Can you please allow me to
make one call from your phone? I can’t give you my phone. Here, take this money. Go to the booth and
call whomever you want. I asked for a
favor, not charity. I liked what you just
said, girl. Here’s my stuff. Please help me load my luggage. Come on now.
I’ll pay you for it. Here’s your money. Thank you. Good bye. ‘I’ll eat something
for my child.’ Sir, one chicken sandwich.
– Okay. Here’s it.
– Thank you very much. I can’t confirm anything. Come on, Mr. Jaitley. You are the biggest
lawyer in this city. If you’re so unsure
then how can Sarab… Harleen, this is
a high-profile case. Not only Punjab… …but the whole
country’s eyes are on it. And everything
Meher’s mom said… …about Sarab during
the press conference… …has hurt us even more now. Firstly, Sarab’s image… …has been tarnished
even further. And secondly, that woman… What’s her name?
– Kulwant Kaur Dhillon. Kulwant Kaur Dhillon has received
even more public sympathy. Kulwant Kaur Dhillon shouldn’t
get sympathy from the public. She should get beaten
up by the public. Come on, Momsy. Mr. Jaitley,
please find out a way. I want my brother back.
That’s it. And at any cost.
– I’m trying. By the way, you have
provided me all the details. But, what I don’t
understand is Sarab… …buying a home in Belgrade… …and the police finding
Meher’s clothes and stuff there. Any idea?
– No! Then how will I make a case? Hold on! Advocate. I think, I understood everything. I understood the reason why Sarab
purchased this house over there. I’m very sure that… …Meher is having an affair
with someone over there. Also, everyone is aware of… …Sarab’s kindheartedness. That’s it.
He might have got busy… …helping both of them settle. He must be helping Meher and
her boyfriend. That’s it. Harleen, listen to me. This must be the reason. Or else, why would Sarab… …purchase a house over there?
– Come on, Momsy. If you can’t help, please don’t. At least don’t make
up such stories. Harleen, but her story
has some weight to it. If we prove to the court… …that Meher was
seeing another man… I mean to say,
extra marital affair. And she ran away
with him in Belgrade. Then we can save Sarabjit. No, Mr. Jaitley. Not at all. We can’t do this to Meher. According to me, there’s no
better idea than this one. If you have a better
idea, tell me. I can’t let an innocent and
decent girl like Meher… …suffer from such accusation. Think of something else. Please. You mean, you’ll let your
brother be hanged to death? Harleen, act smart. No one is aware of
Meher’s whereabouts. Is she alive or dead? God knows! But Sarab is alive, right? To save Sarab… …we don’t have any other
option than this one. We must make an
appropriate decision now. Or else, it will be
too late for Sarab. Don’t you want your
brother to be alive? Momsy, Sarab means
the world to me. That’s it. It’s clear.
Okay, advocate. Please proceed with the case.
– Okay then. I’ll ready the case.
Everyone, don’t worry. Thank you. Hello. Meher Speaking. Meher Kaur Dhillon speaking.
I’m alive. Hello. Meher? Hello! Your voice is not audible.
Hello! This is Meher! I’m alive. Hello. Your voice is not clear.
Where are you speaking from? I’m at the Republic Square
in Belgrade, Serbia. Why is she still alive? Stop your nonsense.
Note down the address. Reach there immediately. This time, she must not survive. God! How should I tell everyone
in India that I’m alive? If nobody finds out
then Sarabjit… Dad. Dad. Dad!
– Param. Dad, why did the police… …arrest you? Why did that uncle… …throw ink on your face? Dad, when will you come home? Aunt is not sending me… …to school. Dad, where is mom? Everyone is saying… …that you have killed mom. Dad, tell me. Did you kill mom? Param. Do you think… …that I can kill your mom? Actually, you know what… Your mom and I… …are playing a very big game. Is it true, dad? Are you both playing a game? Yes, it’s a game. You know hide and seek? Meher and I are
playing hide and seek. Meher is in hiding right now. And everyone is looking for her.
Everyone… …including me. Will you play this game with us? I also want to play
hide and seek with mom. First of all… …I want to… …get some sleep. I cannot sleep without mom. Dad, will you help me sleep? Yes. Come. Sarab,
you didn’t answer my questions. You would have answered
Param’s questions at least. You don’t worry. Everything will be all right. Uncle. You shouldn’t have
brought Param over here. I mean… …it’s not good for him… …to see me like this.
– You know… …he is badly
yearning for Meher… …and for you. I couldn’t see him like that. So I brought him here. Uncle. Take Param from here… …and don’t get him here again. Sarab, do you think it
is easy to handle Param? Not everyone is Meher. If you really care
about Param… …then think about your bail. Once you are out of here… …then we will not have to
get Param here to meet you. Mr. Jaitley has a few
documents ready. Sign on it. Mr. Jaitley. Hello, Mr. Gill. ‘Before the goons get to me… …I need to do something… …so that the government
here deports me to India. I did that. Please arrest me. Mr. Gill, sign this paper. You will get your bail. Mr. Gill, there is
no need to read it. It states that… …Meher is a girl
with no morals. And she had an affair…
– Enough! Mr. Gill. How dare you say such
a thing about Meher? How dare you? Mr. Gill. – I will not spare you.
– What are you doing? What are you doing?
– Sarab. – Let me go. Sorry. Shucks! Trust me, Sarab. All of us thought over it a lot. But this is the best
way to save you. No, Harleen. I don’t want to save myself by
accusing Meher of such a thing. Sarab, why don’t you understand? I don’t want to. I don’t have the strength
to understand anything. That’s it! Please go from here. And take him too. Take this too. Uncle please go. ‘Wow, Sarab.’ ‘I have nothing to
worry because of you.’ ‘If you had signed
these papers… …then my game… …would have ended before
it had even started.’ Hold on. Will you do something? You worry about me, right? So please… …meet Meher’s mom once. Sarab!
– Please. Apologize to her on my behalf. I don’t know how much
bitterness she has for me. It’s not bitterness.
She’s filled with poison. She created a scene in
front of us and the media. And you…
– Yet… You should meet her once. For my sake. Look, you have neither
passport nor visa. Nor do you have
any identity proof. How do you expect us to
let you leave for India? Brother, please.
Let me go to India. I will be very grateful to you.
Please. How did you come to Serbia?
Whom did you come with? Param. Param. What are you doing? I’m talking to mom and dad. My mom had told me… …that when I think of someone… …I should place my
hand on my heart… …and close my eyes. By doing so, the message
reaches their heart. Mom, you can hear
my voice, right? Tell me, mom? Mom, you can hear
my voice, right? I miss both of you a lot. Both of you come back soon. Param, but doing this… Oh no, Uncle Jolly!
If you speak in between… …then how will my
mom hear my voice? How did you come to Serbia? Whom did you come with? ‘If I tell him that I
came here with Sarabjit… …then I hope he doesn’t
ask for his documents.’ I asked you a question.
– Brother. Please let me go
back to my village. I will be very grateful to you.
Please. Okay. Alright. Don’t beg me. You call me a brother and yet
you are pleading in front of me. Don’t ever do that. Look, I’m helping you because
I’m myself from Punjab. Had it been someone else I
would have taken strict action. Get it? She needs to be deported to
India, Amritsar. Send her back in
tonight’s flight itself. Go, get the documents ready.
Quick. Your flight for Amritsar departs
about two hours from now. Thank you, brother!
Thank you very much. May God bless you. What a tragedy has
occurred in Kulwant’s life! Meher was her only daughter. She had just got married. God shall never forgive
Sarabjit for this sin.