Barrister Babu – 2nd March 2020 – बैरिस्टर बाबू – Full Episode

Barrister Babu – 2nd March 2020 – बैरिस्टर बाबू – Full Episode

March 7, 2020 40 By Peter Engel


My husband has left me
alone once again. He told me to sleep. But he didn’t tell
me where to sleep. There are so many rooms over here. This house seems like a maze. Above all, it’s so late at night. If I won’t sleep… …how would I do so much… …of pending work tomorrow? This seems like my husband’s room. This is my husband’s room. I’ll stay here. I’ve taken out everything. But where should I keep this? Once mother comes, she’ll
do all the work. Then I’ll relax and
eat ‘Rasgullas’. ‘No matter how much… …you convince yourself… …everyone will consider
her as your wife.’ ‘You’ll have to accept her
as your wife and give… …her the status of your wife.’ ‘But everyone will
consider her as your wife.’ ‘Do you want to know my feelings?’ ‘I’m not related to you!’ ‘Leave from here. Go to your wife.’ ‘If you wanted me to
be in your life… …then why did you
marry someone else?’ ‘Your dreams… …and your love will be lost.’ ‘She isn’t a widow.’ ‘He is my husband and
I’m his wife Bondita.’ I don’t want to listen
to or about Anirudh. His name would… …cheer me up. But now it’s causing me pain. It hurts me a lot. Love is the medicine for the
pain that it causes, dear. His love would be poison for me
and not medicine. Do you want me to die? Anirudh had come to you. You sent him back. He wanted to meet you. I know… …how much he loves you. He will come back. He will continue to come… …until he shares
his feelings with you. I’ll send him back
every time he comes. Why should I
go through this pain alone? He shared love with me, right? Won’t he share the pain with me? Why are you being stubborn? If an injury isn’t treated,
it turns in to a wound! I’ve already been
wounded, right, grandma? And you used to say… …that once a heart gets wounded
it doesn’t heal easily, right? It must heal, right? If loves doesn’t exist anymore… …at least there is
friendship between you. Just because you lost love, do you
want to lose friendship as well? I don’t want friendship, grandma! I want my love! I want my love, grandma! I want love. Mother said that everything
will seem new to me. But I didn’t know
that everything… …will really change. I’ve worked too much. I’m exhausted. Now I’ll sleep. But where should I sleep? I’ll sleep on it. But how will I sleep alone? I’m habituated to
sleeping with Sampoorna. What if the ghosts come
once I sleep alone? Mom! That girl is my responsibility.
Just a responsibility! She won’t be my
wife just because… …of taking the wedding vows… …and taking the oaths. My life will continue… …the way I like. Her entry won’t change my life. There won’t be any change! Mother. Mother. Mother. Mother! Mother. Mother, it’s morning. Come and give me a tight hug. Mother, until you
play with my hair… …I’m unable to wake up. You know this, right? Why are you taking so long,
mother? Mother,
come and give me a tight hug. Where are you, mother? I’m so dumb. Mother is at home. This is my in-laws’ place. She will come after all
the rituals are performed. I will hug her then. Let me tell my husband… …to perform all
the rituals soon. I made the bed wet on the
first day at my in-laws’ place. Mom is not here and
not even Sampoorna. Who will help me? I’ll get scolded a lot. I will be teased a lot. Mother! Anirudh, please open the door. Anirudh. She won’t let me in… …and that wretch
is in the house. Anirudh, I don’t like her at all. You will see, she will do
something wrong. So I teased her by
giving her a fake mango. You can kick her
out of the house. It’s better. Anirudh. Anirudh, please open the door. Mini. Mini! Whom do you wish to meet? As if you don’t know.
– Don’t you know… …you can’t meet her? I know that our meeting… …will be painful. But still I want to meet her. Grandma, please. Please just give me a
chance to meet her once. I want to tell her
why I did so… …and the reason behind it. Grandma, I’m ready to accept… …Mini’s decision then. Grandma,
I have to meet Mini once. I can’t share Mini’s pain… …but I can
definitely reduce it. No! Saudamini doesn’t
wish to meet anybody. It includes you as well. Her father went to Siliguri. And so you dared to come
here and trouble her! I’m still here… …so she will not be hurt. You can come back… …once her father
returns from Siliguri. Go. Grandma. Go. But… How did he know… …that I’ll do something wrong? Aunt said that… …my husband will kick
me out of the house… …if I wet the bed
at my in-law’s place. What should I do now? What if he comes to know? Yes. Let me go to the
river and have a bath… …and wash the clothes as well. Nobody will come to know… …the reason for my wet clothes. But how should I go? That mean boy is standing outside. What if he comes in and notices? He will tell everyone… …that I made the bed wet. But, how will I go out? I have to hide this as well. Let me see once I return
from having a bath. What should I do with it? ‘It seems they are
visiting the river bank.’ ‘I will also go there
and clean my sari.’ Grandma, was Anirudh here? No, he wasn’t. But… …why do I feel that he was here? Why do I smell his scent
in the air of this room? You don’t realize his love… …but you do recognize his scent. How will I not
recognize his scent? Did you forget what you said? You asked Anirudh… …to go back to his wife, right? Did you forget? Why would he come here now? Like this morning… …it’s also a new
beginning in his life. A new couple have a lot
of traditions to follow. Both of them must
be getting ready. ‘I managed to drape the sari.’ ‘But how do I wash this?’ ‘How will I wash this sari… …if it keeps slipping?’ ‘Mother, you told me… …that Goddess Durga will
take care of me in your place.’ ‘I’m unable to wash this sari.’ Bondita! Sampoorna! Sampoorna! So, she’s the new
wife of Anirudh. Why is Roy Chaudhary’s
daughter-in-law bathing at the river? They do have a bathroom
in their mansion. Of course they do. Even the Chaudhary family’s clothes
are sent abroad to get washed. So, why did the daughter-in-law
come to wash clothes in the river? It’s a male dominated world. Whether it’s Roy Chaudhary’s or
someone else’s daughter-in-law… …a woman has to do
the household chores. By the way, there aren’t any women
in the Roy Chaudhary’s family. Their family is full of males. Sampoorna, I wet my bed
in my sleep last night. Since I was alone, I got scared. In order to avoid
getting scolded… …I came to the river bank… …to take a bath without
informing my in-laws. But I’m unable to
wash this sari. Since I’m here,
I will wash your sari. Sampoorna. Are you going to do the
rituals with your husband… …or stand there
hugging your sister? Shall I wash the clothes
and return home? Alright, but come home soon. Why did you let Sampoorna
stay with her sister? We can’t insult the
boss’ daughter-in-law. No, right? Come on. I will wash your sari. What’s the big deal? Mother was right. Goddess Durga will help me. She must be somewhere
else right now. So, she sent you to help me. Now, my in-laws
won’t come to know… …that I wet my bed. Why didn’t you brush your teeth? I forgot, Anirudh. Do you ever forget
to eat your meals? So, how did you forget
to brush your teeth? If you don’t brush your
teeth they will fall out. And the landlords never
pick up fallen things. – What? That’s what father says. Anirudh, a lot of things
happened last night… …so I forgot. Children do make
mistakes, right? Did you forget that you get
punished on making mistakes? You know that I’m very strict
about cleanliness, right? Whether it’s the cleanliness
of oneself or the house… …I don’t compromise on
it, Batuk. Go and clean your teeth,
right away. – Okay. Just as Anirudh doesn’t
compromise with cleanliness… …similarly, I don’t
tolerate compromising with… …with following
customs and traditions. Anirudh is just like me. This means… …you’re nothing like
your father, right? Just answer what you’re asked. Go and check if
Bondita is awake. Who are you talking about? The Lord Governor’s
daughter-in-law. But why will the Lord Governor’s
daughter-in-law… …sleep in our mansion? But the one who… …Anirudh married and
got into this house… …will be sleeping
here, right? Or should I ask him to perform
the post wedding rituals with you? Can you do that with servants? Should I show you? Hold on, Bihari. She is not my wife… …will they still
perform the rituals? Who is she, then? A girl who is my responsibility. Society will not… …think the way you do. She is a child for you. But who is she to you
for everyone else? Your wife! No! I just took on
her responsibility! Will you say this to everyone? Last night… …your father gave
you a last chance. But you never listen to anyone. You’ve lost that chance. Therefore, believe it or not… …she is your wife and
our daughter-in-law. She will perform all the
rituals performed by… …the newly weds… …whether you like it or not. Why are you still here? Wake her up! Whom? The Lord Governor’s daughter
in law, or Anirudh’s wife? Bihari!
– Sir! Will you keep standing here? Go and get ready for the ritual. There is no woman there. They are all men. I don’t know who is who to me. I know who all are
in my in-law’s house. The one who came to call me… …is my mother-in-law. And who was the one with her? She must be her sister. She is a guest, she will
leave in a couple of days. And my husband is there. I know my husband too. Don’t tell anyone. My husband is weird. Uncle, do what you want… …I will not be
a part of any ritual. You know… …I do what I say, Uncle, your orders won’t
make me perform the rituals. Bihari! Did she wake up? I am almost there. Don’t I feel bad? But I wet the bed.
What can I do? You need to be careful, Bondita. It is a matter of a few days. Mother will come to me. I will hold mother’s sari
and sleep. I won’t be scared… …and I won’t even wet my bed. But are you sure your
mother will come here? Why not? Mother told me… …she will be here after
the rituals are over. But until mother comes here… I am here with you, till then. And whenever this happens,
come by the river, okay? I will wash your clothes… …and drape your sari, too! I am coming inside, ma’am. Ms. Bondita. Ms. Bondita. Where did she go? I mean, Ms. Bondita! If I call her Ms. Bondita… …then Anirudh will get angry. Girl… If I call her that,
Mr. Trilochan will slap me. Oh, dear! Ms. Bondita! She isn’t here. Ms. Bondita, are you inside? She isn’t here, either. Who has put… …the pillows here? Anirudh is already angry. If he sees these things here… …then I will be slapped hard! Bihari! Where are you? I’ll be right there, sir! What will you do with the chair
which you had slept on? The stains will dry up… …but they won’t go away. And when it stinks… …everyone will come to know. And if they come to know…
– So what? Then they will send you
packing back home. No! What do I do now, Sampoorna? Go home. Hide the chair… …before anyone can spot it. If I hide the chair… …I won’t get into trouble! Did I not speak beautifully? Chair, trouble! Bondita, forget about rhymes
and hide the chair! Wow, Sampoorna! You are
also rhyming the words! Bondita!
– I get it, Sampoorna! What’s going on? Sir! That girl… I mean, Ms. Bondita
is not in the room. What? Then where did she go? Were you blindfolded? Sir, I promise!
I searched the whole room! She’s not there. Did any of you see
Ms. Bondita going anywhere? No. But check the kitchen, Bihari. She might be eating
in the kitchen like last night. Yes. I want to teach
her a lesson! She thinks, she’s the
owner of the house! I want to pull her hair! But I haven’t seen
her since morning. She is not at home! Where can… …such a little girl go? What did you do? Did you send her off again? Father, I won’t tolerate it
this time. It is we who are tolerating her! I haven’t seen her since you
gave us a lecture last night. She’s neither at home
nor is she outside of it. Where can she go in
this unknown place?