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Monday, September 8, 2008

Bhagwaan kare golee chalaate waqt tere haath naa kaaNpe

Film : Deewar
Year of release : 1975
Spoken by : Sumitra Verma (Nirupa Roy)
Spoken to : Ravi Verma (Shashi Kapoor)
Making it a double bill for Deewar.
Indian films do have a fetish for the idealistic, fastidious mother character. The mother sticks to her ideals come what may. In this scene, Ravi is going after his brother Vijay. The mother realises that there might be a scenario where only one of them might come out alive. She does not do what Kunti did in Mahabharat. She does not go and beg the 'bad' son to spare the life of her 'good' son. Instead, she takes an unequivocal stand. She tells the 'good' son - go, go and do your duty. And I wish and hope that at the crunch moment your hand should not shake.
This is the pocket edition Nirupama Roy version of the Bhagavad Geeta.
Great line to use when someone in your team is going out for a sales call. Sales guys generally succeed by 'killing' the customer. And you would want to ensure
"भगवान करे गोली चलाते वक़्त तेरे हाथ ना कांपे"

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