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Bindu bridges the gap between Manak and Uday in Kyun Utthe Dil Chhod Aaye

Randhir declares at the beginning of the episode, “I am prepared to offer Kaveri my entire property.” Amrit claims that it is not about property but rather rights; I don’t want our baby to experience discrimination, and girls also need equal rights. She claims that Nalini has always put her responsibilities first but that she was never given the right to the kingdom because she always needed her boys, who gave us the freedom to view men and women differently. I’m proud of your ideas, Mohan, adds Randhir, and my signs will be required. Amrit asserts, “I’m confident we’ll persuade Mohan.” Kaveri is our family, Randhir, so please forgive her and accept her once more, she says. No, Amrit, I don’t concur with you, he says. Caveri sobs. Randhir claims that if she hadn’t tried to harm my family, I would have forgiven her. He leaves. Amrit requests that Nalini and Bindu comprehend this in order to at least alter the society of men. She requests their assistance. I’m always here for you, Bindu says, and I’m proud of you. I don’t know when or how my irritation with Kaveri will pass, but I respect your perspective and agree with it, says Nalini. Thanks to Amrit, Kaveri A doctor examines Vashma. She will be OK shortly, he promises. He leaves. Uday embraces Manak. He claims Vashma improved as a result of your help. We shall create kada for him, according to Manak. If Uday asks him to assist, his mother will be in good hands.

My mom is alright, according to Manak. As they chat, Manak and Uday sit. Manak claims I always felt homesick at my Nani’s house. Uday suffers a hand burn. Manak looks out for him. Uday is asked to dip his hand in water. Manak calling him dad is what he imagines. Running to Vashma, Uday. He claims that you became conscious and points to Manak, our Kabir. The dream of Uday ends. Manak queries what transpired and why you fled and arrived here. Uday sobs as he looks at Vashma. I will wait when you call your parents, he says, “I know you love them.” Vashma receives Manak’s hand from him. For Amrit, Randhir receives milk. I will have it tomorrow, she replies. He provides for her food. Lifted by him. He forces her to sit. He tells you to consume these laddoos right away because your weight has decreased. She rejects. He offers it to her. They converse and embrace. She claims that you are on board with her and that she has made plans and will take action. He queries what. She pens a piece of property.

Uday arrives at Amrit in the morning. Mangoes are procured for her. Where is Kabir, he inquires. Manak doesn’t know his real name, she says, so we’ll just call him Manak. Are you instructing hockey to someone else? Manak approaches you. No, according to Amrit, we were considering changing your name to Kabir, which is excellent. I won’t alter; my name is Manak Pratap Singh, he asserts. He’s asked by Bindu to accompany Uday. She is invited to go along by Manak. No need, you can leave, she says. Manak claims that I never matured. You become Kanha forever, Uday says; let’s celebrate. No need, Manak responds; I’ll take up my mother’s role as Kanha. No, according to Bindu; Uday will get you ready this year. Manak cries out in anger, “You don’t love me.” He leaves. She sobs, warning that I’ll feel lonely without him. It’s so depressing, adds Nalini, that we must take action to improve the atmosphere in the home.

There is only one way, claims Amrit. The group meets the party leader with Nalini. He claims that Amrit called me and that she has a fresh play idea. What play, queries Nalini. Randhir travels with Amrit. According to Randhir, we considered telling a tale. According to Amrit, the play we are doing, A Piece of Land, is about a woman who was rendered helpless by her family. The man compliments her abilities. He says that doing this will improve the image of our party; get to work on the plans; we’ll support you. This time, according to Amrit, people will take action after viewing the show; it won’t only be for their amusement.

 

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