October 26, 2016 10:41:06 pm
Abhi wants Pragya to select clothes for him. While selecting, she tries to confuse Abhi about his marriage with Tanu. She tells him that a successful marriage is based on various things. For example, he should ask Tanu whether she will take care of his family or not, after marriage. Abhi again gets dubious about Tanu as a life partner.
Pragya has ordered designer clothes for Abhi. Abhi likes it and calls her ‘fuggi’. Pragya gets happy because Abhi used to call her this name earlier. She requests Abhi to call her again with this name.
In the next scene, Purab calls Pragya and informs her that he found a girl who was also there at that party and she will expose Aaliya and Tanu.
Abhi meets Purab at the ceremony. He tells Purab that he was waiting for him. Pooja, the girl who has been called by Purab comes to the party. She tells Abhi and everyone that Tanu has lied to Abhi about whatever happened in the party, Tanu tries to interrupt her but Abhi stops Tanu and asks Pooja to tell whatever she knows about that night. Pooja tells that the party was Aaliya and Tanu’s game plan where Aaliya forcibly made him drink so much. And then, when Abhi was not in his full senses, Tanu got close to him and Aaliya clicked their pictures.Pooja tells him that he is not guilty. After listening to her, Abhi and Dadi get shocked and question
Pooja tells him that he is not guilty. After listening to her, Abhi and Dadi get shocked and question Aaliya about it. Aaliya manipulates the whole incident. She says that Pooja likes you very much and when she came to know about Abhi and Tanu’s wedding, she gets jealous. So, to spoil everything she made that story. Aaliya acts innocent and questions back Abhi that how can he blame his sister like this.
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