Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah – तारक मेहता – Ep 2274 – 22nd August, 2017

Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah – तारक मेहता – Ep 2274 – 22nd August, 2017

August 4, 2019 100 By William Morgan


“Those who revere You”
“have a fire in their eyes.”
“They do not care about
the consequences”
“when they have You
by their side.”
“The land, the skies,
and the stars bless You.”
“Fear fears the one”
“who is protected by
Your shadow.”
“Lord Ganesha..”
‘What should I write
my article on?’
‘I don’t understand.’
‘It doesn’t take long to write
an article’
‘but it takes so long to decide
what to write on.’
‘I never get ideas
when I need them.’
‘Oh, friendship!
Let me write on friendship.’
‘Yes, that would be ideal.’
‘I’ll write on friendship
keeping Jethalaal in mind.’
‘Friend.
My best friend.’
‘Who is a friend?’
‘A friend is a companion who is
not born in your family’
‘but is still always
with you.’
‘You can share everything with
each other.’
‘I have only one best friend,
and that’s Jethalaal.’
‘Jethalaal is unique.’
‘He is mischievous,’
‘but he always makes
everyone laugh.’
‘He certainly invites trouble’
‘but he makes not just me, but
the whole of Gokuldham laugh’
‘He walks in and leaves
whenever he feels like.’
‘Anyway, however he may be’
‘he is my best friend,
after all.’
‘That’s how a best friend is.’
– What!
Which best friend
are you talking about?
You’ll have a long life,
Jethalaal.
I was thinking of you.
You are my only best friend
in the world.
Yes, that’s fine.
– Come, have a seat.
What have you got?
Just as I am your only
best friend
even I have only one best friend
in the world and that’s you.
I’ve got this
especially for you.
That’s nice, Jethalaal.
But what is this, buddy?
Buddy?
– Since you’re my best friend.
Oh! Buddy for best friend!
Wow!
That was a nice one!
This contains special
‘Gathiya’ from Bhavnagar
Nylon ‘Gathiya’ and ‘Papdi’.
Now that’s more like it, buddy!
My tummy is pleased
to hear that!
You had mentioned that
Ms. Anjali
wouldn’t be at home today.
So, I thought of taking
advantage of the situation
and offering some delicacies
to my best friend
so that he can be content
in life.
Now that’s like it, buddy.
Let me get plates.
I just can’t resist these.
– Go, get them. – Right away.
Here you are.
– Yes, go ahead. – I will..
Try the Nylon ‘Gathiya’.
Nylon! This one is nice too.
– I know.
Nylon ‘Gathiya’.
– This is the best one.
It’s amazing.
– Wonderful! It’s great!
Where did you get these from?
I didn’t get them.
Someone got them for me.
A friend of mine, Mr. Ashok,
lives in Bhavnagar.
He often sends all this to me
as a friendly gesture.
Wow! Wonderful!
Thank him on my behalf.
This is delicious. – Absolutely.
So, tell me, when is everyone
coming back from Pune?
I spoke to dad
in the afternoon.
He said that they’ve paid
homage already.
They’ll leave in some time.
I think they should be here
any minute now.
They’ll come.
Don’t worry.
I know there’s nothing to worry.
They’ll come.
But Bhide is with them too.
Mr. Worrisome. – Oh!
He worries for no reason.
There’s Tapu with them too.
So, I just hope that
they get back to Mumbai
without any problems.
They’ll be back safe
and sound, Jethalaal.
They’ve gone to pay homage
to Lord Ganesha.
I’m sure Lord Ganesha
will protect them.
Come on, hail..
– Lord Ganesha!
‘Oh, Ms. Babita!’
‘Wow! I got to see’
‘Ms. Babita
in the balcony after long.’
Good morning, Ms. Babita!
– Hi! Good morning, Mr. Jetha!
How are you?
– I’m fine. How are you?
I’m great.
The weather is so pleasant,
isn’t it?
Yes, this is how the weather is
in monsoons. – True.
How can someone go to work
in such a weather?
Yes. It seems you don’t feel
like going to the store today.
I don’t feel like it,
but I’ll have to go.
Work is worship, after all.
– Yes, of course.
Hey, that reminds me,
I wanted to talk to you.
Yes, go ahead.
I wanted to have a word
with you. – Please go ahead.
Darn!
I can’t recollect.
There’s no hurry.
Take your time
and try to recollect.
I’m right here.
I won’t budge until you
recollect. Take your time.
Darn!
I’ve completely forgotten.
Was it regarding your phone?
– No.
So, your memory card
or charger? – No..
So, any electronic item?
– Oh, no.
Did you want to buy something
for Mr. Aiyar? – Right!
I wanted to say something
about Aiyar.
About Mr. Aiyar?
What did he do?
No, he didn’t do anything.
– Okay.
Actually, Aiyar told me
about this long ago
but I forgot to tell you.
– What? What is it, Ms. Babita?
Tell me quickly.
You remember, you got
a sweet once.
I think it was made of coconut.
‘Kopra Pak’?
– Yes, right, exactly.
Okay, what about that?
That’s available at
a confectioner
near your store, right?
– Yes, that’s his speciality.
That’s why I got it.
– Okay.
Actually, Aiyar really liked it.
So, if you could please..
– Oh, Ms. Babita!
You don’t have to request me.
Just order me.
I’ll get around five kilos
for you. Okay?
No, not that much.
Just a little bit.
Tell me what I can get
for you.
No, I don’t want anything.
Thank you so much.
If I need anything,
I’ll let you know.
I’ll call you up.
You’re not too far, aren’t you?
You’re absolutely right,
Ms. Babita.
I’m not too far from you.
Just think of me
and I’ll be in front of you.
I will do that.
Thank you so much.
Okay, bye.
Have a good day! – Okay!
“The weather seems..”
“Romantic!”
“The weather seems”
“romantic today.”
“The weather..”
I’m sorry, Dad!
I-I’m sorry!
Have a seat, Dad. Sit..
I’m sorry..
I’m sorry.. Wait,
let me check, Dad.
What will you check!
Get lost!
Why were you playing
with the urn!
Was it a ball that you were
playing with it? – N-No, Dad..
Then why were you
playing with it?
Well..
– What!
What did you see in the balcony
after which you felt like
playing with the urn?
Well, Dad.. The weather
is pleasant outside..
Does that mean you should
play with the urn?
No, I mean.. – The weather
is pleasant? – Yes, Dad.
Then why were you calling it
romantic?
Answer me.
I’m sorry.
People get romantic,
the weather doesn’t.
Don’t you dare call
the weather romantic again!
No, never. I’ll never do that.
I’m sorry..
Daya!
– Coming.
I don’t want tea now.
You don’t want tea?
No, I want to.
– Then?
Get the ointment, quick.
Ointment!
Oh, dear God!
Who’s hurt?
– Dad.
Father-in-law!
How did he get hurt?
Well, I just offered water
to the Sun God.
So, the urn slipped from my
hands and fell on dad’s foot.
How did the urn just slip?
I’ll explain everything
in detail later.
Get the ointment for now, Daya.
– Yes, I’ll get it.
No, wait, dear.
I don’t need the ointment.
Please apply some, Dad.
Your pain will get better.
You idiot! An ointment is
applied on a wound.
This is a sprain.
It’s a sprain, Daya!
How can we apply
the ointment on it?
Get the spray.
– Okay.
Let it be, dear. I don’t need
the spray. I’m all right.
Dad, this is a new one.
I got it just last week.
It won’t burn.
I’m fine, Jetha.
I’m all right.
You go.
Go to the store.
Wait. Walk and show me first.
I said, nothing’s wrong with me.
I’m fine.
Why are you making this
an issue?
Dear, give him some tea
so that he can drink tea quickly
and go to the shop.
– Yes, Father-in-law.
No, Daya. I don’t want tea.
– Why not?
What do you mean, Daya? Dad
got hurt because of me, and..
You want me to have tea?
How can I have tea?
I’m all right, Jetha!
Have a look.. I’m fine!
Wait a minute, Dad.
Can you walk again?
I should leave. – No, Dad.
I’m going to the store.
You be seated.
You idiot! I’m not going
to the store.
I’m going to my room.
– Oh.
Did you have tea?
Yes!
He is hurt. He is a little hurt.
– Yes.
He is furious right now.
When he calms down,
give him the spray, okay?
Yes, don’t worry.
I’ll give it to him.
Okay.
– Go on. – What do you mean?
You’re going to the store,
aren’t you?
Won’t you offer me tea?
– What!
You said a while ago that
father-in-law got hurt
because of you, and hence,
you don’t feel like having tea.
But, dad just said
in front of you..
Didn’t you see?
He said, he’s fine.
He’s not hurt.
– So, you want to have tea?
Yes!
Okay, I’ll get it.
How does it matter?
He keeps changing his mind.
What can I do about it?
Why does he treat me
like that?
Yes, tell me, Bhide.
Good morning,
Jethalaal. – Good morning.
Why did he hang up?
Yes, tell me.
– Why did you hang up?
You wished me good morning
and I reciprocated.
I didn’t call to greet you only.
– So?
I have some work.
Do your work, then.
Call later.
Hey, Jethalaal.
Don’t hang up this time.
Didn’t you get your
morning tea yet?
No.
– That’s the reason.
Tell me, what’s the matter?
I bought a TV remote
from you, and it’s not working.
How would it work?
– What do you mean?
It’s not human
to go to work.
Oh! I’ll tell you
what. Have your
tea first. We’ll talk later.
I’m sorry. Did you check the
batteries? – I don’t have to.
I’ve just put new batteries
in it.
Sometimes when the batteries
don’t fit properly in it
it doesn’t work.
Just check again.
Really?
Hold on a minute.
Yes.. The batteries were loose.
It’s working now.
Thank you.
– I knew it.
Anything else?
– Yes, there’s another thing.
Tell me. – Quickly have tea.
You’ll be charged up too.
Okay.
– Okay, bye.
The newspaper bill
is Rs. 340!
Right. It’s for two months.
I was wondering..
Listen.
Listen, hear me out.
Listen..
This bill is Rs. 780.
– Listen to me first.
Here it is.
– Listen.
The electricity bill
is Rs. 1280!
He won’t listen.
Cockroach! Cockroach!
– Where! Where!
It’s gone..
You scared me on purpose,
didn’t you?
You weren’t listening.
So, I took the cockroach’s help
to approach you.
Oh! I was checking
the accounts, Madhavi.
Couldn’t you stop it
for a minute?
Couldn’t you have waited
for a minute?
Are the accounts more important
than me?
But what if there was
a mistake in the accounts?
All right, then. You check
the accounts. I’m going.
Okay, tell me what it is.
– No, I don’t want to tell.
You check the accounts.
– Rat! Rat! – Where! Where!
It’s gone to meet
the cockroach.
Did you have fun?
Tell me what it is.
I need Rs. 6000.
– 6000!
Listen, I asked for 6000,
not 600000.
But Madhavi, 6000 means..
– Three notes of 2000
12 notes of 500,
60 notes of 100
or 120 notes of 50.
Ms. Mathematician, I know
how to calculate.
Really? Great!
Then give me whatever’s
available with you.
Really? What happened to the
money that I gave you last week?
It got spent.
– What?
Yes, you need money for
groceries, clothes
and the other requirements of
the household. It got spent.
So, what do you need
the money for now?
‘He knows, yet he’ll ask.’
I want to shop.
You want to shop!
Wow! And where do you want
to go to shop?
To the mall.
– To the mall!
Madhavi, everything’s so
expensive in the mall.
Everything’s overpriced.
But everyone goes to malls
to shop.
Madhavi, in our times
people would believe in
street-shopping.
Because there were no malls
at your times.
Give me Rs. 6000.
Ms. Madhavi, do I have
the permission to ask
what you need this money for?
I can’t name just one.
I have a list.
Groceries, spices for pickles,
ingredients for papadums..
There are a lot of things
to be bought.
So, you should have told me
that earlier.
I thought you wanted it
for yourself.
You wanted to shop!
What is the other word
for ‘buying’, teacher?
Shopping.
That’s what I said.
Okay, fine. I got it.
Here.
One, two, three. – Okay.
– Rs. 6000.
You handle the society expenses
while I handle
the household expenses.
As they say, one must do
what suits them.
If someone else attempts it,
he fails. – Perfect thought!
That reminds me, I didn’t write
the thought of the day
on the board.
Let me go and write that
on the board first
and then check the accounts.
Take care of this.
I’ll be back.
So much money!
Can I take 10,000?
Give it to me.
– Give me my 6000 at least!
I was just joking.
Gokuldham Society looks so
beautiful and clean.
May no one cast
an evil eye upon it!
Wow!
Hey!
Look at that!
Hey, crow!
Don’t you have any sense?
You’re messing
our society up!
I just said how beautiful
and clean our society is.
You cast your evil eye!
I agree that you want to build
your nest
but why are you
messing up our home?
The cleanliness drive is on.
Don’t you understand?
Bhide.
What’s the matter?
Are you all right?
Should I check you up?
– No, I’m fine. Why?
Who were you talking to?
– To the crow.
Then I must examine you.
No, actually, I was just seeing
how beautiful and clean
our society is.
Right then,
the crow dropped this.
So, I was just telling the crow
that the cleanliness
drive is on.
Bhide, the crow doesn’t attend
your tuitions.
Or else, it would have known.
I’m joking.
Where are you headed
so early in the morning?
I’m going to write
the thought of the day.
Can I write that today?
I mean,
if I have your permission.
Okay. I, Aatmaram Tukaram Bhide
the one and only secretary of
Gokuldham Society
allow you to write
the thought of the day.
Thank you, Bhide..
– Come. – Yes, come.
Is this a thought?
– Yes.
‘Eat, drink, have fun.’
‘Have hot ‘Samosas’ and share
with the others too.’
Wow, Bhide!
That’s a great thought!
I think this one is
the best
thought of the year!
I wrote that.
– You did? – Yes.
Really?
Bhide!
Have you resigned from your post
as the secretary?
No..
You see, Mr. Hathi met me
a while ago
and insisted on writing
the thought of the day.
So, I allowed him to.
Okay, you allowed him to!
Mr. Hathi, you got lucky today.
Bhide doesn’t even allow anyone
to touch the chalk.
And he allowed you to write
the thought of the day!
Thank you, Bhide.
I knew that Bhide could never
write such a great thought.
Why not?
Aren’t my thoughts good enough?
– No, they are all right.
They are good sometimes.
But your thoughts
are very serious.
They are message-oriented.
They are no fun.
Life should be fun, Bhide.
– That’s true.
Popatlaal, the thought of the
day is meant to give out
a message and lesson.
What did you learn from
this thought?
‘Samosas’!
‘Eat, drink, have fun.’
‘Have hot ‘Samosas’
and share
with the others too.’
Wow, Mr. Hathi!
That’s great!
Hello! Good morning!
Happy morning!
Beautiful morning!
What a great morning!
Good morning, Sodhi.
What’s the matter?
You’re all having ‘Samosas’
early in the morning.
Yes, have some.
– Absolutely, I’ll have a bite.
Good morning!
Have one.
Wow, Mr. Hathi!
Delicious!
This was fun!
– The ‘Samosa’ is delicious!
Wow!
Friends, this is what’s good
about Gokuldham.
There’s friendship,
healthy arguments, tiffs
problems, but at the same time,
celebrations as well.
There’s laughter, singing,
getting upset, pacifying
but for you,
it’s a laughter riot.
So, to find out what else
happens in ‘Gokuldham’
keep watching ‘Taarak Mehta
Ka Ooltah Chashmah’.
Keep watching.
Keep smiling.