Jethalaal! Happy ‘Navratri’! Come..
– Happy ‘Navratri’. Happy ‘Navratri’..
– Happy ‘Navratri’! Come here.. Happy ‘Navratri’.
– Happy ‘Navratri’. Happy ‘Navratri’. Come in, Dr. Hathi.
Please be seated. Sit down.. Jethalaal,
you didn’t attend the meeting. Bhide asked me to come on time
and I was running late. I thought Bhide will rebuke me
if I go late so I didn’t turn up. But you didn’t even come
to the soda shop last night. Yes.. We spoke yesterday.
I was exhausted. Jetha, you shouldn’t
keep secrets from friends. No matter how hard you try
to hide but friends can sense
when something is wrong. Yes.
– Yes. Ms. Daya is away, and that’s why
you’re upset, right? Mr. Jetha, we understand
your problem. I can relate to you
more than everyone. I know the significance of
having a companion in life. How can you understand,
Popatlaal? You have never been married. I know! I may not be married,
but I can still relate! Why are you shouting?
I am talking normally. But you’re asking me
whether I can understand.. You’re not married,
so you cannot relate. I know how it feels..
– So I asked. Popatlaal, calm down. Dr. Hathi, why did you push me? Just ask me to sit down,
instead. Sorry. Calm down.
Please sit down. Mr. Bhide, please sit down. Please calm down. We are here to talk to Mr. Jetha and you guys are quarrelling. I’m not fighting, Dr. Hathi. I just said, he’s unmarried. Bhide! Calm down. I would like to say something.
May I? Sure, go ahead. Mr. Jetha.. Please don’t be so depressed. We want you to be happy.
Please smile. Even I want to be happy, Sodhi.
But I can’t help it. I don’t want to keep
any secrets from you. I will talk about
what I am going through. I thought Daya will come home
during ‘Navratri’. A while ago, I spoke to Sundar
and from what he said I don’t think Daya is going to
be here for ‘Navratri’. Oh! You’re right, Tapu..
Hey! Everyone is here!
– Yes. Greetings, sir.
– Yes, please be seated. Okay.. Sir, Jethalaal did not attend
the meeting today. Nor did he come for soda
last night. We were worried,
so we came over to meet him. We just learnt Ms. Daya is not coming home
for ‘Navratri’ so Jethalaal is upset. Guys, don’t worry. You’ll see, Mr. Jetha’s
depression and sadness will last only until evening. Mr. Jetha will be
dancing with joy in the evening. Why? What’s going to happen
in the evening? ‘Garba’! Yes.. As soon as Mr. Jetha joins us
for ‘Garba’ dance this evening he’ll forget about everything
that’s bothering him. Isn’t it, Mr. Jetha? No, Sodhi. I have decided that this ‘Navratri’,
I won’t join the ‘Garba’ dance. What!
– What! Are you serious, Mr. Jetha? You won’t join the ‘Garba’ dance
during ‘Navratri’. No.
– What! I am sorry, Sodhi. ‘Navratri’ is incomplete
for me without Daya. I won’t be participating in
‘Garba’ dance this year. Jetha, what are you saying? Dad, I just don’t feel like
participating in ‘Garba’ without Daya. Dad, if you won’t
take part in ‘Garba’ dance neither will I. Hey! Tapu.. – Dad, the way
you don’t like it when someone tries to
persuade you into something similarly, if you persuade me to
take part in ‘Garba’, I’ll feel bad too. I won’t participate in
‘Garba’ without mom and you. Hey, Tapu.. When Daya is not here and Jetha and Tapu won’t
be participating in ‘Garba’ lI won’t take part in ‘Garba’
either. – Dad! Dad! – Mr. Champak. Jethalaal,
why are you acting childish? All three of you
should be positive instead of getting emotional. The three of you
can’t just pull out of this year’s ‘Garba’. That’s right. If Tapu won’t take part in
‘Garba’ all his friends
will follow suit, right? That’s right.
No, no. Not fair. I, Aatmaram Tukaram Bhide,
the only secretary of Gokuldham Society
can’t permit you all to remain absent from
the ‘Navratri’ celebrations. You must join us for ‘Garba’. Sorry, Bhide.
Sorry, friends. I have already
made up my mind not to take part in ‘Garba’
this year. Bye. Hey, Jethalaal! Jethalaal..
Listen, Jethalaal.. There you go! We had come here to
cheer up Jethalaal. But he’s got us stressed out
instead. That’s right.
– Guys, what are you thinking? Let’s go and try to
convince Jethalaal again. No, Sodhi, it’s of no use. He’s missing Ms. Daya
so much that he is overwhelmed.
He won’t agree. I have an idea.
– What is it? – Tell us? Let’s go to our respective
homes and talk to our wives. Maybe, they might come up
with a solution for this. Hey! What is going on here? Sir, we have got special
invitation from Mr. Tapu to join ‘Navratri’ celebrations
at Gokuldham Society. So, we are practising
‘Garba’ dance. During the festive season,
you guys have left Magan alone at the shop to
practice ‘Garba’ here! There is no need
for you to practice. Focus on your duties. Sir, you are asking us
not to practice ‘Garba’! Yes. You’re don’t want us
to dance ‘Garba’? Yes.
Don’t mention ‘Garba’ to me. What’s the matter, Mr. Jetha? Isn’t Ms. Daya coming
to Mumbai from Ahmedabad to do ‘Garba’ dance with you
during ‘Navratri’? Who told you that? I guessed it from
your mood. Did you speak to Mr. Sundar? Yes. – What did he say? That Daya won’t be coming
to Mumbai for ‘Navratri’. Mr. Jetha,
why are you losing hope? You know Mr. Sundar’s nature. He always keeps
playing pranks. I’m sure this is
one of his pranks. Right. It is impossible
that Ms. Daya wouldn’t turn up to celebrate ‘Navratri’. Because Ms. Daya is
as enthusiastic about ‘Garba’ as we are about our salaries
at the beginning of the month Mr. Nattu, I already told you. She won’t be here
for ‘Navratri’. Bageshwar, I have an idea. Let’s all get together and do
‘Garba’. That will cheer up, Fetalaal. Hey, Fete.. Bawri.. Actually, it is a good idea,
sir. Because the thing is you might want to take part
in ‘Garba’ during ‘Navratri’. So,
practice the dance with us. That will
brighten your mood. This year, during ‘Navratri’ I will not take part
in ‘Garba’ dance. Sir..
What kind of a joke is this? It is impossible that you won’t
take part in ‘Garba’ dance. Right.
– Yes. But it will happen this year. Not only me,
even my dad and Tapu are not taking part in
‘Garba’. What! Did you understand?
Get back to work now! Ms. Bawri, listen. Where are you going?
– Back home. Today, Mr. Jethalaal seems to be is in a very foul mood. Did you hear that, sir? She took your name
correctly this time. Oh, God!
His mood is getting worse. Bye, Bageshwar. Bye.
– Bye. What are you
both waiting for now? Get back to work.
– Okay.. Taarak! Taarak, what’s going on? Due to your best friend’s
decision Mr. Champaklaal and Tapu are not
going to take part in ‘Garba’. Even I won’t enjoy the event
without him. I wonder what’s going to happen. He is your friend
and you have no idea. Yes, he’s my friend.
He’s my best friend but what can I do?
I don’t know what to do. He’s been compelled
by his circumstances. Mr. Jetha is your friend so it is your duty
to convince him. Why are you forcing me, Anjali? Jethalaal is right.
It’s a great idea. I won’t join the festivities
either. – What! Yes. Until you stop forcing me to drink this concoction
and bitter gourd juice I won’t join the festivities.
You must be joking. I am not joking, Anjali,
I am serious. Taarak, please don’t be upset. Come up with an idea
to convince your friend. There you go again, Anjali. Yes, Taarak. I am just reminding you
that Mr. Jetha is your friend and he relies on you. You have to convince Mr. Jetha.
Is that clear? Anjali, do you think I’ve forgotten
that we’re best friends and he relies on me? I remember that. But he’s not in the
right frame of mind. Even when his father tried to
convince him he didn’t relent. He will not listen to me. He’s too depressed to reason
right now. Any progress, Hans? No, Komal.
I don’t know what to do. Dad don’t you have a medicine
which could persuade Mr. Jetha Mr. Champaklaal and Tapu
to join us for ‘Garba’ dance? No, Goli. If that was possible,
I’d have done it long ago. Think of an idea, Hans.
– I am thinking. Komal, you both
try to think of a solution too. Darling, we are both so smart. Why can’t we come up
with a solution? Roshan.
– Yes, Roshan? We should devise
a mind blowing plan to persuade Mr. Jetha to join
the ”Navratri” festivities. Gogi, come here.
– Yes.. Mind blowing idea,
right? Let’s do the ‘Bhangra’.
– Okay. “Let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..” Stop it! What are you both doing? You asked me to come up
with a mind blowing idea so we were dancing. If we do Bhangra,
we will feel energetic. That might help us
in coming up with an idea. Yes, Mom.
Dad is right. Like father, like son. “Come on, let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..”
– Stop it.. “Come on, let’s dance..” “Come on, let’s dance..” Roshan, darling!
We have an amazing idea! I will restrain Mr. Jetha
and make him dance. And I will restrain Tapu!
– Yes! You both have lost your minds. If you restrain Mr. Jetha
and Tapu how will they dance? Right.
– Right. Darling, you’re right.
We can’t do that. Mostly, Jethalaal is either
facing problems or causing them. Jethalaal has a deep connection
with problems. It’s not Mr. Jetha’s fault. If Mr. Jetha, Mr. Champak
and Tapu don’t join the ‘Garba’ no one in Gokuldham will enjoy
the festivities. Yes, Babita. But I have no idea if
Jethalaal will get convinced. Aiyar! In science, there’s a solution
to every problem. Find a logical reason
to convince Mr. Jetha. Well, I do not
understand Jethalaal. How can we convince Mr. Jetha? Everyone in Gokuldham society
must be thinking about how to convince Jethalaal. Babita, please give me a cup
of coffee. It might spark off an idea. What’s that? I made coffee a long time ago.
– Okay.. The coffee has gone cold. Why are you pacing?
Your tea has gone cold. Madhavi, ”Navratri”
festivities in Gokuldham are in jeopardy with Gada family backing out
and you’re worried about tea. If Tapu doesn’t join ‘Garba’
neither will his friends. And if that happens,
Sonu will back out too. You’re a teacher. You’re a teacher! I already know that!
So what? I am just reminding you
that you’re a teacher. Regard Mr. Jetha as a student
and persuade him. Madhavi,
Jethalaal is not my student whom I can persuade. So, the teacher has
run out of ideas, today. Exactly! Today, my mind is blank
like an blackboard. God! All the money that I spent
on buying almonds have gone waste! What do you mean? How much money got wasted? What happened?
Did they get spoilt? Where did you buy them? No..
They aren’t spoiled. They are getting wasted. I’m worried about Jethalaal and ‘Navratri’ festivities.
What’s it with the almonds? I make you eat almonds so that your mind stays healthy
and alert. But you aren’t getting
any ideas. – Oh, God! Madhavi,
you think this is a joke! I am not joking. Actually, if you get worried,
even I’ll get worried. If both of us are tense how will we solve the problem? We can find a solution
to the problem when our mind is calm. So, think peacefully. Actually, a person can think
peacefully if his mind is calm. He will get some ideas.
If he is restless.. Hey..
You be calm now. Or I’ll forget the idea
that I have in mind. That means, you got an idea!
– Yes. The almonds weren’t a waste
after all. Come on, tell me the idea.. The idea is very simple. I will call for an
emergency society meeting and I’ll pass a rule that whoever backs out
”Navratri” celebrations he will have to pay
double the maintenance bill for the next three months. God! The almonds were
a waste of money indeed. What!
– Leave it. You don’t have to do anything. The ladies are meeting at
Anjali’s place to discuss this. We will come up with an idea
somehow. Even this year,
we’ll celebrate ‘Navratri’ with great pomp and show. It’s strange
that Mr. Jetha, Mr. Champaklaal and Tapu won’t join us
for ‘Garba’. Then how will be celebrate
‘Navratri’ in the absence of Ms. Daya?
– Exactly. That’s why everyone
is upset at home. – Exactly. I’m missing Ms. Daya very much.
– Correct.. Think about it, Ms. Babita. If we all are missing
Ms. Babita so much imagine how much Mr. Jetha,
Mr. Champak and Tapu must be missing her. It’s unfair that they have to
back out of the festivities. We must do something, right?
– Yes. Hey, friends!
Why don’t we call Mr. Sundar and tell him to send Ms. Daya to Gokuldham
if possible. Yes. – Wow!
– Yes, that’s a good idea. Actually, Ms. Komal,
I’ll call Mr. Sundar right away. Yes.
– That’s a very good idea. Thank you. Who is calling me? It’s Ms. Anjali. I’m sure, it’s for my sister. I will have to talk to her. Tell me, Ms. Anjali. Hi, Mr. Sundar.
– How is everyone doing? We’re doing great,
and not so great, too. That’s why we called you. We are having fun
as it is ‘Navratri’, but.. Okay, I understood. You aren’t having fun as my sister isn’t there,
isn’t it? Yes.
– Correct. Can we please talk
to Ms. Daya? Yes, please.
– I’m sorry, Ms. Anjali. Sister has gone on a pilgrimage
with mom. If she were here I’d have brought her
to Gokuldham right away. Mr. Sundar, please send Ms. Daya
to Gokuldham for ‘Navratri’ if possible. There’s a big problem.
– Yes. Problem!
What happened? Actually, Mr. Sundar.. What!
Even Tapu? My brother-in-law is acting
so childish. Even Tapu and Mr. Champak
are supporting him. Sundar,
it’s about ones feelings. Mr. Jetha, Mr. Champak, Tapu and all the residents
of Gokuldham are missing Mr. Daya very much. Please think about it,
Mr. Sundar. There won’t be any fun
if Mr. Jetha, Mr. Champak and Tapu don’t join
the ‘Navratri’ festivities. Mr. Sundar, we feel that only
you can do something about it. Please..
– Please, Mr. Sundar. Please.. No, ladies of Gokuldham.
Please don’t request me. And don’t worry. My brother-in-law will
surely perform Garba on this ”Navratri”. And so will Mr. Champak
and Tapu. Hold on.. That means, Ms. Daya
is coming back, right? Just forget all that. Make preparations to celebrate
”Navratri” in all grandeur. It’s my promise that
brother-in-law will join ‘Navratri’ festivities at
Gokuldham with full enthusiasm. Yes!
– Yes. Thank you.
– Thank you so much.. Bye. Bye.. I just hope and pray, Mr. Jetha
keeps Mr. Sundar’s request and joins us for Garba. Right. The confidence with which
Mr. Sundar has promised I’m sure we can trust him. that Mr. Jetha, Mr. Champak
and Tapu will surely join us for ‘Garba’. Friends, have you ever heard of
the fire protecting the petrol? But that’s happening here. Fire has decided
to protect petrol. That is, Jethalaal
and Sundarlaal are like fire and petrol. When they meet, small
explosions are sure to occur. This year,
Jethalaal has shocked us by refusing take part in Garba,
and Sundarlaal has claimed that he’ll surely make him
take part. This competition will be
interesting. Both are equally headstrong. What’s worth watching
is what Sundarlaal does. Will he be able to
convince Jethalaal? Or will he lay such a trap in
which Jethalaal will get caught? Will Jethalaal agree? And the most important thing.. Will Sundarlaal bring
Ms. Daya with him? Will Sundarlaal
fulfil his promise? Will Ms. Daya return
to Gokuldham? I’m feeling dizzy in the process
of getting answers to so many questions. But why are you worrying? When the laughter
and entertainment clash it’ll leave you in splits. Keep watching, ‘Taarak
Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah’. Keep watching and keep laughing.