Anandi meets Jagya and convinces him to move on in life. She is shocked when he reveals he can’t, because of his feelings for her. Anandi also talks to Shiv about Jagya. She also informs the panchayat about her resignation from the post of the sarpanch.
Diya Aur Baati Aum
Emily joins the Rathi family in the village and meets Maasa. Bhabho warns her about Maasa’s high hopes. But she ends up suggesting Maasa to take a sip of brandy when she feels cold.
...and hits and misses of last week
Cheers: Qubool hai
The revelation of Zoya’s father was quite a surprise. It even cracked the mystery of the dead woman in the doll factory. Alka Kaushal’s (who plays Razia) acting is superlative. She’s able to portray the dual nature of her character, which is innocent yet vicious.
It’s shocking to see how an educated girl like Meethi, who could smell a rat when Mukta tried to help her, be so naïve as to not see the ploys of her in-laws. Her blind trust in her husband and in-laws is unbelievable and takes away from the intregity of her character.