Everywhere was the silence of the graveyard. The only sound was of the scolding of the men carrying guns to the people who were sitting on the ground. Women were carrying their as well as of others children on their laps. Women as well as men, all were crying. The only difference was that women can show their tears but men cannot.
Kaal was sitting on a chair in front of the hostages. A mild smile was on his face. He was studying every one on the ground. Then his eyes falls on a child who was crying and his mother was consistently saying him not to cry. Then Kaal told that lady:
“Don’t stop him. No, don’t.” there was a pause, and then he said “because I love tears.”
If Kaal was the fan of Rajesh Khanna, he just hated the famous dialogue of him that “I hate tears.” After this a revolutionary type of man stood up and said:
“Its enough, you cannot use us like this. At least leave the children for god sake.” In the middle of his speech a man of Kaal put gun on his head and told him to sit down but he doesn’t stopped. He carried on “I am not afraid of you.”
Kaal saw all this in silence. His man wanted the permission of Kaal to shoot the man but he didn’t give that. Kaal knew that this man is afraid but not showing his fear. Kaal told his man:
“No, no don’t shoot him.” His man was puzzled. He put his gun down. Kaal forwarded his way towards this special hostage. “I was waiting for someone to show this kind of courage.” Kaal rubbed the man’s back. “I will free you. Go, no one will stop you. Just go, our country needs some more men like you. Go.”
This man looked here and there for some time and then he rushed towards the main gate. As soon as he passed the gates, Kaal signaled his man carrying machine gun to fire and he fired him like a mad man.
All the police officers who were standing outside the store got dumbstruck to see the scene.