Sooraj sacrifices Sandhya for Bhabho in Diya Aur Baati Hum


diya aur baati hum sooraj and sandhya

Sandhya has got her third memo, by which she can join her ASP post again. She has given respect back to Bhabho. Babasa is worried as he hears neighbors passing comments on Bhabho’s mental state. He regards Sandhya responsible for all this. While Sooraj and Sandhya take care of Bhabho. Babasa asks them to do a favor and asks Sooraj and Sandhya to leave from their house. A shocked Sooraj does not know what to say, and Sandhya is adamant that she won’t go. Babasa does not change his decision, and asks them to pack their bags. Sandhya has gone away from the house, by Babasa’s orders to leave the house and be away from Bhabho. Sandhya has made Sooraj stay with Bhabho, as she knows Sooraj can’t live without Bhabho.

Sooraj is Bhabho’s obedient son and tries hard to make Bhabho smile and come out of the trauma. Sooraj reads Ramayan for Bhabho and wants to see her in house. Bhabhho gets unwell seeing a mark on his hand. Sooraj is preaching Bhabho and wants to make her forget the hijack incident. He reads Ramayan and explains her the meanings. Chaturi gives the radio to Sooraj, and they hear Sandhya on the radio. Bhabho is touched by Sandhya’s words and says Sandhya is her medicine. Sooraj and Sandhya are incomplete without each other. Sooraj has become best son to save his mother from death, and what will he do to become best husband. Sooraj has sacrificed his wife for his mum. What will Sandhya do to win Babasa’s trust again? Keep reading.


  1. This serial was ways always considered as an example for others to give women importance to their career and education. But this time 2 major flaws, one that she fulfilled their duty and was faithful towards her work at same time she took possible measure to save all.
    Secondly suraj choosing his mother over his wife. When u get a woman in life , how can u leave her mid way if any problem. Last and not the least if he goes n get sandhay back and if she goes back that will be worse