Lahori explains to Santosh that she shouldn't take Guddi and Rohan's attitude to be their sacrifice. He tells her that she should take Sanskar as her own son and forget that Guddi has given birth to him. Lahori shares his tension about Santosh with Ahmed. But when Ahmed decides to talk to Santosh, Lahori stops him. Mr. Kapoor and Gayatri explain to Chander that he should stop dreaming about marrying Santosh. Chander makes it clear to his parents that hereafter he will not agree to any of their condition. Inder requests his parents that they shouldn't pressurize Chander to get married. He tells them to fix his wedding date.
The story is about Lahori Ram and his 7 daughters: Santosh, Dinky, Bala, Guddi, Bunty, Munni, and Totey. Lahori Ram is a man of strong values and traditions and has not changed much even in these modern times. He has been both father and mother to his girls. He has given them all love and affection, but kept them within the constraints of a stern middle class morality. The bond between the sisters is extremely close. Their shared moments of happiness and grief, their love and admiration for their father and the desire never to hurt him, are their common ground. They get married into different families with varied backgrounds and cultural environments. This story deals with their struggle between their values and their adjustment to the new families.