When Mastani and Baji reach the arena, Baji asks whether she is ready to fight against him. Mastani claims that since he is battling against you, he is unconcerned with the result. They begin to battle with swords. Baji maintains his dominance over Mastani, telling him that he has no idea what it’s like to be a warrior. He claims that you are made of glass and are spoilt. Mastani claims, “People call me illegitimate because I am the daughter of a dancer,” but “I didn’t anticipate this disrespect from you.”
She claims that her father created her a princess, but that she does not live a lavish lifestyle since she is part Hindu and half Muslim. Every day, I have to battle for my identity. They’re engaged in a fierce sword duel, and Mastani is ready to collapse, but Baji holds her and they lock gazes. Baji recognises Kashi’s voice and departs.
I want to shatter Kashi’s ego, Radha informs Keshav. They can hear Kashi approaching and people singing her name. Kashi is in peril, according to Radha, since Shahu is on our side this time.
Baji writes to Kashi in a letter, saying, “I met a girl here named Mastani, she is not a gorgeous princess, but a warrior like myself.” He rips the letter up because he feels I shouldn’t tell Kashi about another female.
Kashi enters the courtroom and informs Shahu that I was falsely accused, but this is not the case. Kashi and I, says Keshav, are in love. Everyone is chanting against him. When Keshav announces he wants to call some witnesses, he first summons Krishna. You’re against me, according to Kashi?
Krishna claims that you used evidence and witnesses to punish me and our father. Keshav is saying the truth, Krishna assures Shahu. Kashi is my sister, according to Shuibai, but Keshav is speaking the truth. Kashi is taken aback and asks, “Are you saying all of this for your own sister?”
I am a witness for Kashi, Mohini informs Shahu. Krishna and Shuibai have been planning against Kashi in order to exact vengeance. Mohini, according to Keshav, is siding with her daughter. Keshav requests Shahu to carry out the justice since the only witnesses are members of her family. Kashi may have a nice character, but she couldn’t show it, therefore I’ve decided she can’t live as a Peshwan any longer, according to Shahu.
I’m sorry, but I didn’t have a chance to present my case, Kashi explains. What do you want to say, Shahu? You know your sister is innocent, yet you’re still doing this, Kashi informs Krishna. She urges Shuibai to make a commitment to her unborn child, who is a liar in this world. She tells the judge that this dispute is now for her life and death. Shuibai is told by Kashi to bless her. She accepts Radha’s blessing and declares, “I don’t have a choice anymore.”
Baji informs his troops that no one has ever come close to him in a sword fight, but Mastani has, thus she will be his right hand in battle. Mastani believes I aspire to be his life’s right hand.