Indira gets shocked when she sees her cartoon sketch published in the newspaper along with Rishi's apology letter. Munna, Sunaina and Kutumb are surprised on reading the letter and try to convince Indira to forgive Rishi. Before leaving for work, Indira warns the family not to subscribe the newspaper from the following day. On her way to the office, Indira gets furious when she hears some men discussing about Rishi's apology letter in the newspaper. Later in a bus, she sees some passengers reading the same letter in the newspaper. She further gets furious when one of the passengers recognizes her. Indira is surprised when she sees Rishi in the same bus. When Rishi apologizes to her, she fumes with anger and gets down from the bus immediately. In the office, Indira receives Munna's call. He informs her that the doctor has decided to discharge Inder from the hospital. Indira tells Munna that she had already paid the bill and so he can take Inder home. When Munna asks Indira for the taxi fare, Indira gets irritated and tells him to borrow money from his fiends. Before disconnecting the call, Munna questions Indira about Rishi's letter. She gets furious and asks him to mind his own business. When Indira returns home, she brings Inder's medicine and hands it over to Kutumb. Indira is furious when she sees Sameer in her room. On enquiring, she learns that Sameer had helped Munna to bring Inder home. Indira gets furious and asks Sameer to leave. She further fumes with anger when Sameer holds her
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!