The drama quotient is upped some more in this episode and it starts off with Shagun, Raman and Pihu at a pretty roadside Italian restaurant. Shagun broaches the topic of Ishita again, and Raman flies off his handle predictably and yells at Shagun for mentioning Ishita’s name, even telling her that she thinks of her more than him (I agree completely). But the unexpected bit is when Ruhi suddenly turns up and lambasts Raman for badmouthing Ishita. This part is not scripted and Ruhi still has no idea of what’s going on. And the fact that she is has Raman’s blood in her is proved when she leaves absolutely no stone unturned in giving him a piece of her mind and blames both him and Ishita for becoming selfish and choosing to move on with their lives, doing as they please. After this, Shagun is quite convinced of the duo’s hatred for each other, though she is now curious to find out who is Ishita’s new boyfriend.
Back home, our detective Adi is on a dinner date with Aliya to pacify her and explain to her. He’s almost succeeded and promised to not answer his phone and Aliya is almost convinced and less pissed off, until the moment when Ruhi calls. He answers and Ruhi is in hysterics and in tears. She complains to Adi about all that she’s seen and heard and throws a full fledged hissy fit, just like Shagun. And Adi now enters into panic mode and suddenly gets up to go outside to talk, and in doing so, upturns the table on Aliya, and all the food spills on her. No points for guessing what happens to her mood now. And Aliya leaves in a huff, angry and hurt even as Adi is happily rambling away on his phone with Ruhi. By the time he’s realised, she’s left.
Cut to an angry Aliya packing her bags for Bangkok when she receives paper planes with ‘sorry’ written on them and she opens the door to find Adi with stickers on his face, looking all apologetic and embarrassed. Adi goes to the extent of performing ridiculous antics with tin cans and almost falls down, until Aliya stops him, at which point he tells her their whole mission of saving their parents’ marriage.
Meanwhile, Raman, Ishita and Vidyut sit and discuss all about their future plans with regard to Shagun and Pihu. They decide that Shagun needs to keep on being interested in Vidyut so that she can hand off Pihu’s custody to Raman when the time comes. Vidyut too realises that Shagun is a person who only does flings, even as Raman mentions a vital truth about her, that she only likes the men who are twisted and carry the ‘Casanova and rich’ tag. The trio plan to have Vidyut take her on a date to the vineyards and charm her some more, just to get Pihu’s custody.
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