Mr. Kapoor meets Lahori and informs him about the date suggested by the priest for Inder and Bunty's wedding. He also tells Lahori that Chander has refused to get married. Ahmed suggests Lahori to get Bunty, Munni and Nigode married at the same time. But Santosh asks Lahori to take Mr. Kapoor's opinion too. Lahori speaks to Gayatri about it, and she tells him that she has no objection. Lahori asks Chaganlal and Adarsh if they are okay with the same date fixed for Bunty's wedding. Adarsh agrees.
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.