- 1. late last night.
I didn't hear the alarm go off. Sorry.
- 2. It you're running late, take a taxi.
- 3. I'm listening.
- 4. Get a taxi. I'll pay for it.
- 5. - I'll see you tonight.
- Do you promise?
- 6. Yes. Send me the address
when you get there.
- 7. Okay.
- 8. What are you wearing? Send me a photo.
- 9. Come see for yourself.
- 10. - I'll be waiting.
- I'll be there.
- 11. I'm Sameera.
- 12. Nurse Mamta sent me in her place.
- 13. She told me where to find the key,
so I could let myself in.
- 14. If you need anything, let me know.
- 15. Yes, Mamta, ma'am...
- 16. - Are you there?
- I'm in her room.
- 17. There must be a grey file somewhere.
- 18. - Can you see it?
- 19. Browse through the patient's history.
- 20. She has dementia, memory lapses,
type 2 diabetes...
- 21. It's all in the file.
- 22. - I was told she had a stroke.
- She had a stroke two years ago.
- 23. Her left side
has been paralyzed ever since.
- 24. Her medication is marked.
It's on the table.
- 25. Check it.
- 26. - On the table where the TV is?
- 27. Keep checking her sugar levels.
- 28. She needs insulin
half an hour before she eats.
- 29. - Where's the insulin?
- Check inside the small fridge.
- 30. Give her 60 ml of water
every half an hour,
- 31. or she'll get a urinary tract infection.
- 32. Wasn't her urine bag changed?
- 33. Her son was supposed to be there
for the last two days.
- 34. He probably didn't change
her diaper either.
- 35. - Is he still there?
- No. I haven't met him.
- 36. He told me he could only stay
for the weekend.
- 37. The patient keeps drifting
in and out of consciousness,
- 38. so she keeps blabbering the same thing.
- 39. Let her ramble on. Just do your work.
- 40. Okay?
- 41. - Okay.
- See you.
- 42. I'm pricking your finger.
- 43. Aunty,
- 44. aren't you eating properly?
- 45. Your blood sugar level has dropped.
- 46. Shall I make you something to eat?
- 47. My son is sleeping. You'll wake him.
- 48. Why are you looking at me like that?
- 49. Someone's at the door, Mamta.
- 50. I'm not Mamta. I'm Sameera.
- 51. There's no one at the door.
- 52. Your son?
- 53. He's already left, Aunty.
- 54. That's why I'm here.
- 55. Someone's at the door.
- 56. Aunty! What happened?
- 57. How did you fall?
- 58. I didn't fall.
- 59. Where were you trying to go?
- 60. There's no need to jump out of bed.
- 61. If you need something, call me.
- 62. Hold on to that.
- 63. If something goes wrong,
I'll be held responsible.
- 64. Let me see. Are you hurt?
- 65. And the other hand?
- 66. This address will take you
through my heart and straight to heaven.
- 67. Here's my plan...
- 68. I'll be racing over.
I'll be there in an hour.
- 69. Sorry, honey. It's not looking good today.
- 70. I'll have to stay home.
- 71. I'll call you tomorrow.
- 72. Who's there?
- 73. How did you sit up?
- 74. Call my son.
- 75. I don't have his number.
- 76. He's at home. He's hiding.
- 77. His friends are coming over
for lunch tomorrow.
- 78. Do you know how to make
Kashmiri pulao, Mamta?
- 79. And caramel custard...
- 80. in the big dish.
- 81. There wasn't enough
the last time, remember?
- 82. Yes,
- 83. I remember.
- 84. It's time to rest now.
- 85. You have guests coming tomorrow.
- 86. Come on.
- 87. Be careful.
- 88. Bathe me in the bathroom today, Mamta.
- 89. Why? What's up?
- 90. I want a proper bath today.
- 91. This is a proper bath.
- 92. How are you?
- 93. - Did you sleep well last night?
- I'm working.
- 94. Listen...
- 95. What is it?
- 96. - Had breakfast?
- Why do you care?
- 97. Don't get mad. I was stuck.
- 98. Why? Were your feet glued to the ground?
- 99. You know how it is.
- 100. No, I don't. Explain it to me. In detail.
- 101. - Now—
- What's the matter now?
- 102. Say it. Say, "I had to stay with my wife!"
- 103. Baby, we're almost there.
We just need a little more time.
- 104. Wait a little—
- 105. "A little"?
Two years have already gone by, Guddu.
- 106. How long must I wait?
- 107. Set a date now!
- 108. There you go again.
- 109. Forget about that.
- 110. When will my life start?
- 111. Time is flying by,
and I'm cleaning up shit and piss.
- 112. As if your work is my fault...
- 113. If you'd showed up last night,
I wouldn't be saying all this.
- 114. - You are the only thing on my mind.
- Then why are you stuck somewhere else?
- 115. Forget about all that.
I'll take you to Khandala.
- 116. Sure, let's go to Khandala.
- 117. I'm just good for "room service"
in your eyes.
- 118. Hey,
- 119. don't talk like a whore.
- 120. You sound so cheap.
- 121. I know what you're going through.
I'm sharp in that way.
- 122. Put yourself in my shoes.
- 123. Have I gone anywhere
in these past two years?
- 124. My family is nagging me
to have another child.
- 125. Am I a machine?
- 126. It's not that easy, Sameera.
- 127. This isn't just a fling for me.
- 128. Give me a year.
- 129. Then we can spend
our entire lives together.
- 130. Can we be together tonight?
- 131. Let me check.
- 132. I'll let you know.
- 133. There's no staff here.
- 134. I'll put Aunty to sleep.
- 135. Of course, you're an expert at that.
- 136. The room here is better
than any hotel room in Khandala.
- 137. You're killing me.
- 138. So, come, then.
- 139. I will. See you.
- 140. Don't ditch me.
- 141. No way, honey.
- 142. I'll be waiting.
- 143. Who are you waiting for, Sameera?
- 144. So, you know my name?
- 145. I had a brooch just like this one.
- 146. I was young once, too.
- 147. I used to get many gifts.
But it doesn't matter anymore.
- 148. All the things I once valued
are lying in a corner, unloved.
- 149. It's easy to say that
when you have everything.
- 150. Don't you have everything?
- 151. I was abandoned
at the Mysore railway station...
- 152. wrapped in a rag.
- 153. I grew up in an orphanage.
- 154. I had nothing then,
and I have nothing now.
- 155. You're breathing, aren't you?
- 156. Your limbs work, don't they?
- 157. The world is your oyster,
as long as you have life.
- 158. - If I had any life left in me, I would—
- What would you do?
- 159. I would not wait.
- 160. Yes?
- 161. Someone's at the door.
- 162. Why did you come so early?
- 163. Will you complain about that, too?
- 164. She's still awake.
Turn your cellphone off.
- 165. Let me put her to sleep.
- 166. What's that stench?
- 167. That's my life.
- 168. Is Armaan here?
- 169. No, Aunty. It was the neighbor's kids
playing pranks again.
- 170. Remember, Armaan came and left already.
- 171. You had lunch with him.
- 172. Kashmiri pulao and caramel custard.
- 173. Remember?
- 174. His friends were here, too.
- 175. Right?
- 176. Just imagine,
- 177. if we had a house like this...
- 178. A house is all you dream about.
- 179. I told you I would buy you a house.
- 180. So, I will.
- 181. Did you hear that?
- 182. - What was that?
- You heard it, too, right?
- 183. Last night,
it felt like someone was outside.
- 184. How do you stay here?
- 185. I slept with the lights on.
What else could I do?
- 186. Are you scared?
- 187. Is that why you forced me to come?
- 188. Did I force you?
- 189. - I'm kidding.
- Did I force you?
- 190. I'm kidding.
- 191. Come here.
- 192. One moment.
- 193. Yes?
- 194. I'm at the warehouse.
- 195. I'm coming. I told you I can't multi-task.
- 196. One moment.
- 197. How's Billu doing?
- 198. What the fuck's going on?
- 199. - She's awake.
- 200. Who wakes up like that?
- 201. - Let me check. You stay here.
- Are you crazy?
- 202. Let's get out of here. Let's go.
- 203. Are you scared?
- 204. No. My mood's shot.
- 205. My mood's shot.
- 206. Guddu, she can't even move.
- 207. There's something weird about this house.
Don't stay here.
- 208. I have to. I work here.
They will fire me otherwise.
- 209. I can't just abandon a patient.
- 210. Stay with me tonight.
- 211. No chance!
- 212. Guddu, please don't leave me alone here.
- 213. I'll tell you what...
- 214. Sleep with the lights on.
- 215. Keep your phone near you.
- 216. Call me if there's a problem, alright?
- 217. What are you doing?
- 218. Aunty, what is this?
- 219. - I was asleep.
- You were not asleep!
- 220. Aunty, please don't shout.
- 221. You'll wake up the whole apartment block.
- 222. Shouting won't help.
- 223. Your son left two days ago.
- 224. Do you think I'm a fool, you bitch?
- 225. I heard him outside.
- 226. There's no one outside.
- 227. - Please, there's no—
- Go to the kitchen!
- 228. He likes to hide.
- 229. Please, Aunty. You need to sleep.
- 230. Please have your medicine.
- 231. Where should I go?
- 232. Look for him in the kitchen.
- 233. Come on out, my son.
- 234. If I go and look for him,
you must take your medication, okay?
- 235. - I'll get you some water.
- He likes to hide in the kitchen.
- 236. - I'm going to the kitchen.
- 237. If I don't find him,
you must take your medication, okay?
- 238. I'm going to the kitchen.
- 239. Please leave. Take the child with you.
- 240. Please go.
- 241. Tell me, constable.
- 242. She's been dead for three days.
- 243. She must have dragged herself
to the kitchen, in search of food.
- 244. When the nurse arrived today,
- 245. she found the body.
- 246. - Have you taken her statement?
- She isn't talking.
- 247. Must be in shock.
- 248. - Does the old lady have any family?
- A son.
- 249. We've contacted him.
- 250. The asshole was supposed to have come
five days ago. He didn't show up.
- 251. He didn't turn up?
- 252. So, he let his mother die alone?
- 253. Yes. She died alone.
- 254. Drink your milk.
- 255. - I hope he wasn't any trouble.
- He's never any trouble.
- 256. - When did he fall asleep?
- About three hours ago.
- 257. Dad...
- 258. will Auntie Neha stop loving me
- 259. when she has a baby?
- 260. Don't be silly.
- 261. She will always love you.
- 262. - Are you sure?
- Yes, I'm sure.
- 263. Now, sleep.
- 264. - I can't carry you anymore.
- But you carried me yesterday.
- 265. Now that the baby is growing...
- 266. the doctor says that I can't.
- 267. Come on.
- 268. You go on. I'll be there in a minute.
- 269. Are you feeling cold?
- 270. Hmm?
- 271. My darling child.
- 272. What is this?
- 273. Why didn't you finish it?
- 274. Open your mouth.
- 275. Open your mouth.
- 276. Quickly.
- 277. Open your mouth.
- 278. Good girl.
- 279. Water.
- 280. Water.
- 281. It's fine now.
- 282. What's fine?
- 283. There was a sharp pain in my belly.
But it's fine now.
- 284. What happened, Auntie Neha?
- 285. Why aren't you asleep?
- 286. I was just looking at you.
- 287. Why?
- 288. Dad says you look just like Mom.
- 289. My darling child.
- 290. That's for your uncle and this is for you.
- 291. Dad.
- 292. What are baby birds called?
- 293. Baby birds...
- 294. Chick.
- 295. - Chick?
- 296. What do they eat?
- 297. Chicks eat...
- 298. worms.
- 299. Yeah.
- 300. - Auntie Neha?
- What's up?
- 301. Is there a chick inside?
- 302. Why did you take the egg?
- 303. - Can I see it?
- 304. The egg hatches on its own.
Then the chick emerges.
- 305. If you break it, the chick will die.
- 306. You never touch a bird's eggs.
- 307. Is he asleep?
- 308. No. He's watching TV.
- 309. Let's go, Ansh.
- 310. If you're running late,
he can sleep over here.
- 311. You don't live here alone, you know.
- 312. His bag...
- 313. Bye, Auntie Neha. Good night.
- 314. Put your seatbelt on.
- 315. Sorry means nothing.
- 316. This will happen to you one day, Neha.
- 317. Someone will take your child
away from you.
- 318. You'll never be a mother.
- 319. I've told you so many times
not to touch the birds' eggs.
- 320. If you touch them, the birds abandon them.
- 321. But you just won't listen.
- 322. That's the third time now.
- 323. What if someone did this to you?
- 324. I only looked at it. Then I put it back.
- 325. Auntie Neha!
- 326. Auntie Neha!
- 327. Auntie Neha?
- 328. Now Auntie Neha will only love Ansh.
- 329. Ansh, are you still awake?
- 330. The train was four hours late.
- 331. The auto driver dropped me
four kilometers away.
- 332. He said it's a ten-minute walk
- 333. I've been tramping along for half an hour.
- 334. Just a moment.
- 335. This job will kill me.
- 336. How are the kids?
- 337. Give her a massage.
- 338. - Son, is this Smalltown?
- Turn off the light if you want to live.
- 339. If you see something, do not move.
- 340. When I tell you to run, run.
- 341. Run!
- 342. Come in!
- 343. He's come with the rescue party!
- 344. Whom have you brought home, you idiot?
- 345. He talks.
- 346. They keep changing every day.
- 347. If he was one of them,
would I still be standing?
- 348. Hey!
- 349. - Let's go!
- Where to?
- 350. Where is your rescue party?
- 351. - What rescue—
- Didn't you meet my cousin Chunkey?
- 352. Who is Chunkey? Who—
- 353. Why are you shushing me?
- 354. What's going on?
- 355. The power is out, there are no people...
- 356. They drop you off four kilometers away.
- 357. No cell service!
- 358. What's going on?
- 359. Call your elders.
- 360. Go on. Call your father.
- 361. Now, he's going to die, too.
- 362. Put it away, child.
- 363. Okay?
- 364. You'll hurt someone.
- 365. Where's your father?
- 366. You'd better not meet her father.
- 367. Then take me to your dad, son.
- 368. They ate his father.
- 369. Kid...
- 370. that's no way to speak of your elders.
- 371. Is it?
- 372. It's true. He got eaten.
- 373. "Ate him"?
- 374. Who ate him?
- 375. Her father.
- 376. Move!
- 377. - I need to meet an adult.
- There's no one left.
- 378. Let me go, child!
- 379. Please, child.
- 380. Please, child.
- 381. Dad.
- 382. Was that your father's voice?
- 383. He's hungry.
- 384. What's the point of screaming now?
- 385. They ate up all of Smalltown.
- 386. "Ate up all of Smalltown"?
- 387. I'm the last one left alive.
- 388. We are the last two left alive.
- 389. Chunkey was around till yesterday. But...
- 390. He left.
- 391. He went to the highway
to bring the police.
- 392. I told him not to go. But he went anyway.
- 393. He thought Chunkey sent you to rescue us.
- 394. But you can't.
- 395. What is he saying about your father?
- 396. That he ate up everyone in Smalltown?
- 397. - He never tells the whole story.
- Who started it?
- 398. Who started it?
- 399. Her father ate someone first.
- 400. Then...
- 401. the Bigtown police chief, then her uncles,
- 402. and then all of Bigtown joined in.
- 403. Then the Bigtown people
developed a taste for us.
- 404. Bigtown? Where the train dropped me?
- 405. Where else?
- 406. Bigtown is where you get off
- 407. Smalltown is part of Bigtown.
- 408. How is that possible?
- 409. Don't you come to Bigtown
to finish school?
- 410. Where else would we go?
- 411. Aren't you folks born at Bigtown hospital?
- 412. Yes, because we don't
have a hospital here.
- 413. Shut your mouth.
- 414. Shut up!
- 415. The milk is two days old. It's a bit off.
- 416. If you've been here for weeks,
how did you get the milk?
- 417. There's a cow shed out back.
- 418. He does the milking
when he gets the chance.
- 419. Don't they eat the cattle?
- 420. - The Bigtowners?
- Yes, them.
- 421. They prefer the flesh of the Smalltowners.
- 422. Why don't they eat him...
- 423. when he goes to get the milk?
- 424. He's hard to catch.
- 425. You feel less hungry if you do this.
- 426. How do they eat people?
- 427. Like that.
- 428. Uncle, I'm going to go get milk.
- 429. Don't be afraid.
- 430. Just remember this...
- 431. If you move, they can see you.
- 432. - If you speak, they can see you.
- 433. All of us will go outside together, now.
- 434. To the highway.
- 435. We'll call, use WhatsApp...
It will all be fine.
- 436. - That's what my dad said!
- 437. - That's what my dad said!
- What did he say? Listen to me.
- 438. - Dad said—
- Listen to me.
- 439. This isn't a jungle!
- 440. That's for our safety.
- 441. Damn your safety.
- 442. He likes this.
- 443. What they eat, what they don't...
- 444. What they can see, what they can't...
- 445. Bringing the milk is an excuse.
- 446. When they ate his parents,
- 447. he watched them being eaten.
- 448. Don't trust him, Uncle.
- 449. He never tells the whole truth.
- 450. You're from Bigtown.
- 451. Why didn't you eat him?
- 452. I saw my dad eat them.
- 453. I had come to Smalltown with him.
- 454. I saw it happen.
- 455. I've lost my appetite ever since.
- 456. I don't feel like eating.
- 457. Come in.
- 458. The cow is dead.
- 459. It had been starving for weeks.
- 460. If he can go out, why can't we?
- 461. You won't make it out alive.
- 462. Be quiet!
- 463. You scrawny little pest.
- 464. Enough with this nonsense!
- 465. To hell with this!
- 466. To hell with this!
- 467. This infernal job.
- 468. "Ate my dad!
- 469. Eat raw onions, drink spoiled milk!"
- 470. Ma'am?
- 471. Where can I find
the Block Development Office?
- 472. Ma'am?
- 473. Don't move!
- 474. There's something wicked happening
- 475. The kids are in danger, sir.
- 476. Why are you here?
- 477. - Please don't leave us.
- Get inside.
- 478. - Get inside.
- 479. Just get inside.
- 480. Bolt it.
- 481. Is everyone crazy here?
- 482. I just told a man what's going on.
He just upped and left.
- 483. - Told whom?
- Is there a blind school here?
- 484. The teacher was here.
- 485. The Principal!
- 486. From here?
- 487. From Smalltown?
- 488. Some Smalltown people ate others, too,
so they would be spared.
- 489. What do you mean by "spared"?
- 490. They don't eat those who also eat.
- 491. First, they lose their sight.
- 492. Then they can't hunt on their own.
- 493. This is where my dad
ate the Geography teacher.
- 494. That was the first time.
- 495. It all changed after that.
- 496. Why did he eat him?
- 497. Her father has a temper. That's why.
- 498. Why did the teacher have to say,
- 499. "This is a school,
not the Bigtown parade ground."
- 500. Why did your dad have to say we need
Bigtown's permission to live in Smalltown?
- 501. Dad is a councilman in Bigtown.
- 502. - You need his permission.
- So, your dad—
- 503. Dad...
- 504. Dad, please don't eat us.
- 505. We'll have to stay here from now on.
- 506. We're human.
- 507. They are animals.
- 508. We have higher intelligence...
- 509. They are on guard.
- 510. Listen.
- 511. Listen.
- 512. You're a smart kid, right?
- 513. You know everything about them.
- 514. What was it you said?
- 515. What was it? If we move...
- 516. They see us.
- 517. What else?
- 518. If we speak...
- 519. They see us.
- 520. What else?
- 521. If we eat...
- 522. We'll smell of her.
- 523. Perhaps they will believe we've eaten her.
- 524. They don't eat those who also eat.
- 525. Children!
- 526. Children!
- 527. They ate the children!
- 528. Children!
- 529. What happened to him?
- 530. Hey!
- 531. They ate my kids.
- 532. Who ate them? Who did?
- 533. Tell us what happened.
- 534. - Calm down.
- They ate the kids.
- 535. - Where are your kids?
- Back there.
- 536. Here? In Smalltown?
- 537. This town has been empty
for a month, Uncle.
- 538. Are you alright? Are you lost?
- 539. Come on, eat.
- 540. You need to build up your strength.
- 541. This is a Bigtown delicacy.
- 542. What brought you to Smalltown school?
- 543. I had to file a report.
- 544. Too many kids are failing.
- 545. That's Smalltown kids for you.
- 546. Even their Principal
has moved to the Bigtown school.
- 547. See?
- 548. The syllabus has changed.
- 549. The town looked as if it had been burned.
- 550. If you play with fire,
you will get burned.
- 551. Don't mention Smalltown.
- 552. The boss lost his daughter
in the troubles back there,
- 553. despite him being a councilman.
- 554. Don't worry.
- 555. You're safe.
- 556. You're with us now.
- 557. Do you like history?
- 558. Bigtown was once a touchstone mine.
- 559. It was the capital of the whole state.
- 560. Of course, sir.
- 561. We will be great once again.
- 562. I'm very attached to this house.
- 563. Well, direct questions
always intimidate me.
- 564. Why?
- 565. No matter what the answer is,
it always seems like an excuse.
- 566. I learned on Facebook
that you have a lot of friends.
- 567. I saw on Instagram
that you are very beautiful.
- 568. - On Twitter, I found out that you...
- That I...
- 569. Well,
- 570. let me tell you,
people who seem super bright,
- 571. are extremely stupid
in their personal lives.
- 572. Shall I elaborate or will you run away?
- 573. I have all the time in the world.
- 574. So, my first boyfriend...
- 575. Let's just say that
he's made his home in rehab.
- 576. I was thinking of cheating on him.
- 577. But I found out about his affair first.
- 578. Direct question.
- 579. But it's my turn now.
- 580. Shall I elaborate or will you run away?
- 581. We were just about to send out
a search party.
- 582. I don't know about the two of you,
- 583. I love your parents.
- 584. Anyway, take all the time you need.
- 585. Absolutely.
- 586. And when you do decide,
- 587. then all we have to do
is ask for Granny's permission.
- 588. Unfortunately, she died 20 years ago.
- 589. So, how will we get her permission?
- 590. I'll talk to her.
- 591. Remember, I promised
to attend all of your weddings.
- 592. Isn't it very quick?
- 593. Why the big rush?
- 594. Good fucking?
- 595. Hey, listen.
- 596. But a talk show with a dead granny
is a bit of a freak show.
- 597. No, it's not like that.
- 598. Dhruv was very attached to his granny.
- 599. Well, I just hope a new relationship
will change old habits.
- 600. Shanti Ma, what a beautiful wedding!
- 601. Ira looked gorgeous.
- 602. I couldn't take my eyes off her.
- 603. Me too.
- 604. Granny always said,
never trust a woman with a sharp nose.
- 605. "Sharp nose"?
- 606. You mean, sharp intentions?
- 607. "Intentions"?
- 608. Only Granny can tell us that.
- 609. Come on, go to bed.
- 610. I always listen to this song
when I'm happy.
- 611. Is this some kind of role-play
or are you playing the blushing bride?
- 612. You were such a tiger at my house.
- 613. - What's happened now?
- But this is my house.
- 614. Yeah, so what's different?
- 615. Everything.
- 616. Sorry, I didn't hear you knock.
- 617. Yes, the wedding ceremony was nice.
- 618. Granny says good night.
Say good night to her.
- 619. To whom, Dhruv?
- 620. To whom shall I say good night?
I don't see anyone.
- 621. No, don't be upset, Granny.
- 622. She's new here.
- 623. She'll understand soon.
- 624. You just had to say good night.
- 625. Sorry, my dear.
- 626. She is asleep.
- 627. You should get some sleep, too.
- 628. His mom is a corpse, his granny is a ghost
and your husband is a dick.
- 629. I'm telling you, I heard a noise...
- 630. like a walking stick...
- 631. It's an old house, babe.
- 632. It's full of creaks and squeaks.
- 633. - How did the door open?
- The breeze.
- 634. It was the breeze, my darling.
- 635. You're imagining things.
There are no ghosts.
- 636. Sit down and talk it out with him.
- 637. I got held up at the office.
- 638. I get a little over-sensitive
- 639. I know you love your granny a lot.
- 640. And I want you to know,
that since we've met,
- 641. it's been amazing.
- 642. I've fallen madly in love with you, Dhruv.
- 643. Me too.
- 644. But I can't figure out
this Granny business.
- 645. I mean, you having a relationship
with a dead person.
- 646. Granny is not dead, Ira.
- 647. Please have some faith, for your own sake.
- 648. All this will affect our relationship.
- 649. Why don't we buy a new house?
- 650. Somewhere close to here.
- 651. Our own life, together.
- 652. Our own memories.
- 653. New home, new relationship, new energy...
- 654. So, when?
- 655. Only Granny can tell us that.
- 656. Right?
- 657. We were just talking,
- 658. and Ira thinks we should move
to a new place.
- 659. It will be close to here.
- 660. And for a change,
I'll come over to say good night.
- 661. That's not true, Granny.
- 662. Just give her some time.
- 663. This is Granny's room.
- 664. Yes, I was just taking a walk.
- 665. There's a huge garden outside.
- 666. Shanti, how long have you worked
in this house?
- 667. As many years as I have teeth in my head.
- 668. Thirty-two.
- 669. Then you must have known Granny
- 670. Really well.
- 671. What was she like?
- 672. She is an amazing woman.
- 673. She has enchanting eyes.
- 674. People are enthralled by her.
- 675. - And Dhruv?
- She loves him more than life itself.
- 676. Dhruv is her life.
- 677. Even after her death?
- 678. What happened, Shanti?
- 679. What happened?
- 680. Dhruv and Granny
- 681. used to play a game every evening.
- 682. What was the game?
- 683. And one evening,
Dhruv pushed Granny accidentally...
- 684. and she fell down the stairs.
- 685. The fall broke all her bones.
- 686. Her knees gave way.
- 687. She could neither sit nor walk.
- 688. All she did was lie in bed.
- 689. She'd only let me see her.
- 690. She allowed Jesus into her life.
- 691. She adopted a new religion.
- 692. Despite all her pain and depression,
- 693. she would muster all her courage
each night and leave her bed.
- 694. Clutching her cane,
she would visit Dhruv in his bedroom...
- 695. just to hear those two words...
- 696. How did she pass on?
- 697. She didn't pass on.
- 698. She only died.
- 699. But how?
- 700. I did a full background check.
- 701. Respected in the community,
a thriving business,
- 702. and there's a road named after Granny.
- 703. She didn't pass on.
- 704. She only died.
- 705. Granny's not dead, Ira.
- 706. If you are here, show yourself.
- 707. Sorry, I was a little distracted today.
- 708. Why?
- 709. Granny didn't come here to say good night.
- 710. Why didn't she come?
- 711. She must be asleep... finally.
- 712. Never joke about Granny again.
- 713. Okay?
- 714. Mom...
- 715. for the first time in 20 years,
Granny didn't wish me good night.
- 716. Are you alright?
- 717. I'm leaving for work.
- 718. What is it?
- 719. I have this weird pain in my stomach.
- 720. Lie down.
- 721. It will all be okay.
- 722. Okay.
- 723. It's hurting a lot.
- 724. It's alright.
- 725. It's alright.
- 726. Lie down.
- 727. Try to sleep. The pain will ease up.
- 728. Go to sleep.
- 729. Want to hear a story?
- 730. Shall I tell you a story?
- 731. I never finished telling Granny's story.
- 732. What happened was,
the pain kept increasing with the years.
- 733. Just like this.
- 734. Granny couldn't take it anymore.
- 735. She begged me to put an end to it all.
- 736. How could I refuse my boss's request?
- 737. She told me to grind some castor seeds
and mix it into her breakfast.
- 738. Yes, in her breakfast.
- 739. So that no one would find out.
- 740. And I did as she said.
- 741. I can see you.
- 742. Why?
- 743. Because, now, you are in my world.
- 744. Dhruv is a very good boy.
- 745. I used to go in the mornings.
- 746. Just release me from here...
- 747. Dhruv didn't do anything wrong.
- 748. These people had no faith, either.