In the October 18 episode of Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke, Shail gets shocked when she receives Mayank's letter. The letter read that Mayank is leaving the house. Later, Shail lies to the family that Mayank had called her up. She assures the family that Mayank is safe. To teach Gunjan and the other girls a lesson, Vihaan deliberately adds extra spices to the food. Gunjan smartly handles the situation. The next day, Vihaan plays a prank on Gunjan by throwing a rubber snake toy in her direction. Gunjan gets frightened of the rubber snake toy. In fright, Gunjan trips and injures herself. When Rajeev learns about Gunjan's accident, he questions the students about the prank. Watch latest "Sapne Suhane Ladakpan Ke" Episodes on http://www.zeetv.com
Gunjan, is a smart, suave 17 year old Mumbai, big city girl, who has a wonderful relationship with her mother Sneha. Tragically, Sneha is diagnosed with cancer and dies soon leaving behind a lifetime of void in her young daughter Gunjan's life. Her dad wants to take her to Australia with him where he has a big business, but Gunjan's maasi, Shail now takes her under her wings and requests her to come and stay with her. Gunjan now moves to Banaras with her maasi. Here in the city of Banaras, in her masi's home has to share her room with Rachna, Shail's 16 year old daughter. Gunjan from her own nuclear family in Mumbai nowcomes to Banaras to live in a joint family headed by Dayal (Rachna's father) who runs a garment shop and lives with his two brothers and their family under one roof. Gunjan is told to share the room with RACHNA a long haired girl, wearing a loose suit so that her figure cannot be seen properly, her eyebrows still not made – a complete contrast to Gunjan. Rachna is brought up in a very traditional and conservative manner in a middle class Banaras household. Shail's husband, Dayal, Rachna's father has laid down strict rules and regulations for Rachna. However, Gunjan has been brought up in a free and spirited environment in Mumbai, now begins to feel a little stuck in the small town of Banaras, but for Rachna, Gunjan is like a window to a world that she has neither lived or wants to experience. Thus begins the story of Gunjan and Rachna, a story of young girls who are like chalk and cheese – one is smart and suave and the other gawky and awkward. Gunjan speaks without thinking and Rachna has been taught to never question anything. Rachna has an elder sister Pihu who was married early and she knew her father Dayal wanted a son the second time and has not loved her that much but she is her mother's ladli. Rachna has also vowed never to do anything which may upset her father and the brunt comes on her mother. Gunjan finds herself in this whirlwind situation where she has to adjust to the new family and specially Rachna. On the other hand gunjan is like a “new attraction” a “ajooba” to Rachna's family. After the initial conflict between the two sisters, slowly they form a bond…they both are head strong girls but both nice at heart. Will they get to enjoy those wonder years before they are pressurised by their families to get married and live a life that's expected from them? Will Gunjan and Rachna bring the change in the life's of women who wants to relive their aspirations? Will Gunjan and Rachna become the role models for the sisters who have left their relations in keeping up with their own family responsibilities? Will they bring back the sweet memories of sibling bond and love once more in forefront ? This is a story of love, everlasting friendship, the joys of sharing & caring, the fights and the make ups between sisters who may not be related by blood but form a connection that completes each other.