Beep Jaya Nigam. India captain. 2010. And one of the best players of her time. Kabaddi. Jaya! We’re in the same team. Papa, got kicked again? Quiet! Finish your breakfast. Good morning, ma’am. Adi, just two basil leaves. Drive slowly, please! The bus moves only as fast as a snail. Yes? I’m also a… -You want something?
-No. Didn’t recognise you? Who recognizes a kabaddi player? Jaya, your days of glory as a kabaddi player
are gone with the wind. Women empowerment, my foot! I’m a mother.
And a mother doesn’t have a right to dream. When a person’s destiny changes people’s attitude towards them
also changes. -How old is mummy?
-32. Can’t a player make a comeback at 32? You’re lucky to get a second chance. There’ll be many problems which neither you nor I
will remember after a year. The only thing we’ll remember is that you got a chance
and you let it slip away. Jaya, you think you can
come back into the Indian team just because you won against
a bunch of girls from Bhopal? I have to try. I need to challenge myself again. The girl wants to challenge herself
once again! When you get selected
for the Indian team and when you give an interview don’t just credit Prashant. Talk about your mummy, too. A player gets to play for herself
or for her team. Only a few chosen ones get a chance to play
for their country. When players retire
she wants to make a comeback! Mummy, why’re you mumbling? -I’m not asking for your support.
-I’m not supporting you. -I don’t want it.
-You don’t have it. Move on, folks! -You forgot my favourite sweet?
-Wants to play kabaddi, kabaddi! -Why is this with sugar? -Who drinks tea with pudding!
-What is this, mummy?