Its Pongal Celebrations in Iyer family, and Lohri Celebrations in Bhalla house. With both families celebrating the functions together and getting a hold of the rituals and significance, Raman and Ishita are still annoyed with each other. Raman realizes his mistake of shouting on Ishita, and making her away from Adi. He makes efforts to talk to her and apologize, and she does not talk to him. Raman and Ishita dress in the Tamilian clothes for Pongal, and he takes a step to fix the Gajra, but misses the chance as Ruhi enters and does the bit. Ruhi fixes the Gajra and helps Ishita in getting ready. Both the mum and daughter dress elaborately for the function and leave Raman behind. Raman stares at Ishita in love and is mesmerized by her angry Madrasan look. He loses the chance of patching up.
Raman gets irritated seeing Ashok and Mihika at Iyer house. Mihika comes home for the first time after her marriage, and hopes Ashok keeps her respect. Ashok also dresses in Tamilian clothes, and acts good towards Iyers. Later on, Ashok gets drunk knowing he has to attend the festive puja, and behaves weird to shame Mihika. He provokes Mihir by his comments and also annoys Raman. Mihir gets raged, but Raman controls Mihir’s anger. On the other hand, Shagun tries hard to win Mrs. Bhalla’s heart and shows she is just perfect for Raman. Adi finds his good support in Mrs. Bhalla and Shagun too realizes the weak link in Bhalla house. She manipulates Mrs. Bhalla using Adi. Shagun calls her friends and introduces Ishita well, as Raman’s wife, and makes her feel Raman belonged to her before. Will Ishita realize the problem she created for herself by letting Shagun dominate her life? Keep reading.