You’re crossing the limit,
daughter-in-law Jyotsana. ‘Thau.’ She crossed her limit
long back by going against me. The one whom we
thought as innocent and naive turned out
to be cunning and vile. Hey, shut up! She just crossed the limit,
she’s not cunning or vile. Yes. She’s very innocent. Those smart Gujaratis
trapped her with their words and provoked her
to make a conspiracy against her own husband. And when they got caught they blamed everything
on her and escaped. Yes. Hey, Keshav. What are you saying
‘Yes’ for? You were there,
right? They took the blame
for what Jyotsana did, ‘Thau’. Isn’t it?
Answer me. Why is it taking
so long to say yes? This too will
be one of their plan. They’re Gujaratis..
– Yes. How did you
answer so fast now? What you did was right,
Mr. Keshav and Mr. Balkrishna. We need to do
everything quickly. There’s very less
time for the wedding. Is that why
you said so? Hey, you leave.. You go to Ms. Urmila and ask her to dress
you up for the wedding quickly. Go. Okay. Stop right there, Bharti. I’ll not let this
wedding take place. Okay? Forgive me. ‘Thau’ But our Maratha
tradition doesn’t say that the personality
of a person must be calculated
on basis of caste and province. Yes. You’re still here?
Get away from here. Okay. Balkrishna,
will you go against my beliefs? No, ‘Thau’. How can
I go against your beliefs? You’re the one
who taught me about beliefs. I’ll bring you
towards my side. Because now you’re
drifting away with your beliefs. ‘Thau’
In the conspiracy against me Jyotsana
is equally guilty as those two are. What did you say,
Nirmiti? I mean,
what did you mean by that? That brother should
go away from this house. Had Nirmiti told so,
Keshav. She would
have been right. Listen to me. I’ve been
reduced to silence. Then please
permit to leave. – You can. The exit door
is that side. She’s going to pack her
things, you shameless person. What’s happening
in our house? My daughter-in-law is
going away from this house and no one is
even stopping her. Okay. Even I am a Maratha man. I’ll remove those Gujaratis
not only from their house but from
Mahadev Peth altogether. Okay? No, it’s not okay. This is
not right, ‘Thau’. Isn’t it?
Answer me with a yes. Isn’t it?
Answer me with a yes. Should everything
have happened today? If ‘Thau’ didn’t return If Mahendra
didn’t tease him. If Mr. Balkrishna
didn’t come there And we wouldn’t.. Keshav wouldn’t
have got that Hard disk. Enough! Mr. Balkrishna did tell
us he won’t stop the wedding. Then why are you
yapping so much? No.. Slow.
– Be careful. – Just a minute. Your main heroine Help her get dressed up. But who am I going
to be dressed up as? Look at that. Sister-in-law Bharti,
it was decided. That you will be
playing my character. I am the bride today so you too must
be dressed up as a bride. Oh wow! Come on now.
– Yes, go. Come on then now,
Milkshake.. I mean Abhishek.
I am sorry.. You and Mahendra
go and dress up.. our..
the names are erased.. Mr. Aikar. Go. Prabhakar. Yes. So go ahead then. Hey. Why are you so worried? Listen, dear. Whatever it is,
it’ll happen after wedding. So, you just happily enjoy
and dance in the wedding. I don’t want to dance
without mom, Mother-in-law. Dad said that one member
won’t attend the wedding and mom will be that member. You were after Mr. Mahendra
and Ms. Urmila first. When that plan failed,
then you tried to oust Gayatri from
the house along with uncle. When that failed, then you
are after mother-in-law. What do you gain by seeing
your people suffer, Keshav? You stop talking like that. And you should be
happy, Nirmiti. Just imagine. Once mom
leaves the house then it’s just you will rule
the kitchen. You can easily fool
Sister-in-law Bharti. And poor dad..
He’s an old man.. He’ll pass away soon,
then you’ll own the shop. Idiot!
– Dad.. Slap him.
Slap him harder, Father-in-law. Grandma..
Please stop. Please listen to me, Grandma. Grandma! Grandma! Grandma, I can’t let you go
away from us like this. It’s not your fault. I was the one who had stolen
the hard disk. And I was the one who replaced
uncle’s dress with the costume of Santa Claus. No, dear. You’re just a child. You just did
what I asked you to do. You.. Grandpa.. I am the one
who deserves your punishment. I conspired against you
instead of walking on your path. So, please punish me,
Grandpa. But please stop grandma. Mother-in-law. Father-in-law. Father-in-law,
if mother-in-law leaves then nothing will remain
in the house. Please stop her. Stop, Jyotsana. What’s the need of saying that? Open the bag. I want to check
what you are taking along. Hey.. What’s this Mahendra?
Why are you so upset like this? Had we have not eaten food yet,
I would’ve taught you a lesson. Okay, let’s practice now. Are you still stuck
with the practice? Mahendra, we have to get
the children married, right? No matter what, this
marriage function must go on. Yes. M-Maybe Mr. Balkrishna won’t
continue being nice to us. We may have to pack our bags
and leave this place. But our daughter
will be happy, right? Yes, that’s right. You’re right, Urmila.
– Right? Come on, then let’s start now.
Speak like Mr. Balkrishna. Come on..
Let’s start. Uncle, whatever decisions
I’ve taken in my life I’ve stayed firm with them with the confidence
that I can never be wrong. And you’re reason behind
this confidence. My parents may have brought me
in this world but you educated me on the morals and life. That’s why it can never
be wrong. Mahendra.
– Yes. You’ve given too much
of respect to him. No, Urmila. He deserves a lot more
respect than this. He faced a lot of problems,
right? – Yes. Poor guy needs to go
on a vacation, Mahendra. Yes. He needs
a different environment. – Yes.. Mahendra, let’s do one thing.
– What? We’re going to fulfil our vow
to Dwarka in Gujarat, right? Yes.
– Let’s take him along. We’ll show him Dwarka
and then send him back. – Yes. No..
Not Dwarka, Mahendra.. I’ll do one thing,
I’ll take a new vow and let’s take him
to Shimla or Mussoorie. No..
Not Shimla, Mahendra.. I’ll take some vow
for Switzerland. Switzerland.
Let’s take him to Switzerland. You’ll remain an idiot forever. Who goes to Switzerland
to fulfil a vow? It’s okay, Mahendra. Hey.. Mahendra! Sir, is that you or am I
looking at the mirror? You are not looking
at the mirror, dear. In fact, you showed me
the reality. My thoughts are so bad that..
– No, sir.. Please don’t say like that. I kept cursing Gujarati people
all my life. I could never tolerate even
a single person from Gujarat. Yes, but the mistake
that I made.. It’s me who made a mistake. I will repent of
my mistake now.. Oh.
– …by dancing in the wedding
in Gujarati style. Like this..
– Oh.. – Oh.. Oh, my God!
Mahendra! Did you see that? Once again,
you held me in the same manner. But..
– You.. Gujaratis will never reform!
– Hey! But you tripped..
– I.. Hey..
– Sorry! A dhoti, kurta.. Since when do you wear
such clothes? Well.. I have never lived
away from you. Whenever I visited my parents,
I was accompanied by you. I’m going to stay away from you
for the first time so I thought.. If I sleep next to your clothes I will feel your presence. I knew it.. I knew you would do this. Jyotsana,
you have grown very selfish. You have made an arrangement for
yourself, by taking my clothes. You didn’t think about what
I will do, after you’re gone. Have I ever lived away from you? Have I ever lived away? So, let’s leave together. That’s great! We shall go. We shall go after the wedding. Did you really think the wedding can take place
without you? Dear!
– No, dear! That’s how you do it!
Bravo! Everyone has
impersonated someone, today. You look great, Prabhakar! Today,
everyone shall impersonate the character assigned to them. No! Not for an entire day. They have to impersonate
that person, for a week. No! No..
Not for a week. You’ve to impersonate
that person for the rest of your life. No, Uncle. We need to enact someone
just for the day. If we enact someone
for the rest of our lives how will we identify people? We’ll get confused
with our relationships. Don’t you agree? Say yes..
– Yes.. Come on, Urmila. Let’s go.
Hurry up.. Yes, I am coming. You’re so stupid. You’re so stupid.
How can you be so stupid? You’re so stupid.
Come on, Urmila. Come on.
Let’s surprise everyone, today. I am serious.
You have my word! Brother Prabhakar,
why are you so quiet? No, I am fine. Well.. Your second wedding procession
is going to be so festive. Brother-in-law Prabhakar! You’re impersonating the groom,
right? – Yes.. – Yes! And I am enacting Gayatri!
I am the bride! Today, we have to impersonate
the characters assigned to us. Mr. Mahendra just
announced that. – So? It’s your wedding procession,
– Yes! Dear.. Please forgive me. Your desires were
never fulfilled. Hey, Mr. Mahendra!
You’re a Gujarati! Are you going to take away
my rights, as a father? I am supposed
to say those things. Hey, Prabhakar! The was no wedding procession
during your first wedding. We can have a wedding
processions, now. Come, play the music! Let us dance to the beats
of Marathi folk music and start the procession.
Okay? – Okay.. Hold it right there! Prabhakar’s desires are finally
being fulfilled pompously..
– Wow.. Keshav’s body language is extremely weird..
– No! Prabhakar’s desires and Keshav’s
posture are the same.. – No.. Wow!
– A king’s command and biscuit’s bark
are one and the same. – Wow.. Oh, God! Mahendra.
– Yes? Have these offerings. I have prepared
this for God as an offering. Then why are you giving it
to me? Give it to God. Why?
Aren’t you my God? After all husband is the same
as God. Hey, dear, keep quiet. Come to the point directly. Okay.
– Yes. Listen.
– Tell me. Now in Javitri’s life.. Javitri is the
name of a spice. Our daughter’s name is Gayatri. How can you forget
our daughter’s name? Do you think I do it
to belittle people? I don’t do it on purpose. Now, listen to me.
– Yes, tell me. All the problems in Gayatri’s
and Abhishek’s life have ended. Yes. God has fixed everything, right? You are right, Urmila. Now they are back on track. And to keep them on track
all their life I have arranged for something. What do you mean? I mean,
I’ve arranged for a veneration to be performed by Gayatri and Abhishek in the
temple of Gujarat so that they don’t have any
problems in their married life. That’s great. So, we’ll take the both of them
to Gujarat.. Yes, Urmila, let them get back
from their honeymoon first. Then we’ll take them to Gujarat.
And make your wish come true. Okay.
– Then both of us will go for our second honeymoon. Switzerland. And by the time we get back we will have one more
dog with us. Hey!
– Look at this. You are blushing
for adopting another dog. Abhishek!
– Gayatri! Abhishek!
– Gayatri! Abhishek!
– Gayatri! Honeymoon.. Oh, God! They both look so happy. Why wouldn’t they be happy? Finally, they’re going
on a real honeymoon. You’re both going
to Singapore, right? Let’s go, Nirmiti. Let’s pack
their bags. Let’s go.
– What all would they need? Sister-in-law, Singapore has
hot climate like India. And it can rain there anytime. So, that’s why they would need
an umbrella Crocs, raincoat and some
cotton clothes. And sunscreen. That’s it. All right, let’s
pack their bags. – Yes. Gayatri, come here. Listen to the itinerary
of the Singapore trip. The moment we reach there,
we’ll eat the breakfast quickly. And after eating breakfast,
we will go to the zoo. Then the tour operator will
quickly take us to bird park. After visiting the bird park,
we’ll go to the artificial beach with the tour operator and
we’ll spend 15 minutes there. And then the tour operator
will take us for lunch. After finishing
the lunch there quickly we will go for a balloon ride. After completing
the balloon ride with the tour operator..
– Abhishek! Are we celebrating the honeymoon
together or with tour operator? What else can we do? There are 20 honeymoon couples. We will have to do everything
according to time. Then let’s go
somewhere in India. I don’t want to go
with a tour operator. Manali.. Let’s go to Manali. Manali? So, we’ll be celebrating our hot
honeymoon in the cold weather of Manali.