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SHE SPEAKS URDU
So, what do you think?
You look sexy.
-About my business plan?
And it's OUR business plan.
It was my idea, remember?
Well, I'm doing this for us.
I'm just teasing!
Yeah, it's very thorough.
Let's hope the bank is, too.
Kiss Daddy for luck, Yasmin.
This time next year we could be raking it in!
And we'll have a lovely house with a garden.
This flat is so cramped.
Yeah, tell me about it.
Give me strength!
Relax! With any luck you'll be shot of us for a bit.
Stop! I saw you going in there.
Open the door!
I'm so sorry, I...
I took it off to wash my hands for prayer.
-Have you seen Billy anywhere?
-Cos I've got squatters in the flat.
-I want them out.
-Kick them out, like with Roxy.
Look, I'm not going to play games this time, all right?
I'm going to use...force.
So why you getting Billy, then?
Yeah, actually you might be right. So...you'll do it?
In this suit? You're having a laugh!
-You don't want to do all that anyway.
-You need to keep this legit, it's got to be above board now. You're in a different league, girl.
Sit down, I've made you some coffee.
-You look a little bit tired.
You should have a nice, easy day, put your feet up.
Happy Birthday, Dad.
Oh, Yusef. I'm so sorry...
-I wonder what this could be.
-Like you don't know.
-You'll wear it to work?
I'd better go for my run. Thanks again.
You always get it just right. I love it.
We do that every year.
I buy him an outrageous tie,
I make him wear it for his birthday and then I never see it again.
-I can't believe I forgot his birthday.
-Oh, come on.
He's the last to mind. You know Dad.
I can't imagine him not being there for me.
You know what?
I'm not going to let that happen.
I'm going to make him listen.
What, you're going to persuade him to stay?
Oh, no, not Dad...Tamwar.
I'm going to make him come to Karachi with us.
Why didn't you remind me it was Yusef's birthday?
I don't know, maybe your engagement overshadowed everything.
Talking of which, you got tongues wagging at the mosque today.
Bushra's on the jungle drums.
-There is no shame in getting married.
Do you think that I would bring shame on this family?!
I didn't mean anything by it, OK?
Perhaps you should keep running.
In case your father learns you are to remarry that odious woman.
Woah, ladies, what are you doing?! Stand back, girls. Oi, get off!
Stand back. This is a man's job, all right?
Watch and learn, ladies, watch and learn.
See? Ease it and gentle.
Hello, gorgeous. Mwah!
What you looking at me like that for?
She's absolutely beautiful!
Don't tell the others, they'll get a bit jealous.
-It's a fridge!
-Oh, Derek, how are you?
-You got 'em, then?
-This is Derek, he sorted out the fridges for us.
-Straight from my warehouse.
So they could be dodgy.
-Not when I'm finished.
-What you doing?
-Just a little scratch there.
A dent. Nothing personal, darling.
-So they don't look so new, Ty.
Yes. Got ya.
No. Whoa, whoa, whoa!
Don't overdo it! Don't overdo it, you idiot.
These look like quality seconds now, don't they?
-Oh, got that.
-Yeah. See what I've done there?
-Oi, Janine, sweetheart. Come in.
Here you are, sweetheart. Come here a sec.
Watch and learn, all right?
Interested in a top-of-the-range quality fridge,
only slightly damaged?
Do I look like I'd be interested in damaged goods?
You took up with Michael. Ow!
Shut up! Sorry, don't listen to him.
You've come into a few quid, you've got flats and need to stock 'em out.
-You know, cash only.
-Do you deliver?
Janine, do I deliver?
If you look at my passport, it says "Alfred Delivery Moon."
I could show you, if you want.
Oh, please, can you just dial down the Alfie factor?
D'you know what? I'm so not in the mood.
No, no, Janine, sweetheart... what about the fridges?
She'll be back. Right, go easy. No, you don't need to hit it!
I'll tell you one more time, don't do this!
I know what I'm doing.
Your father may be old but he has a lot of influence with the family.
-I've said nothing about it so far.
Good, I'm so glad you came to me first.
No need to distress him unnecessarily,
when you and I can resolve this.
Only if you end this nonsense now.
I respect you, cousin.
I'm sure we can find a solution that's more...
I have to get to work but can we meet later?
I'll make it worth your while.
I'll give you until the end of the day.
You know you said earlier you might be moving out soon?
Any idea when?
I'm not sure.
But are we talking before Christmas?
There's no pressure, I was just wondering.
It's not permanent, all right? If it happens at all.
So just drop it, will you?
Well, I hope you have better luck than I had.
Didn't go well at the bank?
OK, we'll try somewhere else.
No, they said I'd need substantial security
before any bank would look at it.
Well... what about a private investor?
I don't think so.
It's a great idea. With the right backing, you can't fail.
Right, well, when you say private investor...?
Not a company. An individual. Someone with money.
Greedy to make more without doing any work.
I've warned you, now open up!
Oh, come on. Look, I know you're in there.
You're not going to get away with this.
Lowlife scum, out!
Dear, oh dear, oh dear!
A beautiful woman like you
shouldn't be doing her own dirty work.
This your flat?
Uh, well, this is one of my flats.
Looks like you could use a little bit of leverage.
There you are! I've been looking all over for you.
Come on, come on, you don't want to be here.
See you again.
-Excuse me, what are you...?
-I don't want you talking to him.
He was trying to help.
-You don't want his kind of help.
-Well, at least he offered.
Stay away from him. Are you stupid? I'm warning you.
Ooh, you're warning me. Yeah, good.
Like...that's going to work!
Sorry, I didn't realise anyone was here.
I promised Afia I'd wear this.
Your mother's happy, Tamwar. Can't you be pleased for her?
Yeah, I suppose she's made her choice.
What are you doing?
Christmas menus for the...Bhajee.
Business going well?
Yeah, takings are up and we've got bookings all the way to Christmas.
Not a pretty sight. I'm sorry.
I don't notice them any more.
I walked into that fire for your mother.
And I'd do it again.
What do you mean, "again?"
It was just an expression.
I love your mother and I'd do anything for her.
By the way, where is she?
Er... I don't know, actually.
She didn't say.
-You don't have any aubergines?
-Not today, sweetheart.
Syed, over here.
Did you get my message?
What, you don't even check your phone?
Why are you wearing a suit? Anyway, I need your help.
He's a bit busy just now.
It's about Yusef.
-I want nothing to do with him - I don't want to talk about him.
-That's how I felt about Christian, OK?
But I was there for you. If it wasn't important, I wouldn't ask.
Four weeks? The money you earn off me, you can do better than that.
Syed, are you even listening to me?
Amira, can you speak to him, please?
I need his support.
What are you doing?
What were you talking to Syed about?
Nothing really, just small talk.
I need to go. Sorry.
Does that offer still stand?
I've got these squatters in my flat.
In one of your flats?
I've just got off the phone to my waste-of-space solicitor.
And you want action...now?
I like a woman of action.
-So is that a yes?
-They'll be gone by this afternoon.
Janine, can I have a word? It's important.
Remember when you wanted to go into business with me?
Yes, I do.
But that was when I found out I had loads of money
and I didn't know what to do with it. Now I do. I'm sorry, you're too late.
No, wait. Just hear me out.
-OK, five minutes. Go.
-Everything all right?
-Why wouldn't it be?
That's for Yusef.
Uh-oh, what've you done?
I don't know what you're talking about.
I was saying like it was one of them peace offerings!
You know, like when a guy buys flowers for a girl...?
-It's a joke!
We still on for tonight, Denise?
You know, I need to go.
Can I pay for this next time round? Thank you.
She can't be hitting the bottle?!
Well, she lives with Yusef. He can drive anyone to drink.
I'm sorry, but I had to change the locks.
Er...what about the squatters?
How'd you get rid of them?
If there's anything else I can do for you, Janine...
Well, not right now.
If I think of something, then I'll let you know.
Yeah, I'm sure you will.
Look at that beauty, eh? Never been used.
Yeah. So you working here now?
No, no, just popped in to help out, that's all.
I'm across the road, Alfie. You have been working here all afternoon.
Here, are these working?
Everything works in here, except me.
Catch you later, yeah?
See these? These are gorgeous...
just like you.
Call it a fiver.
-Go on, then.
-Lovely. Thanks, sweetheart.
And tell Kat there's a girls' night out tonight.
Yeah, yeah, I will do.
-I tell you what, before you go...
how about I throw in one of these Rude Boy Santas just for you, yeah?
'Ho! Ho! Ho!'
Kills me, this does!
'Wishing you a jingle-icious Christmas!'
'Ho! Ho! Ho!'
-Happy birthday, Dad.
But I really should be getting home.
What for? I'm sure Zainab won't mind.
Have you seen her today?
No, not since this morning. Why?
She seems to have been out all day. I just...wondered.
Have you spoken to Tamwar?
I've been at work.
I CAN go a whole day without speaking to him, you know.
I suppose you'll be with him all evening at the restaurant.
No, we've got the night off.
Both of you?
Yes, and I dragged you here
cos I thought it would be nice to have you all to myself for once.
You know, like how it used to be.
Just the two of us.
Nothing's changed between us.
Just because I love Zainab doesn't mean I love you any less.
And just cos I'm married doesn't mean I don't still need my dad.
And I'll always be there for you. No matter what.
Can you give me a minute? I need to...speak to a patient.
Tariq, it's me.
The Argee Bhajee restaurant, do you know it?
Let's meet there, then.
Yeah, I'm with him now.
He's just not the type.
All right, all right. I'll bring him myself.
Who were you talking to?
Just checking on cover for the Argee Bhajee tonight.
You seem nervous.
No, I'm fine. Come on, let's go home.
Can I get you a drink?
I don't think that's appropriate, do you?
shall I dig out my passport or am I stuck in Walford?
It's very quiet.
Zainab's through here. She's been waiting for you.
I tried to persuade her out of it.
Happy birthday, Yusef.
Can I take your jacket?
Isn't he handsome in his tie?
Janine, have you thought any more about those fridges?
Oh...yeah, I'm going to take three.
So where were we?
Hi. Look, I'm just in a meeting. Can you wait?
Like, over there?
She keeping you waiting, is she?
Derek, can I have a little word in your shell-like, mate?
-Do you reckon you can get me any more fridges and stuff?
-Alfie, I can get you anything you want, mate.
As it goes, I happen to have a van-load of booze
and a ton of fireworks wrapped round me at the moment.
-If you think you can shift them...
I need to make a few quid fast, keep the missus happy.
Well, that's your business, mate.
Keep it shtoom, yeah? Thanks.
Aye, aye, looks like she can fit you in.
Why does anybody think that business is easy
and that I've got money to burn?
I need to buy this man a drink.
Thanks to him...
I've got my flat back.
Let me pay for the locksmith.
-I wouldn't dream of it.
-You're a gentleman.
And you're amazing. What will it be?
I would say that you are... a single-malt man.
Oh... How's that?
Well, a single malt is...
mature...and distinctive -
not to everyone's taste,
and not blended in with any other kind.
That's very good, I like that.
She's good this one, Michael.
You want to hang on to her, if you can.
Seriously. You done well for yourself there, kiddo.
Not exactly a classy bird, but she's trying.
Just for a bit, to see what it's like.
I just can't believe no-one else is worried about this.
-Going back there.
-What if your dad's family try and finish what they started with the fire?
-Don't be silly!
They've just been, haven't they... to Karachi?
Anyway, the family's in the north, nowhere near.
Yeah, I know, but...
You think my dad would put her at risk?
Not knowingly but...
He wants this so much maybe he's just blanked it, I don't know.
If you'll just excuse me.
Happy birthday, Yusef!
I really couldn't.
Well...just a few words.
It's wonderful to be part of this family and...
thank you to all of you for a lovely birthday.
Would you do the honours and cut the cake?
A slice for everyone.
Amira, will you get the plates?
Listen up, everyone. Some great news.
Sorry to keep you waiting.
No, you ain't. You know exactly what you can get away with.
I know a lot of things, Derek.
Anyway, Michael's used to waiting, aren't you, eh?
Story of his life.
Always waiting, he was. Outside the bookies.
Outside the pub.
When I look back, that's how I picture him -
standing there, waiting.
And gullible he was back then, weren't you?
Do you remember that time
when I got you to stand outside the phone box for two hours?
I told him his dad was going to call him.
And then I'd ring up and say, "Hello, is that the zoo?"
And he'd be going, "Is that you, Daddy?
"Is that you, Dad?"
That's...not really very funny.
Nah, it was horrible of me.
Anyway, water under the bridge now Michael, eh?
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
See you later.
-You're going into partnership with Janine Butcher?
She's putting up the money. I'm in charge.
Of course you will. I'm proud of you.
I can't take all the credit. It was Amira's idea.
Well, then, you're a very lucky man. Just imagine it...
My family, all of them, in Pakistan. My sons.
Hmm? My daughter - my DAUGHTERS.
-Your new husband.
-Don't get carried away, Mum.
-We're just setting up the business.
I know, I'm sorry. I've been held up.
You're at the Argee Bhajee already?
I'll be right there.
You were talking about the Argee Bhajee?
Zainab bought the wrong wine.
I was just checking if they had the right one in. I won't be long.
PHONE RINGS >
Any idea what you're doing for Christmas yet, Jane?
No, but I know what I'd like to be doing if me and Masood get the flat to ourselves.
So...did you read it?
Well, go on, then. I know you want to.
You couldn't say it out loud, could you, uh?
I've ordered a selection of starters
and asked that we don't be disturbed.
We have an excellent menu. Local ingredients and authentic spices.
You think you can buy my silence for a free meal?
I'm not offering you a meal, cousin. I'm offering you this restaurant.
You know what? One of these days I'm going to marry you.
Well, don't you push your luck, mister.
Zainab's family are coming with us to Karachi and we have no intention of returning.
Masood will lose everything. All his loved ones.
He'll suffer the way I suffered.
Think of it, Tariq.
A family business, jobs for your sons.
Isn't it more than you could ever provide for them?
So...do we have a deal?
It will be legally transferred to my name. Business and premises.
As soon as I marry.
Why not before?
Come, Tariq. I am doing this to reward your silence...
for keeping the wedding secret from my family.
It defies logic to complete the deal before then.
As soon as I'm safe in Pakistan, you have my word.
I need to get back to my... birthday celebrations.
Stay, enjoy the food.
I didn't know you were meeting my dad.
We had... private business to discuss.
Fine place he has here.
It's not his. WE own it.
-Me and my husband. His parents gave it to us.
Can we have a moment alone?
I just wanted to say that I am... very grateful to you for everything.
I do love you.
And when we're married and we're in Pakistan...
I will be very proud and happy to be your wife.
That's all I want to hear.
We might go, if I can persuade Tamwar...
you know, to see what it's like.
Uncle, can I ask you something?
-Tamwar's worried about his mother.
She doesn't have anything to fear from the family in Pakistan, does she?
-In what respect?
-Well, you know...
What they did to her.
How they almost killed her.
No, they didn't.
Look, I know all about it.
I know they tried to burn her alive.
That wasn't the family.
It was your father.
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