Manju decides to drop Ansh home but her husband stops her and points out that the child was like a lottery ticket for them as he was the son of a wealthy family. When Manju refuses to follow her husband's instructions, he assaults her. He also threatens to kill Ansh if Manju refused to follow his instructions. Meanwhile, Aarti and Yash reach Manju's house. While searching for Ansh in a shanty area, the couple had learnt that Ansh was with Manju. When Aarti knocks the door, Ansh hears her voice and cries for help. Manju's husband shuts Ansh's mouth and sneaks out of the house along with Ansh and Manju, through the window. Meanwhile, Yash breaks open the door but fails to find anybody in the house. Later Manju's husband calls up at Scindia Mansion and asks Surajpratap to pay him Rs 10 crore as a ransom to get Ansh freed. Manju's husband threatens to kill Ansh, if the family refused to pay him. Manju, however, is concerned about Ansh. She wishes to reunite Ansh with his mother and prays to God to help her. Gayatri and Yash's aunt get surprised when Surajpratap states that Ansh was his family member and so he would try his best to get him freed. Pankaj calls up Yash and informs him about the kidnapper's call. Aarti is taken aback when she learns about it and falls down unconscious. When Paridi returns home, she learns about Ansh and gets worried. Pratik gets furious at Paridi for not neither receiving his calls nor returning home early. The Police Commissioner visits Scindia Mansion and assures to locate Ansh soon. A concerned Aarti rages at the Commissioner and questions him about the progress in the case. Yash tries to pacify Aarti and asks him to trust the Commissioner. Yash requests the Commissioner that the police should search for Ansh in civil dress. Yash fears that the kidnapper may harm Ansh, if he learns that the police were trying to search for Ansh. A panicked Aarti insults the Commissioner and asks him to leave. She asserts that she would not spare anybody, if Ansh gets hurt.
Shaadi do bar ho sakti hai...lekin....
Kya vishwaas do bar ban sakta hai?
Kya sapne dobara sanjoye ja sakte hai?
Aur kya pyaar dobara ho sakta hai?
It's said that Marriage is an institution that brings two hearts closer, but can marriage be that institution which brings two broken hearts together?.
Does Marriage only happen once and remain for lifetime? Does Remarriage equate to marriage...does a person feel the same excitement, same enthusiasm about his remarriage as he felt about his first marriage. Along with remarriage , the duties, responsibilities remain the same as marriage , even if you dont wish to yet you have to fulfil these duties. Expectations from such remarriage remain the same as the first marriage, does an individual feel the same enthusiasm to fufill these dreams and expectations as the first marriage ?
Thus Punar Vivaah is a story about two individuals who are heartbroken, two individuals who have shared their lives with some one else earlier, who have shared those magical moments of first marriage with someone else yet due to circumstances now they are bonded into the holy institution of marriage for a second time and from there begins the journey they embark upon thereafter