Every Daadi/Naani Ever | Mother's Day Special | The Timeliners

Every Daadi/Naani Ever | Mother's Day Special | The Timeliners

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This Mother’s Day let’s take a moment to wish our grandparents as there is nothing pure than their love. Tell us your cute Daadi/Nani tales in the comments below.

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Channel Head: Akansh Gaur
Creative Head: Apoorv Singh Karki
Written by: Manan Madaan
Directed by: Himali Shah
Creative Director: Simarpreet Singh
DOP: Arjun Kukreti
Assistant DOP: Himansh Ahuja
Edited by: Tushar Manocha
Music: Tusshar Mallek
Production Design: Beeva Mahajan
Line Producer: Puneet Waddan
Associate Creative Producer: Ambrish Verma
Chief Assistant Director: Sanjeev Joshi
Colour Graded By: Ashish Dogra
Assistant Directors: Manasvi Sharma, Prashant Soni & Abhinav Joshi
Graphics: Niharika Singh
Animation: Citrus INC studios
Assistant Art Director: Shweta Yadav
Post Production Supervisor: Neel Jadhav
Production Manager: Irshad Ali
Production Executives: Haneet Singh Sawhney & Prabhjot Singh
Art Executive: Ajay Nis
Marketing: Vineet Kanabar, Siddhant Grover, Bhavya Prabhakar & Himakshi Batra
Subtitles: Savvy Dalmia
Finance: Manish Saini, Nikita Joshi & Ravi Mittal
Legal: Megha Gupta
Cast: Tripta Lakhanpal, Shreya Mehta, Manan Madan, Swati Singh

Bless me, Granny. Hey! Do you think that will get you blessings? Bend completely. I don't get to see you for months on end. Don't you ever miss your Granny? You're undoing all my efforts in the gym, Granny. Just shut up and eat it. Otherwise your paternal grandmother will say, "Your maternal grandmother didn't feed you?" "My precious granddaughter has shriveled up." That never happens. Why do you want to watch only when I'm watching? Why do you want to watch when I'm watching? Go home and watch what you want. I'm older, and my maternal grandmother lives here. My paternal grandmother lives here, and so do I. What happened? Why are you fighting in the morning? She's not giving me the remote. Give. Give me the remote. Time for my religious shows. What're you doing, Granny? Oh! You don't know, but she's a first-class thief. Our steel containers go missing every day. One day she was actually carrying some liquid butter in her hand. I happened to catch her at it. Why don't you fire her then? Have you gone mad? Sit down. Let her clean. You carry on. How are you? Completely fine, Sir, thanks for asking. She's my Granny, Sir. Hello, Grandma. Hey! Have some manners! Touch my feet. -Grandma…
He's my boss, Granny. I see. So you're his boss. You should really let him leave the office at a decent time in the evening. You must have a wife and kids at home too! Do you go home on time or not? I do. You don't even pay him at the proper time. Every night, upon returning, he curses you. Tell him! No, Sir, she's just old. Alright, Manan, let's speak at the office, tomorrow. Farewell, Grandma. Sir, I'll handle the sales. Won't be a problem. I'll call you…
Let him go! Who does he think he is? "Let's speak at the office" it seems. We'll find you another job. Yeah. You're going to find me a job, sure. Why not? Rani! Rani! It's not Rani, it's Ruhaani. Whatever it is! Look at this photo of your Grandpa. When your Grandpa used to live in Pakistan, half of Lahore belonged to him. He used to ride a horse to school. Here's the horse. And when he would talk, even the Englishmen would shut up. Look at us now. Where did we end up! Now you should just get married. I want to gift your wife a 24-carat gold set of jewelry. When you go on your honeymoon, drop me off at Haridwar. Marry whoever you want, but just keep this in mind – don't marry anyone like your mother. She just stays in bed all day. You rascal! Why do you want to kill her? What has she ever done to you? I kept warning you not to eat food made by her. She must have poisoned it. Granny, she's an actress. She's not really dead. Why do you think you know better than me? Do I watch this show or do you? Fine. Eat your food. You taste it first. What's going on? You're just standing there. You could at least pick up the lid. What is this? This is blessed food. Renu got it in the evening. This does no harm. Granny, please take care. The doctor called in the morning. He was also saying that your sugar's out of control. That doctor is mad. He's a diabetic himself. If he hasn't been able to cure himself by now, how is he going to cure me? Just don't tell Bittu. Why shouldn't I? Because then I'll also tell her what I should. Granny, this is totally unnecessary. Just keep it, child. It's my blessing. Come to visit me more often. Tell your Mum too. To come around. Your Granny doesn't have too much time left. Why do you say such things, Granny? My sweet Granny. Take care. Bye!

21 thoughts on “Every Daadi/Naani Ever | Mother's Day Special | The Timeliners

  1. thank to god who have their nani/dadi someone like me whose dadi died before he was born will pray that god give good health and grace to your grandparents

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