October 24, 2016 9:38:04 pm
The show starts at a restaurant where Mihika is convincing Mihir to help her in getting Kunal Sethi’s appointment. She tells that Shagun is not a good mother and she over pampers Pihu. This way she will spoil Pihu’s future. She takes Advocate Kunal Sethi’s number from him to check whether he can help her in getting Pihu’s custody. Romi calls Mihika to come for shopping. She lies to Romi that she is with her friend. Romi finds her behaviour different. Mihika doesn’t want to disclose her plans to anybody in the family right now.
Shagun is not able to get any banquet hall free for Pihu’s Bhartanatyam performance. She decides to book the community hall in Bhalla’s society. She gets to know that the hall is already booked. Raman buys clothes for Ishita and says, “Finally marriage shopping is done”. He turns and sees Shagun standing behind him. She hears it and enquires about the marriage, who is getting married? Raman gets tensed and tries to cover up.
Shobhana conspires to take Shagun to Chennai with her. She asks Shagun to help her in buying sarees and jewellery from there, this way Shagun will be distant from Bhalla house and they can comfortably celebrate Raman and Ishita’s wedding.
Aliya takes Pihu to Bhalla house where all the preparations are going on. Ruhi, Pihu and Aliya teach Bharatnatyam steps to everyone, who are in bride’s team. They even pull Raman and Ishita into it. Pihu helps Ishita to learn Bharatnatyam steps. They all enjoy dancing together. Adi too is making Ishita’s parents dance in Bhangra style.
Bhalla family is celebrating the mehndi ceremony at their house. All the ladies are beautifully dressed and Madhavi is applying mehndi on Ishita’s hand.
Mihir and Mihika find it difficult to get Kunal Sethi’s appointment so they go to a pub to meet him directly. They get shocked to see him sitting with Ashok Kumar.
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