Kabeer and Zara love each other a lot. They have a moment. Zara is testing his love. She has filed the case against Kabeer, while fighting for the women rights. Their ideologies don’t match. They have a sweet talk before the meeting. They get against when the Shariah board meeting goes on. Zara tells them that women can also worship in the Mosque. She expects Kabeer to support her and understand her one day. The decision gets in Zara’s favor when she justifies her request. Kabeer gets displeased with the decision. He strongly opposes Zara’s mindset. Zara doesn’t want their clashes to affect their personal life.
Zara and other women offer prayers in the Mosque by having a cloth partition. Kabeer gets upset with Zara for going against him and his ethics. He feels women shouldn’t offer Namaaz in the Mosque. She proves that women are given this right by Lord, as women and men are equal in front of the Lord. She tells him that society shouldn’t get biased. They both are fighting for their own causes. He doesn’t talk to her. Their ego clashes makes them apart. She wants Kabeer to have a broad mindset. She tries that her marriage relationship doesn’t spoil.