Jai Kanhaiya Lal Ki Written Update
We see Vrinda arguing against Radha’s participation in the toli right from the beginning of this episode. Rani/queens, she claims, cannot be in their toli since they all see themselves as equals in the eyes of the community. Balram attempts to talk sense into her, but she only lashes out at him.
When Kanha asks about fighting the asur, Balram says he can, but not with Vrinda.
Kanha proposes a game of “hide and seek.” According to Kanha’s suggestion, Balram explains the regulations in detail. While everyone else stays hidden, Kanha begins his quest for toli. Stepping inside his leela, he gets tangled in a thorn. That pain is felt by Radha. Kanha bursts into tears.
It’s obvious that Toli is anxious about Kanha, so he asks Balram to take him home. Kanha refuses to leave. Kanha is OK, according to Balram. When Balrma’s brother is in danger, Vrinda wonders how Balrma can be so cruel to him.
Balram asserts that Kanha is capable of hiding and that Radha has the power to find them all. In order to find out if Radha is on board, Vrinda gets Balram to inquire. Kanha approaches Radha and invites her to join him. Radha is of the same opinion.
Playing hide and seek with Toli is back on the agenda. His toli will accept her if Kanha can persuade them to do so. He portrays himself as though he is about to tumble into a river. Radha protects him from self-inflicted wounds.
Toli is awestruck and sings Radha’s praises. Their toli accepts her. Radha expresses her gratitude to Kanha for his support. Toli immediately begins a game of hide-and-seek.
Kans’ troops deliver food and cash to Barsana, where they present it to Vrishbhan. Vrishbhan thanked them and asked the inhabitants of Barsana to choose anything they needed.
Soldiers ask Vrishbhan for assistance in entering Vrindavan. Vrishbhan agrees. Vrishbhan promises to write Nand a letter. Toli has noticed a change in the colour of the river. Vrinda claims that Radha’s arrival in Vrindavan brought bad luck.
Kahna tries to figure out a way to convey to Toli who is behind all of this: the one sitting within Yamuna.
Radha inquires about Kanha’s horoscope.
Kanha gushes about her good fortune in settling in Vrindavan. He tells Balram about the Kalia snake, which he says is in the Yamuna.