‘It is rightly said,
one’s luck can change anytime.’ ‘I was lucky earlier. I’d see
Ms. Babita in her balcony’ ‘whenever I used to
leave for work.’ ‘But nowadays, unfortunately,
whenever I leave for work’ ‘I never
get to see Ms. Babita.’ ‘God!
Are You listening to me?’ ‘What am I being punished for?’ ‘Ms. Babita!’ ‘Thank You. Thank You, God.’ ‘You delay
but never deny.’ Good morning, Ms. Babita. Good morning, Mr. Jetha. Oh, God! The oranges fell down.
– Yes. You don’t bother..
I will pick them up. Mr. Jetha, you, too
don’t bother. I’ll pick them up. No, Goli. No. I am there.
I will pick them up. You leave for college.
You must be getting late. Come on, leave. Mr. Jetha, even you are
going to the shop. You must be getting late too. You carry on.
I will pick them up. Who said I am getting late? It’s okay.
Both of you carry on. I will pick them up.
– No, Ms. Babita. You need not bother
when I am here. This is not possible. You let it be.
I will pick them up. Mr. Jetha..
Move your foot. What are you doing? Hey!
– What are you doing? Come on, Mr. Jetha! I had almost picked up
all the oranges. Why did you pick them up? I had told you
that I’d pick them up. Both of you don’t bother. No.. No, Ms. Babita.
I am there. I am picking them up.
Please don’t.. Hey! You.. Hey.. Yes.. Yes, Mr. Jetha.. I won. I picked up more oranges
than you. Here you go, Ms. Babita. Thank you. ‘The kids nowadays
are spoiled.’ ‘They don’t let the elders
do any work.’ Mr. Jetha, would you take
these oranges to your shop? Hey.. You are acting smart!
– Put it in the bag. Yes, I am.. No. It’s okay. Goli, this is for you
for helping me out. Have it on the way
to college, okay? Here.
– No, Ms. Babita. It’s okay. Goli, Ms. Babita is giving it
to you affectionately. Take it. No, Mr. Jetha, I can’t take it. Why?
– Why? Because if I take
these three oranges then I will have to buy
three more outside. Why? – Because I eat six oranges
at a time. That’s okay.
You can take six. In fact, not just six.. You can take
as much as you want to. Come. – No, Ms. Babita.
Don’t say this. Or else, he will really
take them all. Come on, Mr. Jetha! I won’t be able
to eat so many oranges. I am Goli.
I am not my dad. But yes,
if it were my dad in my place then he would definitely
have eaten all the oranges. You want six oranges, right?
Wait. Here, Ms. Babita. By the way, these oranges
look tasty. These are special oranges
from Nagpur. Really? Let me taste one. You can taste the oranges
that she has given you. You can have it
on the way to college. Okay, Goli? Come on, leave.
Or else you will get late. Come on.
– Okay. Bye, Mr. Jetha. Bye, Ms. Babita. Bye.
– Have a nice day. By the way, Goli was right. The oranges look really good. Where did you buy them from? An organic grocery
has opened nearby. That’s where I buy
all the fruits from. By organic, you mean, natural,
where they don’t use much pesticides. In fact,
they don’t any chemical. That’s the one, right?
– Right.. Good.
Wow, Ms. Babita. Great. I must say this.
You’re so decisive. Sorry. Pardon.
– No. I mean, there are lot of fruit stalls in the market
but you’re firm with your decision
to buy only organic fruits. That’s such a good thing.
– Okay. I mean.. It’s okay, Mr. Jetha.
– No, Ms. Babita. It’s very important
for good health. Or else, there’s so much
adulteration in everything.. ‘Baga just doesn’t understand’ ‘though I’m disconnecting
his calls.’ You may attend the call
if it’s important. Not at all. This is one
of those unsolicited calls offering credit cards
or some policy. They bother me
at the start of the day. It’s just one of those calls. “Play the dhol.
It delights me.” “Play the dhol..” ‘Gosh! This guy
just doesn’t understand.’ Why is sir
disconnecting the calls? Let me try the landline number.
– So, are you going to the shop? Where else will I go?
– Well, I just asked as you’re leaving a bit early.
– Yes, that’s because it’s almost business season.
So, I’m going early today to prepare for the same. Jetha! Baga is calling you up
repeatedly. Why are you not answering it? Baga’s calls?
I didn’t get any, Dad. What do you mean?
Since you’re not answering he has called up
on the landline number. The call is on hold.
Here, talk to him. No.. Dad, hold on. Keep it. I’ll call him up from my phone
and talk to him. Okay, that’s fine.
Baga, listen. Jetha will call you up
from his phone, all right? Hang up. Okay. Hey! Ms. Babita, I’m sorry.
How are you? I’m fine. Were you getting
Mr. Baga’s calls? – No. It just showed some number,
instead of his name. I’d have surely answered it
if it was Baga’s call, right? Okay, fine. Fine, you carry on.
See you later, okay? Bye. Have a good day.
– Okay.. No.. Don’t do this. I was.. – I’ll pick it up
for you, Ms. Babita. Thank you so much.
– Hey! Wonderful, Ms. Babita. Come on! – Keeping
your surroundings clean. Bye, have a good day.
– Okay! ‘Baga is impossible.
Look at him.’ ‘Dad just told him
that I’d call him back’ ‘but he just can’t wait.’ Hey, you fool. I was disconnecting the call
repeatedly. Don’t you get this simple thing
that you should call up after some time?
– I’m sorry, sir. But come to the shop quickly. There’s a big problem here.
– What happened? I can’t tell you over the phone.
Come to the shop quickly. Don’t scare me.
Just tell me what’s the problem. There’s definitely a problem but it’s not so serious
that you should panic. Okay. So, I need
not worry about it, right? Well, honestly speaking,
you should worry to a certain extent.
– What are you saying? Just tell me clearly
what exactly happened. Sir, if I tell you
what the issue is you’ll be quite worried. And due to stress,
if something happens to you on your way to here,
it will add to the problem. ‘If something happens’?
What are you implying? Sir, forget all that.
Rush to the shop. There’s a big issue over here.
Come soon. Will you just tell me..
Hello! Baga is impossible. Well, mister, Ashok Nagar?
– Ashok Nagar? – Yes. So, go straight
and take a left at the signal. Then, go straight
for next four kilometres. Then, take a left
at the next signal. That’s where Ashok Nagar is. Fine, you go there.
I’ll soon reach. What! – I’m not asking you
the directions, mister. I thought you were asking
the directions and I should help you. Whereas, you’re scolding me! No, sorry, I wasn’t asking you
the directions. I want to go there.
Will you take me? Sure, sir. – Thank you.
– You don’t have to thank me. That’s my job.
– Fine. Let’s go. – Okay. “Play the dhol.
It delights me.” Yes, tell me, Baga.
– Sir, have you left? Yes, I have but tell me
what has happened in the shop?
– Sir, I told you I can’t tell you over the phone. Come to the shop quickly.
Once you reach that will be the first thing
that I tell you. Actually, I won’t have
to tell you. The moment you
step into the shop you will get to know
what exactly happened. Don’t talk in circles. Just tell me what happened
in the shop. Sir, come to the shop quickly.
That’s it. H-Hello.. ‘He’s such a weird person.’ ‘Why can’t he tell me directly?’ ‘Till the time I reach the shop’ ‘this question will keep
ringing in my mind.’ ‘What might’ve happened
in the shop?’ What is happening here? Mr. Lattu,
Mr. Mota is here. Bawri, his name is Mr. Jetha,
not Mr. Mota. My name is Nattu,
not Lattu. Yes.
– Sorry. I made a mistake. What is happening here? Mr. Jetha, leakage.
– What! Leakage.
Leakage, sir. The roof of our shop is leaking. There is such
a big problem here. Why didn’t you inform me? There was a reason behind it. What is the reason? Actually,
Mr. Nattu had told me to inform you about this. But then, I thought that if I
tell you about it over the phone you might panic. And the journey
from your house to the shop won’t be a pleasant one. What rubbish! Had I started from my house
for a picnic or what? But, Mr. Jetha..
– Shut up! Quiet! Wow!
Did you hear it, Bageshwar? The dripping water droplets are creating
such a romantic music. Romantic music, my foot!
Shut up! Quiet! Baga, quickly cover Mr. Jetha
with a raincoat. Otherwise, he will get drenched. Hold on. Wait. Let me cover you up
with a raincoat. Water is leaking
everywhere here in this shop. Hey, what have you put on me instead of a raincoat?
– Quick fix. What! Mr. Jetha, from where
should we arrange a raincoat at such a short notice? That’s why, best from waste! Actually, if you see, this is
better than an actual raincoat. How is that Mr. Nattu? This is two-in-one raincoat,
Baga. You are not only saved
from getting drenched but can even enjoy
popping the bubbles. Yes, you are right, Mr. Nattu. This didn’t occur to me. Mr. Nattu, is this time
to burst the bubbles? Baga, take it off.
Come on. No, keep it on.
It is looking good on you. What are you waiting for?
Come on, take it off. Okay. Sure. Welcome. Please come, sir.
Welcome. Seems like repair work is
being done in your shop. No, not at all.
Tell me. What do wish to buy? I intend to buy
a lot of things. TV, refrigerator. But water is
leaking everywhere in your shop. You don’t worry about that.
We have a solution for it. Please come with me.
– Please come. Come. Be careful,
there is water here. – Careful. Please come.
– Come. Don’t you worry.
– Don’t worry. We’ll wrap you up nicely. That’s it.
You won’t get drenched now. Not a single drop of water
will fall on you now. Happy? Now, tell me. Which brand TV
shall I show you? We have TVs of
all brands in our shop. And you will get them
at the least price compared to other shops
in the market. – Yes. – Right. I agree that I’ll get it
at the least price but the roof of
your shop is leaking. What’s the guarantee that
the TV won’t be defective? Sir, the TVs here
are only for display. We will give you a brand new set from our warehouse. That’s right. Is it? Isn’t there any leakage
in your warehouse? No. no. No, there isn’t
any leakage there. Yes. There is no leakage
in our warehouse. I don’t want to
buy anything from here. Hey.. Listen. Sir.. Hey! Sir, that guy took
our raincoat with him. Mr. Nattu, are you worried
about the raincoat or our shop? If water keeps
leaking like this we won’t be able to
do any business today. I am concerned about the shop
but what can I do? What do you mean? Find out the cause of the leak. Isn’t it obvious? The water is leaking
from the roof. I will check, sir. Can I come along, Bageshwar? No, Bawri.
I’ll do it. Bageshwar,
please let me come along. I’m fond of detective stories
since I was a child. The way the detectives
solve a mystery it very entertaining. What does the leakage
have to do with the story about detectives?
– Yes. Why not?
This is also a detective case. We have to find the cause
of the leakage. Why are you talking
to this defective case? Please go check, quickly. Get down, come on. Oh, God!
What’s going on, Mr. Nattu? How did the roof start leaking
– How would we know, sir? I think, a plumber
can tell us the reason. Yes, call a plumber. Baga.
Call the plumber. I can’t call him.
– Why? He has gone to his village
for a couple of days. Oh! I will call up Bhide. Sir, is Mr. Bhide both
a secretary and a plumber? Please explain it to him. Uncle Nattu, Mr. Jethalaal
is calling Mr. Bhide to ask him for
a plumber’s phone number because when there are leakages
in the society.. He got it. Why are you giving him
a detailed explanation? Did you get it? Yeah.. I got it. I told you that he understood
and yet you’re asking him. Bageshwar wasn’t doubting you.
– Be quiet! Jethalaal, what do you mean? You called me up
but you’re asking me to be quiet before I could speak. No, I wasn’t talking to you.
I was talking to Bawri. Why? Why did you
ask Bawri to be quiet? Never mind that. So, why did you call me? Tell me the plumber’s number. Why? What happened? The roof of my shop
is leaking, badly. All the appliances
are getting damaged. Oh.. I will give you
the plumber’s number but he will not be available.
– Why? He has gone to his village. All the plumbers have gone
to their villages! Are they all attending some
‘plumbing’ festival or what? What?
– The plumber we normally hire has gone to his village
and the society’s plumber has also gone to his village. Jethalaal, I have an idea. Call Abdul. He might give you
another plumber’s number. Okay.. Thank you.
– Okay. Oh, it’s Mr. Jethalaal! Tell me, Mr. Jethalaal. Abdul, I just called Bhide and he said that our society
plumber has gone to his village. Do you have any other
plumber’s number? – Why? What happened? – My shop’
ceiling has started leaking. In your shop?
– Yes! Oh, no! There are many expensive
appliances in your shop. They will be damaged. Yes, so please tell me
any plumber’s number. I know many plumbers but there are special plumbers who fix the wall
and roof leakage who are expert in this. So, do you know anyone? Yes, I do. There’s a person
who’s expert in this. Everyone calls him
‘leakage expert’ but his name is Ghansuk Ghayal. Ghansuk Ghayal? Yes, he’s a great plumber. He’s a bit eccentric. but he is good at his job. What do you mean by eccentric? I mean,
he’s a plumber by profession but he loves poetry. Not a problem! I just have to get
the plumbing work done. I don’t care
if he’s a poet or a goat. Wow, Mr. Jethalaal. You are also rhyming words. What? Give me the number, pal. Wait a minute, Abdul. Baga.
– Yes. I will put the phone
on speaker mode so when Abdul
says the phone number feed it in your phone. Okay. Abdul, tell me his phone number. Yes, I will tell you. Mr. Jethalaal, do you know there’s a great story
behind him being a plumber? Abdul, I don’t have the time
to listen to a story. Give me the number. No, it’s not a long story. His whole story is covered
in just one poem he wrote. Listen. ‘Ghansuk used to
climb the pipes’ ‘like a monkey for his beloved’ ‘but sadly,
the day she left him’ ‘he became a plumber.’ Wow. Okay, give me the number. Yes, I will text you the number. Okay. Well, again my dear friend,
Jethalaal got strangled in trouble. Diwali is approaching and in Jethalaal’s shop,
Gada Electronics the ceiling is leaking. The Diwali season is very
important for any businessman. Everyone knows this. If something like this happens then what can
the businessman do? These daily issues regarding
water, electricity, car, etc. can never be predicted. And when an issue
like this occurs then to find a carpenter,
mechanic plumber and electrician becomes immensely difficult because a person
doesn’t expect these issues and so, he isn’t prepared for it either. In the same manner,
Jethalaal was also not prepared for this issue but now he
searches for a plumber who can fix this leakage so that the business in
Diwali season runs smoothly. Now what’s interesting is,
what will happen now? He got a plumber’s number
from Abdul but will he come? And will he be
able to fix the leakage? Will the leakage
be fixed properly? Or what if Jethalaal
gets entangled in this problem throughout the ‘Diwali’ season? We will find out the answer
in the next episode but here the water is dripping.. And there,
a laughter riot ensues. Keep watching ‘Taarak Mehta
Ka Ooltah Chashmah’. Keep watching and keep smiling.