Stop! You’re resting instead of working? I don’t understand whether I
should kick you or fire you? Unfaithful. What should I do, master? The land is very rough.
It is full of rocks. And on top of that it
didn’t even rain. Quiet, stop crying and
begging like always. Idiot. Okay, fine, come in the night.
We’ll drink together. Okay?
– But I don’t drink, master. This shows that you’re useless. Faineant. When will I be freed from this man? Master.
– You? Why did you leave the
field and come here? You had called me here, master. Wretch, when did I call you?
I’ll call you?! Faineant! Don’t abuse me, master.
You’re harming yourself with it. Bloody labourer,
you’ll teach me what to do? Yes? You’ll teach me? You all are the same!
You and your father too. All are the same. Faineant!
Wretches. You’ll plead us when
you want something. Otherwise you won’t even
show us your face! You’re drunk, master. What do you think I’m drunk? He says I’m drunk! Look… look I’m in
my complete sense. Wretch.
– Don’t say such things, master. Mind your language. I should mind my language? You’re a dog. You’re a wretch.
You’re a hooligan. You’re unfaithful.
Tell me, what will you do? Tell me.
– Master… master… Don’t touch me, master. Tell me, what will you do!
– Master, don’t touch me, master. Even the poor have the right to
get angry. I’m warning you! So what will you do? Master…
– Tell me. – Master! Wretch, how dare you! Wretch…
– Master… You raised your hand on me! Master!
– You raised your hand on me! Stop it, master.
Master, I’m warning you. You raised your hand on your master! Leave me, master.
– What do you think of yourself! Master… leave me master.
– What do you think of yourself! Leave me.
– I won’t… I won’t… Don’t touch me. I won’t… Don’t touch me. I’ll not spare you. I’ll not spare you.
I’ll not spare you. Leave me.
– Hey you! Oh God! He is… he is… no!
He is dead. He is dead. Oh God! Oh God! Ticket! Ticket! Ticket! Give me a ticket for Malgudi.
– Sir, you! You’ve come after a long time. What is it, sir?
You’re going to Malgudi? Yes! My friend thinks that if
I meet swami Divanand… …then all my problems
will be solved. Your friend is absolutely
right, sir. Swami Divanand is great. My wife used to daily fight
with me like crazy. I met him just once.
He gave me ashes. She started agreeing to me for
anything from the very next day. This is just an illusion of yours. It’s called blind faith
and not swami’s mercy. For God’s sake don’t say such
things about swami, sir. Many people have benefited from him. Let’s see. Come on! Come on! Malgudi
is here! Malgudi! Anyone for Malgudi?
Come on, get down. Get down. Get down. Come, sir. Come. Yes.
– Greetings. Come, Rajam, come. Come on! Come on! Come
on! Hurry! Hurry! Good you came. Now you yourself will know how
great swami Divanand is. He has gone to world tour thrice. And that too on a plane. But he still lives in
a hut with his wife. He is a very nice soul.
– Wife? Yes. – Why did he marry if
he is such a nice soul? No books states that
swamis can’t marry. It’s better because when
female devotees… …come to swami, he doesn’t
get attracted to them. They are great people. They just look at the
person and tell… …his past, present and the future. Don’t take them to be
ordinary human beings. I don’t agree. These are ways of making money. Get two cup of tea. My heart yearns to see you. Look Gopu, these 3 troubles are
very common in human beings. Woman, liquor and money. It’s very simple, pal. You’re either concerned about
your marriage or your family. Or the money. No matter how
rich or poor a person is. The troubles remain the same. No, no. Life is not as
simple as you think. No, their costumes
enchant the people. And their large beard,
body covered with ash. They wear orange coloured dress
and vermillion on their forehead. A necklace of Rudraksha
around their neck. And they recite Sanskrit hymns. This makes them a great sage. They have nothing more than that. I would say that all swamis
should be imprisoned. They are impostors. Just impostors. Father. I’m blind.
Give me some alms for God’s sake. Father. I’m blind. Father.
– Look at that poor fellow. Why doesn’t he go and
ask swami Divanand… …may be he might
get his sight back. Look Rajam, don’t trouble me. I’m taking you there so that
your problems can be solved. And you’re just… you still
didn’t tell me your problem. What is your problem? Yes? You have a house, you have money. What else do you want? I won’t tell you that. Who knows, you might tell
your great swami about it. Then he’ll act in front of me
as if he knows everything. Okay, don’t tell me anything.
Let’s see what swami says. Let’s see.
– Brother, take the money. God bless you. I surrender,
o’ Lord Shiva. I can’t wait here. You have to wait for
sometime if you… …have come to meet
such a great swami. Look, from how far people
come to meet him. Have some patience. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Tell me what your problem is. I have many, I don’t understand… …from where should I start. Swami, everyone takes a bribe
in the place I work. But I don’t. I’ve been working
there since last 20 years. I never took a single bribe.
But neither do I get promoted… …nor is there an increment
in my salary. I don’t know what
I should do, swami. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. You’re not at fault in this.
All this is because of your past life. Vedas state that even though you
haven’t sinned in this life… …you’ve sinned in your
past life for sure. And you say you didn’t do anything! Tell me, are you having an affair? Swami, other than my wife,
I’ve been with another woman. The thing is…
– You’ve a relation! You’ve a relation! I know it all. You’ve a relation!
You’ve betrayed your wife. He has cursed you,
God has cursed you. Free yourself. Free yourself from
this illegitimate relationship. You’ll progress. Thank you, swami. You’re great. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Truly. You’ve made me realise. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Look, he wasted his 5 rupees. Didn’t I tell you all
have the same trouble… …woman, money or liquor.
– Keep quiet, Rajam. Woman, you yourself are the
solution to your problem. I didn’t understand, swami.
You’re restless at heart. It is impatient. It’s angry.
You should let go of your anger. Calm down your mind.
Everything will be fine. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Swami, my younger brother didn’t
come home from last 4 days. I wonder where he is lost. All this is happening because
of your planetary positions. You and your family will have
to face many troubles. Because your planetary positions
are not favourable. This happens once in 7 years. You’ll be separated from
your brother during this. No problem, after 3 months,
you yourself will come… …and tell me that your
brother has returned. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Greetings, swami. It’s time for me to leave,
come tomorrow. I knew he would say something
like that. – Keep quiet. Swami, my friend has come
from very far away. He is very troubled. He is restless. He has lost his sleep.
Only you can help him. I told you to come tomorrow! It’s necessary to always stay calm. You have left your business and… …looking for someone
in different places. Tell me, isn’t that true? Go son, go and rest.
I’ll meet you tomorrow. Everything will be alright.
Everything will be alright. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. How’s your business going?
Everything’s fine? Swami, you have a lot of devotees. But very few of them eat my peanuts. Tell me, what should I do?
– Okay, is it so? Look, you’ll have to be alert. You’ll have to understand
your buyer. By just saying take hot peanuts… …take hot peanuts, won’t help. You’ll have to say something new. Like, take the peanuts of the kings. Take the peanuts of
the emperors. Got it? You’re very clever, swami.
I want to be your disciple. Only he is worthy of
being my disciple. Is this me? Swami, you do better makeup
than they do in the movies. You’re an expert, an expert.
– Shut up! Shut up. Now listen
to me very carefully. You’ll have to change
your voice and talk. Like, I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Tell me what your problem is! Your voice should be powerful.
Powerful. Then only will someone
listen to you. I know your problem.
How was that, swami? Okay?
– Yes, okay. Okay. Now you leave. I will call you when the
time is right. Go. Swami, my wife and children
have left me. I don’t know where they are.
You tell me what I should do. There is a solution. Not just mantras will
solve your problem. You will have to go
through a tough test. Bathe before sunrise and chant
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva… …I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva
7 times, for 21 days. Go, your wife will come
back after that. Thank you, swami.
– I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Thank you.
– I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Thank you. You don’t worry, God will bless you. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. Welcome, welcome swami. From when did you come from Kashi? Oh, you’ve vowed not to speak? Forgive me. Come. Sit. Sit. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
– Swami… I surrender…
– I’ve brought my friend along. Help him. Son, tell me what is troubling you. You’re a swami; you tell
me what my problem is. Everyone here says that you
look at people’s faces… …and can tell what’s
bothering them. Oh thank God he didn’t recognise me. Did you say something?
– Nothing. Nothing. Son… close your eyes, son. Close your eyes! I’ll tell your past,
present and future! If you tell me about my
past and my present… …then I’ll make my
future on my own! Son… if I tell what’s
written on your face… …then you’ll have to do
what I tell you to do. Will you do it?
– Yes. Yes. Why not, I’ll do it. You’ve come from north.
You’re restless. Your fate states that you
should have been dead. That’s surprising,
you’re still alive. Only the planetary positions
can answer… …as to why are you still alive. You’ve had a near-death experience. I’m right, aren’t I? Yes. You’re right. Can you tell me why
should have I died? Son, someone beat you very badly
and dropped you into a well. Right? I hope now you’ve faith
in our powers. Now you tell me what
happened after that. Yes swami, if people
wouldn’t have heard… …my cries then I would
have been dead for sure. When I was thrown into the well… …with my good fortune I
fell into a tree branch. People heard my cries
and brought me out. Swami, I’m on a lookout
for the person… …who pushed me into the well. Someone told me that he
is in this village. Will I get him, swami?
– Yes, yes, sure. Why not. But it’s not possible
in this lifetime. It’s possible only
in your next life. But why?
– Because he died 4 months back. Oh gosh!
– Rajam, have you got your answers? Swami, how do you know my name? Son, I know it all.
Nothing stays hidden from me. Heed my advice, take the next bus… …and return to your
village immediately. Your life is in danger if you
keep wandering like this. And listen… never come down south… …I mean never come near
this village again. You’ll live a 100 years if you
stay in your own village. Go, God bless you. Thank you, swami. Gopu,
you did me a huge favour. I would have never known
that he is dead. He got saved. Forgive me swami, but can
you tell me how he died? It must have not been
a natural death. Natural death? No way!
He had a very dreadful death. He was crushed under a bus. And squirmed all alone on the road
for 4 hours before he died. No one gave him a sip of water. Really? Is that want happened? Hearing this has pleased me, swami. Till date I thought astrology
was a waste. I’m surprised, you predicted
everything rightfully. Gopu, swami is really great.
This can happen only in our country. I’ll catch the next bus and
go to my village. Yes. God has answered your prayers, son. All your worries will be resolved. Now no one will trouble you. Go! But yes, remember,
never consume liquor. Swami, you know about this too! You’re great! That… I left it the day I had
a near-death experience. Very good, son. Bless you.
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva. I’ll no longer be a swami.
I’ve got a new life. Now I fear no one. I have got ridden
of that burden too. What burden? Many years ago I unknowingly
made a mistake. I feared that I killed that person. That’s why I ran away
from the village. You know I saw that person.
– Oh God, I don’t believe it. Anyway, forget it. I’ll go to the village and
bring my parents here. We’ll all happily
stay here together. But tell me something,
what will you do now? You think I’m stupid? I’ve replaced myself
with another swami. The peanut seller. And I’ve told him to give
me half of his earnings. Great! Listen; don’t forget the
beard while going to the village. Very good. You’re clever like me! Swami Divanand has gone
to Kashi for mediation. I’ll handle all his
responsibilities till he returns. I surrender, o’ Lord Shiva.
Tell me what your problem is.