours they’re
burning crackers. Let’s go talk to them. I’ve been noticing everything, guys,
don’t you have any social responsibility? You have to burn the crackers
for 2 hours. Don’t you know it’s only for two hours? What about you? And you? Do you really have any idea? You are spoiling the environment. Do you understand? The pollution caused
will have adverse health effects. It will damage our lungs. It can cause cancer, too. You will never understand. Take care of your health.
Stop bursting crackers. Nonsense. Is he out of his mind? He’s smoking in front of the kids… and giving a lecture
on social responsibility. I don’t know
when this society will change. Everyone’s giving lectures. Okay, friends. Thanks for watching this video
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