Kumkum Bhagya New Leap Begins 7th November 2023. Prachi gets worried for Ranbir. She tells Akshay that he can do anything he wants, but if anything happens to Ranbir, then she will not spare him. Mihika declares that she will marry Ranbir, and nobody can stop her. Prachi doesn’t want to tolerate anything getting against Ranbir. Ranbir clears to Mihika that he doesn’t love her. He doesn’t want Mihika to harm Prachi. Mihika threatens Ranbir madly. She says that she will kill Prachi and Ranbir will be left with no option but to accept her. Akshay and Mihika’s evil will strike Ranbir and Prachi. Ranbir and Prachi’s story is going to come to an end. Their death scene will be seen.
In the new promo, the new leap story is seen. Prachi and Ranbir’s daughter Purvi’s story will be seen after the leap. Purvi and Rajvansh’s love story begins. They fall in love. Their hearts get connected. Purvi gets married to Rajvansh and takes the marriage vows by her heart. Rajvansh doesn’t fulfill the vows and leaves the rituals incomplete. Purvi loves him, unaware that he has no feelings for her. What’s the reason for Rajvansh’s indifference? Keep reading.
The Makhwanas had planned a Bhoomi puja, but the ceremony was unexpectedly disrupted by Dolly’s presence. To avoid punishment, Dolly quickly shifted the blame onto Natasha, who happened to be on her period. In the previous episode, when the priest requested fruits, Amrish instructed Dolly to pass them. However, Chirag stopped her, pointing out that she was not allowed to handle food while menstruating. One of the girls then showed Dolly a live feed with comments from viewers. While Natasha tried to mention some negative comments as well, Amrish scolded her for interrupting. This led to guests taunting Amrish and telling him to take care of the women in his household. Amrish felt humiliated and Dolly’s father even apologized and left. Later on, Dolly blamed Natasha for dragging her along to the puja and causing all the trouble. An angry Amrish advanced towards Natasha but Dhawal intervened and stood protectively in front of her.