Jagannath Aur Purvi Ki Dosti Anokhi 8th June 2022 Written Update Episode

Deepa And Isha Leave For Delhi

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Jagannath Aur Purvi Ki Dosti Anokhi Written Update

When Isha opens the episode by saying she went shopping, she mentions that she bought gifts for her friends and Purvi. She asks Purvi to double-check after they’re done, so she can be sure. “You didn’t get anything for me,” says Kusum.

Isha says she’ll wrap herself up as a surprise for you. Kusum has asked me to do the aarti, and I’m happy to oblige. Jagannath, hurry up! She claims you arrived late and we were about to leave. He admits that he was late and that his task didn’t get done. Asking for clarification, Kusum inquires about the nature of the task. It appears he thought I was on my way to acquire something delicious for Deepa.

Deepa inquires as to the whereabouts of the laddoos… I only got one laddoo, he claims, since I was running late. Deepa eats her laddoo by passing it around to everyone else. Deepa tears as she cradles him in her arms.

Kusum does aarti for Isha and Deepa and then hugs both of them. If Purvi doesn’t consider for a second, Isha tells her, she won’t find a better match than Kashi. Eventually, Deepa and Isha pack up their things and head off.

He sheds tears. Awkwardness is not Kusum’s intention. Purvi reports that Uncle is having a breakdown. He rejects the idea. She tells me to lie down and stop sobbing. He claims that you are no longer afraid of me.

Kusum advises, “Alok is still afraid of you.” In his sasural, according to what he claims, He’s off. Deepa was reportedly forgiven by Purvi’s uncle, but Alok had not been. Kusum attributes this to his father. Purvi is taken by her and she reminisces about the past. Purvi said that her uncle has taken good care of the family photos.

It kills Kusum to open the box and hear his father’s praise, but Jagannath’s father was a barrister, and he was afraid of him. He wanted him to succeed, but his father didn’t laud him, even though he’d done well in school; he wanted his son to become a barrister. “This isn’t fair,” Purvi argues.

Now Alok is doing the same thing Kusum claims he did with him. Purvi claims that his father gave him a pen as a promotion gift, according to his uncle. “It was my dad’s present to him,” Kusum insists. “It was all my dad’s fault.” She looks through her diary. Purvi accepts her permission to read the diary and begins to read it.

Purvi checks it out. No mention of Jagannath is made in this. Kashi inquires as to where you’d want to head. She tells me she wants me to do something for her because childhood scars never heal, and if we don’t assist him, this agony will be passed down the generations.

Kashi inquires as to our plans. She insists that we bring Uncle and his father together. Kashi claims that his father died. She claims that her father is still alive in his mind, and that we must help him remember the past.

Purvi returns to her residence. Kusum is shown the pen. She wants to know why she did this. She claims you did it to lessen the distance between them, so we’ll work to bring dad and son closer together. Kusum asks her to do so. If you know your Sasur’s words, then Purvi tells me I can’t do this. She hands Kusum the pen. Cry and think of Jagannath for Kusum.

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