In Silsila Badalte Rishton Ka, Nandini and Kunal have realized their love for each other, and shatter with the realization, since they can’t hurt Mauli in any way. Kunal and Mauli return home from the accident site. Nandini finds them drained down emotionally. Kunal just recollects Nandini’s love confession and stays away from her with a motive to end his feelings. Mauli stays in fear which she just experienced. Nandini finds Mauli crying and gets too worried. She asks Mauli what’s the matter that is breaking her down. Mauli gets Nandini’s shoulder to weep on. Nandini consoles Mauli. Mauli shares her problem with Nandini. She tells Nandini how she reached late at the accident site and found Kunal, she was shattering with the thought of losing Kunal forever. She expresses her love for Kunal in front of Nandini.
Nandini asks her to calm down, as Kunal is completely safe now. Mauli tells Nandini that it was tough for her to act strong in front of everyone, she just fell weak with her fears overpowering.
Mauli says Kunal is my world, if anyone snatches him from me, everything will be finished, my life will be ruined, he isn’t just my husband or love, he is my life, I felt like losing my life today. Nandini feels her responsibility towards Mauli. She wants to keep her friend away from sorrow. Mauli tells Nandini that she would die without Kunal, she can’t imagine her life without him. Nandini feels guilty of her love confession to Kunal. She doesn’t want Mauli to know about it. She hates herself for getting feelings for Kunal.
Nandini can’t do injustice with Mauli, since Mauli is the one who brought the ray of light and hope in Nandini’s life again. She can’t imagine breaking Mauli’s family. Kunal too fights with his feelings. Nandini takes a big decision. She tells Mauli that she wants to move out, as she has become independent now. She hopes to control her feelings if she stays away from Kunal. Will Nandini and Kunal succeed in controlling their growing feelings? Keep reading.
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