Rani orders the royal servant to give the medicines to Dadu in her absence and also, to take care of her. Raja teases her for being true to her name and having all these luxuries now. She tells him that Kaal has left the watchguard for her. Raja agrees that Kaal might want to change but he cannot agree that Kaal is changing already. He tells her to stay cautious and inform him whenever Kaal gives her anything.
Raja goes back home and Ambika gives him the papers. He reads that Kaal has given all his property to Rani and left a note for her that this is a way of paying back Rani. Kaal goes to Rani and says that he wants to change after all his mistakes and wants her help to become a good father-in-law. He asks her to accompany him to the party’s office for some time and she agrees. He goes inside and announces that he agrees with the new reservation for women in politics as women are as good as men. He tells them that her own daughter in law has topped the university. His workers tell him that he should convince Rani about standing for the elections and they’ll support the idea then. Kaal says that he will talk to her and the workers leave. Kaal tells Rani that women should be given equal rights and asks if she is ready.
Rani says that she’s too simple to rule and only wants to study well and work to help Dadu. Kaal says that Amer Court needs her and they can work together to stand for elections. She says that their ideals are different and they won’t be able to work. He says that she should think again and then decide to help people.
Dadu and Raja tell Rani that she is able enough to handle Amer Court and can easily rule and change the world. Ambika tells Rani that she’ll work and gain experience and Kaal will also help her. Rani says that Ambika was equally a part of what went wrong with Kaal. A woman should not let her patience become her weakness anyhow.
Ambika shares that she was married off at an early age and that she couldn’t make her identity. She tells Rani that she can do anything if she can make Kaal apologise. If she can do that, then she should do something even bigger.