Jijaji Chhat Per Hai – Ep 413 – Full Episode – 5th August, 2019

Jijaji Chhat Per Hai – Ep 413 – Full Episode – 5th August, 2019


Elaichi.
You have no time
for your father.
Come on, Dad.
I will sit with you.
Yes. You are always
so occupied!
Come on now.
– Come.
Listen.
– Yes?
My friend is calling me.
Keep watching.
Yes, Mukesh.
What?
Everything is ruined?
Why is that?
Everything was going well
so far.
Is it all because
of gambling?
Oh, no!
Dear lord!
Gambling is a terrible vice!
Gambling led to the epic battle
of ‘Mahabharata’.
People have gone from riches
to rags because of gambling.
It’s a horrible habit.
It has ruined uncountable lives.
What? Your wife is addicted
to gambling?
Women should stay
far away from this.
Think over how it affects
the house and the kids.
So why play such a game
that only brings ruin?
What?
I am telling you
it destroys everything.
Tell your wife
to stay away from this.
All right?
Listen to me.
Take care.
Bye.
Why don’t people understand?
Gambling only brings
suffering.
It’s like to bring misery
upon yourself.
Am I right, Elaichi?
You are right, Dad.
But once someone gets addicted
it’s very hard to quit.
No. It’s not like that.
If one has a strong will
and makes up his mind
to quit
there’s no addiction
one can’t get rid of!
You are right.
But once the cards are laid,
we long for a game.
There starts the trouble.
How do you know?
I saw it on TV, Dad.
That’s how I know.
Dad, I am scared.
You need not be worried.
Tell me, what bothers you?
Tell me.
I am your father.
I am worried that
you might start gambling
and get addicted!
Promise me that
you will never do so.
Promise me.
Why will I be addicted?
I was simply..
What?
Dad, won’t you make
a promise to me?
I am so worried!
Could it be that you’re
already gambling?
Please, Dad..
For God’s sake.
Fine, I’ll make a promise.
I promise that I’ll
never gamble.
But..
But you must promise me
that you will never gamble
either.
I know how bad it is!
I would never even dream
of gambling!
Okay, I’m going to study now.
Bye.
She was just gambling
and now she doesn’t
like it?
It is nothing.
Is he coming?
How is Elaichi?
Come, Mr. Bansal.
What took you so long?
Yes, Lote.
I got late.
What happened?
Any problem?
What do I say?
It’s too embarrassing
to tell anyone.
You don’t have to tell me.
I can understand.
How can anyone tell others
that his wife beats him!
Are you insane?
That is not it.
It’s a family matter.
Why are you prying?
I am not.
You don’t have to tell me.
You couldn’t possibly admit that
Chatanki hit you.
What are you saying?
He wouldn’t dare. Nonsense!
And don’t interfere
into my family matter!
Focus on the massage.
You may not tell me.
It is a personal matter
You couldn’t possibly
tell me
that your servant blackened
your face while you were asleep.
Stop talking nonsense,
will you?
It is something else.
Make him go away.
Get lost!
I am going.
Tell me.
It so happens that
Elaichi is addicted
to gambling.
Sir, what sort of a man are you?
You wash your dirty linen
in public!
Sir, how did you know
that Elaichi is gambling.
She was gambling
with Tantan this morning.
A businessman’s daughter
is a gambler!
Can you believe it?
I’m doomed!
It’s really sad, Karuna.
You both fight
and your daughter suffers.
It is not my fault.
Murari must have
thought before.
How can I help it?
It’s all Karuna’s fault.
Think about it.
Had Karuna paid
more attention to Elaichi
instead of Chatanki
Elaichi would be reading books
instead of playing cards!
Gambling early morning
is a terrible sign.
How will you make her
quit?
It’s not going to be easy,
Inspector.
This is a result of
Murari’s endless pampering.
He never stops her.
Yes, men have
this horrible habit.
We women look after
the children all day long.
They come for a few hours
acting all nice.
Well Chiddo,
I think
Ms. Karuna is also at fault.
You were at home.
You should have stopped her.
She’s a grown up, we can’t
keep her in confinement.
It’s a father’s duty
to be strict.
It’s okay to not be strict
with children.
But she shouldn’t be
so lenient
that the girl starts doing
as she pleases.
Sir, how did Elaichi
get addicted?
Tantan told me
this morning.
Now imagine, if the word spreads
how embarrassing it’ll be.
It’ll be so embarrassing.
And the worst part is, Murari
knew about it all along.
but he did never
said anything.
This isn’t something
to be hidden.
Mr. Murari should have
told us all.
What are you saying,
Chiddo?
How could he have told her?
They were not talking
to each other at the time.
How could Mr. Murari
have told them?
Stop it.
You blame Karuna
for all this!
She has no fault in this.
It is Mr. Murari’s fault.
You men keep covering up
for each other.
You’re no different.
I have been raised
in Delhi.
Keep saying that.
Sister!
It was fun.
You know everything
that I like.
I am telling you.
It is awesome!
Chatanki.
– Yes, tell me.
If you’ve finished eating,
do me a favour, will you?
Of course! Tell me,
what can I do for you?
Just say it.
Go on.
Go to the terrace
and jump off.
Chatanki, don’t get involved
in unnecessary arguments
and eat to your fill.
This is your sister’s house.
You’re not homeless!
You started fighting again.
Let me eat in peace,
at least!
Listen to me.
Eat the cottage cheese quickly
before the vulture
takes it all.
I am done.
I’m too full with all
the arguing.
I’m going to sleep at
Sunita’s house. Enough of this.
Pancham!
Throw the rope.
Now!
The rope.
Throw it down.
Lower it.
Pull me up!
Why did she go
to Sunita’s house?
Sunita always sleeps
over here.
Elaichi.
Are you hurt?
– No.
Is your foot all right?
– Yes.
Hi!
Listen, Sunita is here.
So, dad may come up any time.
Let us start, okay.
Sunita,
what are you doing here?
I was here to ask you
if you all are done with dinner?
Of course. What else are we
to do at dinner time?
So funny!
Time for a selfie.
Has Elaichi eaten?
Why wouldn’t she?
She is not fasting!
Sunita, she has eaten.
I don’t see her here.
She must be in her room,
waiting for me.
I’ll go in and sleep.
Listen to me.
She isn’t in there. She’s gone
to your house to sleep.
At my house?
– Yes.
I just came from home,
she didn’t come there.
She didn’t?
Where could she have gone?
Elaichi, I’m so thankful to you.
We have been drinking
local for a while now.
Time to try some
English ale..
What is this?
You have kept tea
in the wine glass?
We are tricking dad
and not us.
Drinking is not a good habit.
Are you insane?
What do you think? That
I am here to drink with Elaichi?
We are here to work.
Please stop.
Shall we begin with the plan
now? – Okay
Now laugh.
Sounds like Elaichi.
What is she doing up there?
Go and ask her.
Let me eat.
Cheers!
– Cheers!
Elaichi, you see
alcohol
is not good for health.
It is a bad thing.
Drinking is a bad thing
if you drink
on an empty stomach.
Then you get this weird feeling
in the stomach.
And that’s why I’ve got
some snacks.
Look.
Ms. Elaichi, what happened
to you?
Why have you started drinking?
Ms. Pintu!
When there is a crisis in life
in order to deal with it
one has to rely
on something.
For me, it’s alcohol.
Yes, truly said.
Don’t you worry, Elaichi.
I’m sure you’ll clear
your 12th grade final exams.
What is it?
What?
I am not worried
about exams!
Something else is
bothering me!
Would you like to
try some?
What?
Without soda..
I only drink soda.
I never touch alcohol.
Okay.
Pancham, cheers!
To my worries!
Cheers! Where’s she?
Please stop now.
You’re both sloshed.
You’ve got to stop.
I want to go
and twist her ears!
But I must find out first
what’s troubling her!
Why is my daughter
doing this?
Why is this moron drinking
with my daughter!
I will teach him
a lesson!
Pancham.
I guess we’ve hit
the bull’s eye.
Do you think so?
Yes!
Sunita is not here yet!
I feel like eating some
piping hot ‘Jalebi’!
She isn’t here yet.
This is the problem
with women.
First, they make promises
and then..
Ms. Pintu,
where have you been?
I have been
so worried for you.
What happened,
Mr. Sonpal?
Why are you so worked up?
No. You see
I’ve been flipping through
that old album again
and I saw another picture
of Sunita’s mother.
And in that image
she was trying
to pacify me.
That’s good, at least she didn’t
throw stuff at your head.
You are right.
She was tired of throwing
things at me.
So she lovingly
slapped me on my face.
Was Sunita’s mother
a wrestler?
No, after a fight
she would pacify me
very lovingly.
Ms. Pintu,
I want you to fight with me
and don’t forget
to slap me after that.
This is the best chance to
relive the memories of my wife.
Why do you have to steal
undergarments
from the neighbours?
And I simply hate it
when you steal slippers
from outside the temple
and sell them!
Have you no shame?
You thief!
See how dad reacts to what he
saw last night.
Speak to him, okay?
– Yes.
All the best.
Greetings, sir.
– Get down here!
Sir!
– How dare you?
You moron!
– Sir, it’s Pancham!
Watch what I do to you now.
Sir! What have I done?
How dare you?
You dare give alcohol
to my daughter
in my own house!
I have named my daughter
Elaichi! So pure!
And you turned her
into a drunkard!
Why did you do so?
Why? – Get off me.
Get off!
I’m sorry.
I’m so sorry, sir.
You did not hear me out.
You started hitting me without
hearing me out.
Sir, please hear me out.
I’ll tell you
what exactly happened.
Do you remember,
that you sent me
to Mr. Sharma’s shop
to bring silver wire?
Yes.
And just as I reached
the street
I saw Ms. Elaichi drinking
with Sanju and Lalit.
I was shocked.
I was devastated.
It seemed as if
the world had come to an end.
And as I got
to my senses
I saw her tottering around,
bottle in hand.
Why didn’t you bury Lalit
right there?
Sir, I could have
buried Lalit
but you know
how stubborn Ms. Elaichi is!
She would have
dug him out.
I tried telling her
that she shouldn’t drink
as it’s a harmful habit
but she never paid
any heed to me.
What then?
What else?
I had to turn into a drunkard.
And you see, I tried to
understand Elaichi’s psyche.
and find out
why she’d developed vices
such as drinking
and gambling.
Why she was bringing
shame to her parents!
She told me all of it.
She told me that she
can’t see her parents fighting
and she is
extremely upset
and hurt because of that.
I tried to convince her
that in time
it’ll all get sorted
but she started crying.
She said being drunk
makes her forget
that her parents fight.
That is what she said.
Oh, God!
Elaichi has started drinking?
I’m doomed!

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