Ronak develops a good bonding with Muskaan. She always surprises him. He thinks she is unpredictable, since she speaks up in situations where he doesn’t expect and stays silent when someone asks her about family. Ronak meets her and gets the tiffin from her. Muskaan tells him that she has come for studies, he shouldn’t stop her every day. Ronak gets bothered by her behavior. He makes her participate in debate and asks her to express her views on the brothels. Muskaan tells him that the women living in brothels are always human and helpless that they can’t live as normal society. Ronak tells her that such women break homes and good families.
He holds such women responsible for breaking many marriages. He tells the bad effects of brothels, which is evident to everyone. Muskaan tells him that he can’t judge anyone without knowing well, he should meet such women if he wants to know them closely, if he can really solve their problem. Ronak asks her why is she defending such women, as if she also belongs to such defamed place. She gets speechless when he questions her about her house address. Muskaan doesn’t answer him and runs away.