‘I want to lose weight’ ‘and these people forcibly
made me eat ‘Rabdi’.’ ‘How will I secretly
diet and exercise?’ ‘Especially from Hans.’ ‘Komal, I have to leave for
Nashik for some urgent work.’ ‘Oh! – Take care
of yourself and Goli.’ ‘Okay, Hans. – I
shall go and pack the luggage.’ ‘Okay, Hans.
– Okay, take care.’ ‘I think I am blessed.’ ‘Thank You, God!’ ‘Are you ready
for the mission?’ ‘Yes!
I have..’ ‘I have even set
an alarm for 5 o’clock.’ “It just listens to itself.” “It is a bit innocent.” “It gets agitated.” “It can’t differentiate
between day and night.” “It looks into the eyes.” “It doesn’t believe in destiny.” “And challenges it!” “This heart is stubborn.” ‘No..’ ‘No one should
get to know about it.’ ‘What do I do?’ I just lost 250 grams
after working out so much? Where is mom?
I am famished. Hi, baby. Mom, where had you gone? Why? What happened? I am famished.
Please give me something to eat. I’ll go and get hot
parathas for you right away. Just a minute, ma’am. You don’t need
to prepare anything. Because I’ve brought
samosas. Wow! Thank you, Tapu.
I love samosas. I know you do
but it’s not just for you. It is for all of us, okay? Yes, okay.
I’ll get the plates. Okay.
– Good boy. Just a minute. What if
you start eating without me? Hey, baby!
– Hey! ‘Oh, no!
What did I just do?’ ‘I ate samosa?’ Mom,
have one more samosa. Yes, ma’am.
Please. No, dear.
You both have. Why? Didn’t you like it? It’s delicious, dear. I had it. That was of Mr. Hathi’s.
You will have to eat yours too. Yes.
– Feed her, Goli. – Yes. No.. Listen..
– Here, Mom. – Have it, ma’am. Good.
– Good. Very good. Tapu and Goli.
What is this? You called me
to play football and are having samosas here. No. We’re done.
– Yes. Come on. Yes, let’s go..
– Let’s go. Bye, ma’am. Hurry.. Bye, baby.
– Bye.. I may eat it as well. Hello?
– Hello, Komal Hathi? Yes?
– Monica here. Tell me.
– Are you eating something? No.
– Don’t lie. I’ve got sharp ears. You are eating something,
aren’t you? Yes.
– What are you eating? Samosa, ‘Vada’,
biscuits? Tell me. Samosa. My son forced me
to have two samosas. Two samosas? Do you know how much
calories it has? Yes, actually,
I am used to it, so I had it. No..
This is not done. Do you want to lose
one inch or not? Do you want to wear
that dress or not? I do..
– Then control yourself. I had this by mistake. What else did you have?
Tell me. I had ‘Rabdi’ last night.
– ‘Rabdi’? How could you?
It is such a fatty item. I was forced to have that
as well. You could’ve refused it. I had told you that you need
to stay away from food. Now, you just have
to take liquid. No more eating. Okay.
– And start burning the calories of whatever you had. Run.
Jog. Do anything,
but burn the calories. Okay.
– Move it. Go! Now! What do I do? Come on, Tapu!
Come on, Gogi! Football!
– Run.. Come on, Tapu. Run.. Come on.. Tapu. Pass it..
– Come on.. Hello, children! Hello!
– Pass it.. Mom?
– Ms. Komal? Even I would play
football with you. Wow!
– What? Wow! Mom, you will play football? Baby,
I was the forward player of my football
team at school. Is it? – Oh!
– Wow! Yes.
– But, Mom.. It’s different
to play in school. You won’t be able
to play with us. We’re champions.
– Yes. Why?
Can’t ladies be champions? Don’t they play
football and cricket? I hope you know that the
Indian women’s cricket team had played
the finals in the world cup. And they’re no less in football,
athletics and badminton. Absolutely right, Ms. Komal. Come on.
So, shall we start the game? Okay, as you wish.
– I’ll be in your team. I’ll be the goalkeeper.
– Welcome, my child. Fine. Goli and Gogi,
you too go to her team. Pinku and I will be in a team. Yes.
– No problem. No.. Boys will be in one team and girls will be
in another team. Oh! Are you sure? Of course.
Why? Are you scared? No.. I like your confidence, ma’am. Thank you, opponent. – Okay.
So, let’s start the game. “Hit it, the goal is in front.” “Keep scoring goals
after goals.” “We will show the world” “what we are capable of.” Hey, what the.. Ball? Oh..
So, you are playing football. Tapu.
– Tapu. What’s this? We have asked
you not to hit the ball so hard. You shouldn’t..
– Hush! What are you doing? I am chiding them.
– Is this the way to chide? Let it be. Tapu! What’s this?
Who kicked the ball? I am sure it’s you who kicked
the ball. I have asked you many a time
to play steadily as it’s a populated area. What if the ball
had hit someone or the glass would have broken? But Mr. Bhide, I didn’t kick it. Yes.. Then, who did? It’s you, Goli, right? Mom. Look at him, he is hiding
behind his mother. No, Mr. Bhide.
I meant, mom kicked the ball. What..
What a shameless guy! He is blaming his mother. Goli, you shouldn’t blame
your mother. Don’t you say so,
you better keep quiet. Goli, aren’t you ashamed
of lying? You are blaming your mother? Mr. Bhide, I am not lying.
Mom! Mr. Bhide is scolding me and you are quiet? Hey, why wouldn’t she be,
Goli? She is in shock. Since you are accusing her
in front of her. No, Mr. Bhide, Goli is right. I kicked the ball. Yes..
– Yes.. Are you serious?
– Oh, God! Yes.
– See? Now tell me, Mr. Bhide.. Shock, lie, blame.. You chided me for no reason! Goli, calm down,
chuck it. Why should I calm down?
He always does this. That’s why I was not
chiding them. Ms. Komal, you were playing
football? Y-You kicked the ball,
Ms. Komal? Yes, I kicked the ball. Please, show us your shot.
– But.. Yes, sure. Come on, Ms. Komal..
– No.. Not this side,
the other direction. Okay. Come on..
All the best.. Thank you.
– You can do it. Come on. Aiyer, your coffee. Who is it?
Who is it? Who kicked it? Ms. Komal, nice kick.
Superb! Hey, what’s nice in it? The ball went
inside Aiyer’s house. Who kicked this ball? Who is it? Tapu? Tapu, why do you kick
the ball so hard? This football hit my laptop. If my laptop had broken then
I would have suffered a loss. This is how you kick?
– Excuse me, Mr. Aiyer. I kicked the ball, Mr. Aiyer. Ms. Komal,
don’t try to defend Tapu. No, Aiyer..
She is not defending Tapu. She kicked the ball. No way! How is it possible?
– What? It’s impossible. Ms. Komal, you kicked it?
– Yes. Yes, Ms. Komal
plays awesome football. Her kick was amazing.
– What are you saying? She hit it at our balcony
some time back. Really? Show us your kick, please. Yes, come on, boys.
– Come on.. Come on!
– Come on.. I’ll go..
– Look at her play. “Let one defend
from the left side.” “Or defend it
from the right side.” “From the left or right side..” “We’ll score goal.” “Go..” “Go..” Goal! Goal.. What are you doing, pal?
– I had no chance! She outsmarted
Tapu and his troop. Yes.
– I know. – True that. I didn’t know this talent
of Ms. Komal’s. Yes, right.
Ms. Komal. What’s this, guys? Ms. Komal is alone,
yet you four are a goal down? Hey, come on,
children! Friends, come here..
Everyone.. They are being given
a lesson in football. Come on, Ms. Komal. What are you doing, Goli?
– Thank you. ‘Game over!’ Mr. Champak! Sir..
– Easy there, Grandpa.. Leave me be.
I am fine! Let go of me. First, tell me. Who kicked the ball at me? I am sorry, sir.
It was me. – What! Komal, it is you? You were playing football? Sorry. It’s all right. Carry on. Just be mindful
of the people around. Sir, are you all right?
– I am fine. I am fine.
Carry on. Please be careful.
– Okay. Easy, sir.
– Yes. Come on, friends.
Let’s go. – Yes, come on.. “Sound the battle cry!
Lead the way!” “And keep scoring goals!” Hey..
– Hey.. Ms. Komal! Dear God!
– Mom! – Ms. Komal! Mom!
– Ms. Komal! Are you all right?
– Don’t worry. I am fine. Ms. Komal!
– Yes? – Let me come down. No need for that, Ms. Madhavi.
I am fine. Are you sure?
– Yes. Are you okay,
Ms. Komal? – Yes. I am perfectly all right.
Thank you, Babita. It was so much fun.
Continue. – Wow! Take care, Mom.
– Sure. – Take care.. It was so much fun.
– Indeed. The match is over.
Let us go. Carry on, play.
Continue playing. You guys.. Bye, Ms. Babita! No! No!
No! I have to remember
Monica’s diet. ‘Samosas, ‘Kachori’, ‘Rasgullas’
and ‘Rabdi’..’ ‘You should stop craving
for all such food items.’ ‘What can I eat? – Not eat,
my dear. You have to drink.’ ‘Water, soups, green tea’ ‘green coffee and juice
of fruits and vegetables.’ I should have some soup.
I’ll feel better. Wow! It is so good. Monica?
Hi, Monica! Komal, are you following
your diet? No, I am not eating anything.
I am just having some soup. Okay. Add some chilli
to the soup. Chilli to the soup?
– Yes. Have some spicy soup. That will reduce
your soup intake. And you will lose weight. But Monica, I do not eat
spicy stuff. Komal, this is a war.
You must’ve heard. ‘Everything is fair
in love and war.’ This is you against you. You have to fight
yourself and win as well. You have to win.
Got that? Yes, I got it.
– Tell me something. If you do not follow
the diet chart I gave you and your waistline
is not reduced then who will be mocked?
– No! Definitely not! I will never let you
be mocked! I will follow
all your instructions. I will lose weight
and uphold your reputation. Do you promise?
– A double promise, Monica! Good. Mom.. – Yes? – You will not
be eating? Where is your plate? I have already eaten.
– Really? – Yes. When did you eat?
– I was hungry, so I ate. Cheese sandwich, wafers,
chocolate milkshake.. No! I have to control! Hans? Hi, Hans! – Hello, Komal!
How are you? I am fine.
I am missing you so much. How are you, Hans?
– I am also fine. And I am also
missing you so much. I was going to buy
the famous snack from Nashik and that reminded me of you.
How much should I buy? About five kilos
would be fine? Snacks? If Hans gets some,
I’d want to eat that. Hello, Hans. I am a bit busy.
I’ll talk to you later. You may buy as you like. I miss you.
I love you. Bye, Hans. Strange. I will buy five kilos
of it. What happened, Mom?
What are you doing? Nothing, a coin fell down,
so I was looking for it. You should’ve told me.
I’ll get it. – No need. I got it.
– Are you sure? – Yes. Okay. Bye, Mom.
I am going to play. “Open your eyes and see.” “Breathe in
and unleash yourself.” “Open your eyes and see.” “Breathe in
and unleash yourself.” “Try hard! Go on..” Hello.
– Hi, Ms. Madhavi. Why are you pacing around,
Ms. Komal? Well..
The breeze was going great. So I thought of walking around. “Let the earth tremble
where you set foot.” “Heave ho!” “Heave ho!” “Heave ho!” “Heave ho!” Careful! On guard! Beware!
The battle cry has gone off! Ms. Komal has begun her fight
to lose weight. And there are a lot
of distractions. There is a desire to eat
and rest and then, there is
the dream dress. For which Ms. Komal
has to lose weight. The competition is tough
but Ms. Komal is determined to lose weight.
Let us see what happens next. Ms. Komal is doing
all that she can. Will she succeed? Will she achieve her goal? To find out, keep watching ‘Taarak Mehta
Ka Ooltah Chashmah’. Keep watching, keep laughing.