Updated: August 26, 2016 8:48:58 pm
The episode begins where Pihu tells Raman that she is willing to take part in the cooking competition. Hence she calls up Shagun. Raman scolds Shagun and she leaves. Pihu gets disheartened about how she will be able to participate in the competition, while Raman assures her that they will take part. He then asks for help from other mothers.
On the other hand Shagun starts shouting at Nidhi telling her how rudely Raman spoke to her and made her leave while Alia calls up Shagun to tell her that she won’t be able to accompany her to pick up Mani. She tell her that there was an emergency in her office as the investors have pulled out.
Next scene shows Raman trying to convince the school staff for letting him participate in the place of Pihu’s mother. Ishita, Mihir, Aadi and Alia reach home and Raman comes to know about the investors pulling out of the project, where Ishita requests Raman to come to office and talk to Mr. Singhal. But Raman refuses and tells her that he won’t come because this will give Shagun a chance to influence Pihu by participating along with her in the cooking competition.
Shagun reaches airport to pick Mani where she tells him that Alia couldn’t come due to some crisis in office. Mani tells Shagun that he wants to meet Ishita. Raman consoles his father and Mr. Iyyer that he trusts Ishita that she can handle the project and office. On the other hand Mani is seen consoling Ishita. Mani assures Ishita that he’ll request Mr. Singhal to visit Bhalla house and meet Raman over there.
In the next scene we see Mr. Singhal visiting Bhalla house where he tells Ishita that he has not come to discuss the project. He says he doesn’t believe in Ishita’s abilities as she has zero business knowledge, and that women should stay at home and raise their kids and support their husbands.
Now Ishita challenges Mr. Singhal and decides to teach him a lesson by completing the project with him or without him.
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