Sunaina gets busy ordering the cooks to prepare food for Mr Chaddha's wedding party which has taken Sharma Niwas on rent for five days for his daughter's wedding ceremony. Indira decides to lodge a police complaint against Sameer for secretly fixing a CCTV camera in her room. When Indira calls up the police, Rishi stops her and snatches the cell phone from her hand. He advises Indira not to lodge a complaint against Sameer as it won't help her to teach Sameer a lesson. Meanwhile, the wedding procession arrives at Sharma Niwas. Kutumb calls out to Indira and asks her to come downstairs as the wedding procession had arrived. Munna offers cold drinks to the guests. Indira gets irritated when she sees Munna flirting with one of the guests. He praises the jewelry worn by the woman. He is surprised on learning that the woman was wearing imitation jewelry and that she had kept her gold jewelry in the bag. Munna gets awestruck when Mr Chadda hands over eight boxes of necklaces to Indira and asks her to keep them safely. Indira doubts Munna's intentions and believes that it won't be safe to keep the jewelry in the house. She fears that Munna may rob them. Inder is concerned about Indira as she has to take care of the family. He expresses his worries to Kutumb and decides to help Indira. Inder wishes to reopen his shop but he does not have enough money to do so. He decides to seek Indira's help to manage the money. Inder has some selfish intentions and so therefore requests Kutumb to convince Indira. Kutumb, who is unaware about Inder's intentions, agrees to help him.
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!