“Happy birthday to you!” “Happy birthday, dear Anu!” “Happy birthday to you!” “May God bless you!” Anu, you didn’t invite Suman. Look, it’s so quiet without her.
This party is no good. It’s all so boring without her.
There’s no fun. I know, Mom. I invited her. I don’t know why she isn’t here yet. That’s true, ma’am. No matter what celebration
it is in our community until Suman attends it, it’s no fun. She always comes before the party begins. Where is she? -Who?
-Suman! She dances so well.
I swear, she sets the mood. Really! When she dances,
she steals the show. -I’m her greatest fan.
-You’re right. You’re right, guys. Anu! -You didn’t invite Suman?
-I did. I don’t know why she hasn’t come yet.
I’ll call her. Okay. Look, there she is. -Suman is here.
-Oh! Suman! -Happy birthday, Anu.
-Thank you, Suman. Suman! Suman! You’re home, son! Where is Suman, Mom? She’s not home. You know Mr. Sharma? She’s at their place
because it’s Anu’s birthday. Anu kept calling her
up to invite her home. And Suman cannot stay without dancing. -So she left.
-She could have waited for me. It’s okay. You know what? Deck up and go there. It doesn’t look good if
you only show up for the food. Go on. And Suman is supposed
to pack some dinner for me, okay? Okay, I’ll go. “My youth overflows like a wine.” “My youth overflows like a wine.” “It spills over like a drink,
take a dip in it.” “I have a great feeling.” “My heart feels restless.” “I have a great feeling.” “I can’t control my feelings.” “Look at my beauty, my dear.” “My eyes are like mirror, look in them.” “My lips will answer the handsome man.” “Don’t try to win my heart with words.” “Look at my beauty, my dear.” “My eyes are like mirror, look in them.” “My lips will answer the handsome man.” “Don’t try to win my heart with words.” “I am very hot.” “I have a great feeling.” “My heart feels restless.” “I have a great feeling.” “My heart feels restless.” When did you arrive? Did you see how well she’s dancing? She’s rocking the dance floor. She has been dancing
so well since so long. This is so amazing! Good going, Suman. Good job! You have set the dance floor on fire! May you have a long and blessed life. You danced so well.
May no one cast an evil eye on you. Hey! When did you arrive? When you were dancing here. You are late. They even cut the cake. How does it matter? Congratulations. You have such an amazing wife who entertains everyone
with her fabulous dance. You are truly very lucky, I must say. -Let’s eat.
-Carry on, I’ll join you. -Okay, come on.
-Let’s go. Come soon. Let’s go. But we still have to eat. We’ll eat at home. Ma’am, I should leave. Bye. At least have dinner. But what happened? Ajit, what happened? Tell me what happened? Hey, why did you come back so soon? Is the party over? And where is my dinner? The party isn’t over. -He forced me back.
-Look, Suman. Get this straight!
You must never dance at a party again. Why, Ajit? What is so wrong about it? You know how much I love to dance -which is why I learnt Kathak.
-I know you love to dance but you will never dance again in front of other people at parties. But why? What is so wrong about it? Why… Why are you arguing with him? Why don’t you just listen to what he says? -But…
-Enough! You will do what I told you. Understood? Suman! Hey, Suman! -Yes, Mother-in-law.
-I have a fast today. -Do you remember?
-I do, Mother-in-law. -I even soaked sago.
-You can cook later. -First bring hot milk for me.
-Sure, Mother-in-law. “Let me kiss your beauty.” “Let me kiss your beauty.” “I am craving for your beauty.” “I am craving for your beauty.” “Let me kiss your beauty.” Suman! Hey, Suman! She can’t hear me.
She’s taking so long to bring milk. I’m so unfortunate to
have such a daughter-in-law. It seems, I’ll have to bring it. “I am trying to woo you.” “My body started shivering
just by your mere touch.” Damn you, woman! Mother-in-law. Useless woman, you spilled all the milk. Because of your dance,
you’ll ruin everything here. Ajit told you to stop
and yet you didn’t cave. Let Ajit return. He’ll deal with you. -Wait for him.
-No, Mother-in-law. I made a mistake and I won’t repeat it,
I promise. If you repeat this I won’t spare you. I wonder how your parents raised you! Hey, how are you, Nirmala? Oh, Sushila, welcome! How are you? -Sit.
-I’m fine, what about you? I’m fine too.
When did you return from your pilgrimage? Just yesterday. -And how was it?
-Really good! I’d be so happy if you could come. I really wanted to,
Sushila, but look at this. I can’t travel much because of this. Listen, I brought you this offering. And I have organized a
prayer meet at my house today. It’s at 4 p.m.,
and I want you all to come. -Hello, ma’am.
-Hello, dear. Bless you. And you must come to the prayer meet too. You don’t need to cook anything.
We have offerings. No, Sushila.
She’s young. She will get bored there. I’ll come over alone. But everyone should attend prayer meets. And if Suman doesn’t come,
how will the celebration be fun? And young folk should attend. These young kids add
a spark to any celebration else the prayer meet will become boring. I should get going because
I have to go to many houses to invite everyone. Bye, ma’am. Hey, stop! Couldn’t you refuse? I was making so many excuses.
Couldn’t you understand it? Cat gets your tongue in
front of strangers, am I right? Since she said it, I’ll have to take you. Oh! Hear me loud and clear. You must not dance there,
no matter what anyone says. Make any excuse but
ensure that you don’t dance. Am I clear? -Yes, Mother-in-law.
-Get lost! -Hail Lord Satyanarayan!
-Hail! Come on, Suman. We have to go. Okay, Sushila, we should leave now. Not yet. You still have to eat. And we’ll have music and dance too.
You can’t leave now. Sushila, I have a lot of work at home. -Ask Suman…
-We don’t have to ask. Anu, bring the drums. Hey, Suman, what are you waiting for? -Go and dance.
-No, ma’am. I don’t feel like it today. Come on, Suman. Let’s dance. What are you looking
at your mother-in-law for? Has she ever stopped you? Come on, do it. No, ma’am. I don’t feel so well. Suman, your dance is
your medicine. Come on. -No! No, Anu. Please.
-Come on, Suman. -Come, dance.
-Come, dance with us. -Do it.
-Dance. Mother-in-law, please listen to me. Mother-in-law, please stop. Hear me out. Please hear me out. I made a mistake. I will never do this again. Please! Please forgive me. You have done what you had to. Mother-in-law,
what else could I have done? They were forcing me so much? How could I refuse? Oh! What do you mean? You could have stuck to your word.
You could have refused. But no! You love to dance. How could you have refused! No, Mother-in-law, that’s not true. What do you mean? Didn’t Ajit forbid you from dancing? You should have obeyed him. What if he finds out about it? What would I find out? She danced at someone’s house again. I forbade her and even explained
that she shouldn’t dance but no! She doesn’t want to listen to me at all. -But, Mother-in-law…
-Shut up! Didn’t I forbid you from dancing? I will teach you a lesson now. -Ajit. Ajit, listen to me.
-Come on. Ajit, please listen to me.
Ajit, please hear me out. -Ajit, please listen to me.
-Shut up. Ajit, I didn’t want to
do it but everyone forced me. Ajit, no. Ajit, please don’t hit me. No, Ajit! Please don’t hit me. I will never do it again, I promise. Dad? Hello, dear. -Dad.
-What happened? -Why are you crying?
-Dad… Ajit, no. Ajit, please don’t hit me. No, Ajit! But dear, this is your fault. Your husband told you something,
so you should have obeyed him. He must have felt so bad about it. -But, Dad, I…
-I don’t care. He has said that you shouldn’t
dance and that’s final. Understood? Ajit, no. Ajit! Please don’t hit me again. Suman, relax. Look, you’re hurt. -Suman, relax.
-Please don’t hit me. No, Suman, I don’t mean to hit you. Look, let me apply this ointment.
You’ll be fine in a few days. It’s okay, it will be fine.
It will be okay in a few days. I have forbidden you from dancing and if you don’t want this to happen again please do as I say. Come closer, it’s okay. Don’t cry, dear. Hobbies. Everyone has hobbies that make them happy and enhance their personality. Suman had the hobby of dancing but her hobby became a curse for her. Hello, this is Girish Jain. Welcome to a new episode of Crime Alert. A marriage is a union of souls. Sharing joys and sorrows,
understanding likes and dislikes being able to do anything
to see your partner happy and having love and
trust towards your partner completes a marriage. Ajit and Suman got married. There was love but no trust. In this marriage,
Ajit just showed ownership towards Suman. And when such a feeling crops up,
the love is wiped away. Suman’s hobby of dancing
became a nuisance for her husband because of which he was torturing her. Suman’s wounds might heal but what about the
pain he caused on her soul? In order to protect her marriage,
Suman stayed mum and tolerant. Was this her fate? We must see for how long Suman
will keep tolerating their torment or if she will respect
her wishes and stand against him. So, Ajit, what’s up? How are you doing? I’m good. What’s up? I couldn’t find you at Anu’s
birthday party the other day. We couldn’t meet you. Actually, mom was sick so I had to return. -But your wife danced so well.
-That’s true. -She was too good.
-Yes, you’ve said this before. That’s because she dances so well. We cannot help but compliment her. Why are you telling him? That’s his wife. He must be watching her dance every day. -Am I right?
-Yes. It’s my wedding anniversary next week. You must bring your wife,
as I want her to dance there. Ma’am, you and Suman must
come for sister-in-law’s baby shower. I will surely come. -Oh, you’re home early.
-Hello, Ajit. Hello. What brings you here? It’s sister-in-law’s baby shower tomorrow so I was here to invite you. I’m a little busy and Suman
isn’t feeling well either. Why? What happened, Suman? Nothing, I just… I told you, she’s not well. But Suman, if you don’t attend the party -it will be so boring.
-That’s right. If she doesn’t come, you won’t dance and it will be all boring, right? I am busy, she’s sick, mom will come. Okay, ma’am. I should leave now. -Do come.
-Yes, sure, I will. Listen to me carefully, Suman. You need not dance at any party, okay? People began to taunt. Your dancing has ruined our lives. Ma’am, I’ve brought milk. -Good morning, ma’am.
-Good morning. Give me that. May I say something? You dance very well. -Really well.
-What do you mean? I mean, I see you every day but I didn’t know you danced so well. You were too good! What happened? I watched your video on the phone. Look! -Video?
-Yes. Take a look. Sir, look how well your wife dances. -Like an actress.
-Where did you get this from? Not just me,
the entire neighborhood has this. Ma’am, if there is some celebration you should dance on the song… “Let me kiss your beauty…” Why did you break my phone, sir? I will break your face next time,
not just your phone. Take your phone and get out! And no need to come
here from tomorrow. Out! Listen to me. Just hear me out. Ajit! Ajit, just hear me out. Please! Good job! Now you’re famous. Your video is viral now. Viral! What did the milkman say? Actress? Wow, nice! You’re an actress now! I forbade you from dancing.
I did, didn’t I? Look what he said to your face. I wonder what they say behind your back. Get this loud and clear.
Get this into your head! If this happens again… Hey! I won’t take it, understood? She wants to become an actress. Uma. Welcome, Nirmala. -Are all the arrangements made?
-Yes. Where is your daughter-in-aw? She’s getting ready. But where is Suman? -Why isn’t she here?
-I’m here. Hey, didn’t Anu invite her? I asked her to invite everyone, even Ajit. I wonder why she didn’t invite everyone. Anu! What happened, Mom? Didn’t you invite everyone? Mom, I did.
Ajit said that Suman is unwell. Nirmala, is she pregnant? What are you saying?
Had she been, I would have told you. So call her here. When she comes here, she’ll feel better. -Anu!
-Yes? -Call Suman.
-Sure. Give the phone to her. Call her here. Tell her. Hello, Suman. The baby shower is done.
Now, we’ll start the main stuff. Some dancing. Come on, Suman. Let’s dance. -Come on.
-No, Anu, I can’t dance. Please, Suman. Don’t do this. Let’s dance. No, Anu. Suman, won’t you dance at
your best friend’s baby shower? Please dance for us. She won’t do it so easily. Nirmala, force her. -Yes, force her.
-Please force her. She approved. “Let me kiss…” “Let me kiss your beauty.” “Let me kiss your beauty.” “I am craving for your beauty.” Hello, Suman. Ajit, this is Anu speaking. What happened? I wanted to talk to Suman. Where is she? She is dancing really
well and setting the mood. Why didn’t you come? Please come quickly! I’m so tired. I cannot sit for so
long among so many people. Mother-in-law, it’s so late.
Could Ajit be home now? Where were you? I ask, where were you? I was going to tell you. Uma was… Did you think that
despite me forbidding you you would dance and I wouldn’t find out? No, no! I… Mother-in-law. You guys talk. I tried to be nice to
you but you didn’t understand. I beat you but you
still didn’t understand. -Ajit, please…
-I need to do something else now. Please listen. Ajit, I didn’t even want to go. I forbade you from going
to people’s houses to dance. Didn’t I forbid you
from dancing for strangers? -Listen to me.
-You won’t cave! -You won’t cave!
-I didn’t want to go. Please listen to me. Are you in pain?
Now you will feel true pain. You danced with these legs.
These very legs. It was a mistake. I won’t repeat it. No, Ajit. No! Please forgive me.
I’m sorry, I’ll never do it again. You dance with these feet. Please, it was a mistake.
No, please! Please no! Ajit! Suman, I had told you
so many times not to dance. You even promised that
you wouldn’t dance and yet… Ajit, it was a mistake.
I will never do it again. No, no. It was not your fault. You always make that
promise and then you break it. -I didn’t want to dance.
-Of course, you didn’t want to. You dance because you
have a hobby of dancing. Right? -No.
-No… Okay! I get it. You like to dance,
so obviously you would. Right? You have always danced for others. Tonight, you’ll dance for me. Come on, dance. Get up. Oh yes! Music. Ajit, what are you doing? -Come on, dance.
-Ajit. Dance! It was a mistake. I’ll never do it again. Do it! Dance. Dance. I’m in pain, Ajit. But you love to dance.
So it should be okay. -Please forgive me.
-You love to dance and people praise you so much. So what now? Dance! “The bed is creaking.” “My body is calling out to you, darling.” “My body is calling out to you, darling.” “Don’t forget to boost yourself up.” “Don’t forget to boost yourself up.” If you dance again, you will see what I can do. Hello, ma’am. Hello. -Is Suman here?
-What for? I have heard of her amazing dance. My daughter just participated
in a dance competition. And she loves to dance too,
just like Suman. So? So I want her to teach
her some moves on a good song. Don’t worry.
I can pay her for being a dance teacher. Hey! You’re trying to show off your money? -You think we’re beggars?
-No, ma’am. I didn’t mean that. Keep your opinion to yourself. Everyone just shows up here for her. You think she’s an exotic dancer? Get out! Just leave! Your aunt had called. Your uncle is unwell. We should go there
for two days and meet him. Sure, I’ll take a leave.
Suman, pack your things. -You don’t need to take her.
-Why? We cannot trust her. Her praises must have reached even there. She can start dancing just anywhere. And you know?
A woman showed up with her daughter to ask Suman to train her to dance and I sent her away. But this is not my fault. -I didn’t do anything.
-Quiet! Mom is right. Hello. -Oh, it’s you.
-Yes. Your mother-in-law got
upset when I mentioned money. I shouldn’t have said that. I’m sorry. -No problem.
-So can you teach her to dance? No, I cannot teach. I request you. Don’t refuse, please. What are you doing? It’s my daughter’s dance competition and I know nothing about dance. If you refuse,
my daughter’s heart will be broken. Please don’t refuse. Please! Please, ma’am. Don’t refuse, please. One, two. One, turn. Then one, two, one and turn. One, two, one… Did you see? Look what she was doing behind our backs. It’s good that the bridge
we were supposed to take, collapsed and we had to return,
or we wouldn’t have known of this. No, ma’am, this is not her fault.
I forced her because of my daughter’s competition. Please leave. This is the woman I drove away and she called her back. You would dance at other
people’s homes all this while but now you want to turn
the house into a dance bar! Instead of marrying such a woman I’d rather have you stay as a bachelor. Ajit. Ajit! Ajit, listen to me. Ajit! Listen to me. Ajit. For the sake of the child,
I taught her some moves. But don’t worry. Nobody found out about this. Dance! That’s all you know. Dance! What happened? You don’t enjoy dancing
with your husband, right? How would you dance here? You need a party,
an audience that can watch you. But this house is boring.
Do you know what they call you? An exotic dancer. A dancer! It was a mistake. Please forgive me… Enough! I’ve heard
enough of pleading from you that you won’t repeat it and all that. I’m tired of hearing this. I feel like… Ajit! Suman. Why don’t you understand? It’s our marriage anniversary in two days. I had planned so many things. But you… You don’t bother at all. You don’t care about me. We’ll do what you want. Promise me that you’ll never dance again. And if you dance again you will see me dead. From whatever that
was happening with Suman one thing was evident that
Suman was the honor of Tiwari family but she had no honor there. She had no right to be happy and nobody cared what she wanted. Suman even told her parents about this but she was made to shut up
by reminding her of family values. By bottling up her sorrows
and pain Suman was feeling suffocated. Let us see if this suffocation
will lead to an explosion or if she will surrender to Ajit’s ego. -Ajit!
-Yes, Mom. You have a call. Take it. Yes, Suresh, tell me. -I have something important to tell you.
-Sure. -I want a party.
-For what? It’s your wedding anniversary, of course. Fine, we’ll go to a restaurant. No, we’ll do it at your place. And listen,
we’ll come at your place unannounced. -Fine, come home.
-I’ll tell everyone. Okay, bye. Mom. I’m throwing a small
anniversary party here tomorrow. I will make the arrangements. That is fine, but what about her? You can’t trust her. She might just start
dancing in front of everyone. That’s how she is. She won’t do anything, Mom. She won’t. -Cut the cake.
-Yes, cut the cake! No, thanks. You could have had the juice. Why just the juice? This is your anniversary.
And you just ordered juice? I understand,
but there are so many people here. I have an idea. Let’s go inside. Is there alcohol in there? There is everything in there. Where there is alcohol,
we need nothing else. -Come on, start moving.
-Sure. So finally, you got a party! Cheers! Suman, leave all this. Come on, dance for us. Please! No, I cannot dance. She’s acting so pricey. We’re your fans. You have to show us your dance. Yes, and today is
your wedding anniversary. Please dance for us today. No. My husband and mother-in-law
don’t like it when I dance. Suman! Come here. Keep this in mind. Okay, got it? I’ll be right back. Suman, come here. You worked so hard. Here, have this juice. Thank you. This will be fun now. Why? What did you do? I mixed some alcohol in the juice. Have you lost your mind? It will be fine.
Now she can dance without any worries. I was very thirsty. I’ll keep this there. This is wrong. Suman, dance now. No, I can’t dance. My husband doesn’t like it when I dance. Where is he? Tell me. I’ll talk to him. You dance at everyone’s celebrations and you won’t dance at
your own anniversary party? This is not right. Where is your husband? He’s with his friends. There’s no problem then. He’s not here, so what’s the problem? Come on, let’s dance.
When he comes, you can stop. Do it. Play the music. No, no! “I use my handkerchief as a flute.” “I tell the DJ to play the music.” “Dance, my darling.” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Nobody’s watching! Dance, silly!” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Nobody’s watching! Dance, silly!” Guys! You’re drinking here? The real fun is out there. Suman is dancing so much! -Suman is dancing?
-Yes! Listen, you are drunk
so you must be mistaken. Suman isn’t dancing. Look, the thing is, I’m not drunk. See for yourself. -Come on, we might miss it.
-Come on. “Come on the floor and dance” “like never before.” “She dance like a deer moves.” “Not just a young man” “but even an old one would be enticed.” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Nobody’s watching! Dance, silly!” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” “Dance, silly! Dance, silly!” Your wife dances so well.
She’s like a storm! Ajit, stop! Leave! Ajit! Ajit, leave her! Ajit, stop! The lovely,
fun-filled and trustworthy Suman would die like this was
never expected by anyone. The life partner who
took the vows to protect took her life. What was Suman’s fault?
That she liked to dance and that people openly praised her dance! Friends, likes and dislikes
of a person are his personal choice. Forcing your opinions on
others is no less than a crime. Instead of understanding his wife Ajit bothered about others’ taunts and that only ignited
the fire raging within him. In such little time,
the entire family suffered because of it. I wish Suman has understood
the signs she got thrice and spoken against Ajit or in time,
separated from him. Then she’d be alive now and
she’d Be living the way she wanted. Friends, we request all women
who are victims to domestic violence. Don’t tolerate this injustice. It is true that a couple
must make compromises after marriage,
but if a compromise is being forced by using violence, you should become alert and stand against this
injustice and speak out. On that note,
I am Girish Jain and I bid you farewell. I will see you again to alert
you about another such crime. Until then, be alert, be safe. Crime Alert. A voice against crime.