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I want to go home I don’t understand! Speak Bengali! I don’t understand you Move! What’s the matter? You don’t understand Bengali? Ganestalay? Don’t walk on that you’re going to fall off Do you understand Hindi? Yes Where are you going? I have to go home, I am lost Did you come from this way or that w I don’t know which way Then how will you go? What’s your name? Saroo My name is Noor You’re hungry? Come on Come inside, come on! Come on! I have to do all this make lunch boxes for all the men you have to feed your stomach, you kno Everybody has to work I help my mum to carry rocks Your mum carries rocks? What is this? Just drink Leave some for me! And now a bit of soap There is a man and he is called Rama he’s a very good man He helps everyone he will help you too He’s coming tomorrow morning Is he going to help me look for my mum? He’s going to help you look for your mum Close your eyes go to sleep Sleep Sleep Oh, my baby Were you sleeping? I wonder what worlds you’ve travelled Are you Rama? Yes, but not the God Come and lie down Come closer Do you know? I’ve come to meet you from really far away and I want to take you to a really nice place Are you going to take me to Mum? And from there we’re going to try and look for your mum.