October 6, 2016 10:24:30 pm
Abhi sends Pragya to Daadi for telling the truth about Abhi’s proposal to Tanu. Pragya tells the truth but, Daadi doesn’t believe in anything. Abhi enters the room and tells Daadi and Daasi that he had to do this to keep the family’s reputation intact. So that media couldn’t tag Abhi’s family with bad remarks. Abhi asks Daadi if he did any wrong, but Daadi nods and says that he did the right thing. Abhi leaves, but Daadi asks Pragya why she didn’t stop him from proposing Tanu. Pragya answers that she is happy if Abhi is happy and she can do anything for his happiness. She has left everything on her destiny. She cries and then she leaves the room. Daadi tells Daasi that she won’t keep quiet and she will do something to bring Abhi and Pragya closer.
At Pragya’s home, Sarla asks Beeji how she can be happy if Pragya is sad. She further questions Beeji that what is going on in Pragya’s life and what is she up to. Beeji tells her that she shouldn’t worry about Pragya as she is sorted in her life.
In the next scene, Aaliya sees Pragya and gets shocked as she earlier assumed that Pragya won’t come closer to Abhi after whatever happened. Aaliya asks her why is she here. To which Pragya replies that she won’t keep quiet and she will tell all the truth of Tanu and Aaliya to Abhi as she very well knows that how they made him propose Tanu. Pragya says that she can tell all the truth to Abhi and once Abhi will regain his memory, then they won’t be able to show their face to him.
Pragya enters Abhi’s room and asks if she can come in. She sees Abhi in an awkward situation, adjusting his pants. Abhi says that he has become fat and he wants to look like he used to look 2 years back. Pragya in a haste, says, that he can try his another pant as he gets every pant stitched in two sizes.
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