Jhumpa arrives at Sharma Niwas along with two men and asks Kutumb to vacate the house. Inder, who is on the terrace, hears Jhumpa's voice and decides to go downstairs but Rishi stops him. When Kutumb refuses to vacate the house, Jhumpa asserts that she was the owner of the house. Munna gets furious when Jhumpa pushes Kutumb. Meanwhile, Inder manages to come downstairs. Jhumpa, who is unaware that Inder has not been able to sell the house, reveals to the family that she and Inder had planned to takeover the house. She further reveals that it was her plan to throw Inder out of the house so that Kutumb allows him to stay in Sharma Niwas. Jhumpa adds that Inder had no interest in reuniting with Kutumb and her family. The family is left shocked while Inder is left worried. Kutumb orders the goons she has hired to throw Kutumb and her family out of the house but Inder stops her. Rishi intervenes and states that Indira had warned the family earlier about Inder's intentions but they did not paid heed to her. Jhumpa is shocked on learning from Rishi that Indira had the Power of Attorney of the house before Inder could register the house and so he could not sell the house. Jhumpa gets furious at Inder. Jhumpa further gets furious when Munna asks her to leave the house. Before leaving, Jhumpa threatens to teach Inder a lesson. The Managing Director of Diwan builders, Sameer Diwan arrives in his office. Diwan Builders is the group to whom Indira has sold Sharma Niwas. Sameer questions his secretary on whose authorization had the company bought Sharma Niwas. Before the secretary could reveal the truth, a young woman enters Sameer's cabin and questions him why did he not inform her about Ricky's arrival.
Weighed down considerably by the enormous responsibility of single-handedly providing for her large family, young Indira Sharma (played by Rati Pandey) throws herself into the daunting task and the well-being of her family becomes her sole agenda in life. In facing the daily challenges thrown her way on both the home and work front, she loses her sense of humour, her ability to feel finer emotions and becomes a regimental disciplinarian, a workaholic and a perfectionist who is almost always on the verge of losing her cool. Enter then, Rishi (played by Sumit Vats), a tenant whose sunny smile, light-hearted wit and jovial spirit comes like a breath of fresh air for a family that is beginning to feel exasperated under the reign of their Hitler Didi. Will sparks fly when such sharply contrasting personalities cross paths under the same roof? Will Rishi be successful in getting Indira to smile, dream and love all over again? Only time will tell!