SOT: StockBroker - Scene 12 shankar restaurant: 2287
Director: Anand Gandhi; Cinematographer: Pankaj Kumar
Duration: 00:02:36; Aspect Ratio: 1.778:1; Hue: 27.849; Saturation: 0.047; Lightness: 0.421; Volume: 0.096; Cuts per Minute: 1.538; Words per Minute: 123.801
Summary: Chapter 3: StockBroker
Int. Restaurant - Day
Shankar eats. He is a frail middle aged man with greying hair and moustache.
In logo ko sazaa to hogi na sahab? (They will be punished, won't they?)
Sab choot jaayenge saale. Humko court kachahri ke lafde mein daudatein rahenge. Main kehta hoon bhaad mein jaaye saale sabko. Unko unka bhagwan dekh lega. Court kacheri ke lafde mein nahi padna hain sahab.
(They won't be, the bastards. And the court case will burn me out. Let them go to hell! Their God will see to them. I don't want anything to do with the courts, sir.)
Navin looks at Mannu, who hands him a bundle of cash. Navin places it on the table.
Yeh rakhiye. (This is for you.)
Shankar stares at the bundle.
Aap press wale hain?
(Are you from the press?)
Police ke aadmi ho?
(Are you a cop?)
Shankar leaps out of his seat and grabs Navin by the collar.
Madharchod saale! Tu kya sochta hain?? (crying) Paise dekar choot jaayega tu?! De de meri kidney!
(Motherfucker! (crying) You think you can pay your way out of this? Return my kidney.)
Shankar's wife tries to hold him back. The other diners watch them but don't interfere. Navin is caught off guard by the sudden outburst and makes no attempt to fight back.
(Let him go, Shankar.)
Shankar returns to his seat. He sobs uncontrollably.
Kaise karoonga sab mein?
(What am I to do, now?)
Navin looks around nervously and sits back down.
Paani pila do inko.
(Have some water.)
Shankar drinks a glass of water.
Arre bhaisaab, kyan hua?
Arre kuch nahin, bhai. Tu apna chai pee.
(Nothing, man. Mind your own business)
Navin holds the glass of water up to Shankar's lips. He watches Shankar drain it in one go.
Shankar, humne tumhari kidney nahin churai.
(Shankar, we haven't stolen your kidney.)
Hum log madad karna chahte hain. (We want to help you.)
Kaise karunga sahab?
(What will I do, now?)
Hum mil kar dhoondenge usse.
(We'll find him.)
(What will I do?)
Navin takes off his glasses and wipes a tear.