September 26, 2017 9:46:47 pm
Dadi tells Pragya and Disha that whoever gives her the good news of a grandchild will be her best bahu. A mysterious hooded man is seen outside their window lurking in the garden.
Alia is planning to kill Disha with the poison. She plans to kill her tonight itself and discusses it with Tanu.
Abhi thanks Purab for coming home finally so that their family could enjoy together. He takes her to the room that has been decorated for Purab and Disha for their special night. Purab is keen on tightening Abhi’s security so that he can be saved from the next attack.
Pragya enters Alia’s room and asks them to come downstairs and join the celebration. Tanya tells her that Alia is planning to kill Disha only because Pragya was able to bring her in the house. Both of them thank her for bringing Disha in tonight and Alia prepares to put the poison in everybody’s drinks. Pragya tries to talk her out of it but Alia is convinced about this idea being the only resort to distance Purab from Disha forever. Alia goes out of the room to complete her task and Pragya follows her to the kitchen.
Pragya goes to Alia when Disha calls her from behind. Disha tells Pragya that she just got to know that the attack on Abhi actually happened and she was thinking that Pragya only used it to bring her home. Disha tells Pragya that she will always stay by her side and Pragya should share everything that happens in their life. Pragya is in a dilemma all the more now. She first decides to tell Alia about her identity but is reminded of Munni and her family. She cannot break Munni’s promise to never reveal her identity. But she knows she will have to do something to stop Alia and her plan.
Alia sends the servants out of the kitchen and starts making a drink for Disha. Pragya watches her put the poison in the drink. Pragya wants to stop her.
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