Kumkum Bhagya Written Update
In the first scene of the episode, Rhea tells Pallavi that Ranbir is going to propose to her and make her wear the ring. Her prediction is that he will divorce Prachi the next day and that I will have a romantic relationship with him as a result.
Hearing this, Dida faints. Pallavi heads out to grab some water. Stanley is hiding in the kitchen cabinet. “( Pallavi heads to the water cooler. It is Ranbir’s responsibility to make his unconscious wife recognise him as her bahu, and Rhea informs Dida that she is the only one who can do so for him. Ranbir explains to Prachi that the door is locked.Prachi claims that you intentionally irritate me, which is why she dislikes you.
Ranbir deludes himself into believing that she is pregnant and experiencing mood swings as a result of her condition. Prachi tells him to stop talking and to simply vanish. He wants to know how I’m going to get out, but the door is locked. It is time for him to go to the restroom. Prachi attempts to open the door, believing that he lied to her. Ranbir had the idea of assisting Prachi in opening the door.
He asks her if she has any questions. Prachi begs him politely to stay away. The book on how to deal with a woman’s mood swings will be read by Ranbir, he says. He’s alarmed when he hears the noises. When he comes out, he discovers her lying on the floor, her head resting on her hands.
She rises and begs him to put his hand on hers. “Of course,” Ranbir says.Didn’t you see me tumble to the ground? Prachi inquires. He claims to have arrived as a result of hearing the noise. “I told you to always love me and never leave me,” she argues. “But… leave it.” She is arguing with him. “I trusted you, Ranbir,” he tells her as he cradles her in his arms. Because you didn’t believe in me, I’ve done exactly what you said I’d do.
He claims that Prachi told him that I had requested him not to go away from me. He claims to have never abandoned you. Because I requested you not to hurt my feelings, Prachi says, Ranbir claims that he never intended to hurt your feelings and that what transpired was entirely out of my control. Prachi claims that you are in love with Rhea and married her because of it.
Ranbir tells me he doesn’t want to tell you, but he has to. He invites her to join him. Prachi tells me the door is shut. We’re going through the window, according to Ranbir. Through the window, they exit. Vikram inquires, “Did you see Ranbir?” as do his customers. Pallavi claims she has no idea, but I do. Who does Vikram inquire about? Pallavi tells you who he considers to be his wife.
In her opinion, the definition of a wife is someone who spends time in a man’s room. If someone asks, I’ll tell them that Rhea is Pallavi’s bahu, and Ranbir’s wife, Prachi, is Prachi, adds Vikram, who claims he doesn’t want to answer her. When Aaliya hears them, she plans to use them as an opportunity to teach him something. Angry and disgruntled, Pallavi departs. Ranbir, according to Vikram, will make a choice.
On the patio, Ranbir asks Prachi whether she recalls their first encounter. She recalls him shirtless in the college changing room, flirting with other women, including her, but she ignored him. He asks her if she recalls what occurred on Rose Day and when I proposed to you. Prachi claims to recall every detail, so you’re simply hoping for the passage of time. As far as she’s concerned, I’m out of here. The music starts…
As the air nears him, he instructs her to take a deep breath and experience it. Prachi says sure, but I’d like to hear from you as well. So, do you remember when I was staring at you through the rain when you were drenched? “That was our first encounter,” he continues. “He tells me he initially fell in love with her when I observed her savouring every moment of her existence.”
She inquires as to why you’re making this up. He asks if I can speak for a moment. “I wanted to tell you something,” he says. He claims that on the way back from dropping you off, he saw us in a wedding party. In his words, “You are not just a part of my life; you are my complete life,” he explains.
Because of my doubts about your character, I lost my love for you, he claims. “I used to see you like the moon,” he confesses. Asserting his desire to live and to begin over with her as the motivation for his presence, he declares, “I will mend everything.” This star, moon, or other celestial object is calling to me, and I’d like to ring in a new chapter in our relationship by seeing it together.
According to him, we are bound together by our Kumkum Bhagya and will never be apart.He claims he loves you a lot and would like to start a new life with you if you feel the same way. Unless Rhea tells you otherwise, your life will come to an end when you reach a certain age. She accuses you of constantly siding with Prachi and ignoring me.
She threatens to make her life unpleasant for her and promises to return what she took from her in the first place. a psychotic case, according to Stanley. When Rhea hears a noise coming from the cabinet, she gets out of bed. She selects the bat that she will use to strike the ball with. To God be the glory, Stanley prays. It is Rhea’s turn. The blanket covers Stanley’s face. Rhea keeps her eyes fixed on the situation.
Why are you holding a bat? Pallavi inquires. It was as though Rhea had a person living inside of her. In Pallavi’s words, I’ll start by making Mom Ji drink some water. There is no doubt in Rhea’s mind, however, that she is intoxicated. Stanley is convinced that he must leave the area as soon as possible. He gets down on his hands and knees and makes his way out the door. Pallavi and Rhea turn to see what’s behind them.
Prachi confronts Ranbir, asking why he does this to her so frequently and whether he has any sympathy for her. There is nothing wrong with the relationship, but you don’t want to be a part of it. “You go back to Rhea every time I say I love you,” she tells me. She tells me she normally attends your lectures, but she won’t this time. He tells me that he understands how much you’ve harmed me.
Prachi claims that you don’t know. Even I, he claims, was upset but didn’t say anything about it. He claims that I have become engrossed in my work. He claims that if you had stopped or if I had stopped you that night, the story would have been different. He promises to love her till the day he dies. He claims to be her baklu, the man she adores dearly, and claims that he has been fixated on her for most of his life.
He begs her to reconsider and give him another opportunity. He claims that when he came racing to you that night, I collided with something and ended up on the ground. So, he continues, “I am not furious with you for concealing such significant information from me since I repented a great deal that night.” He tells her that he knows everything about their pregnancy and that she will be the mother of his child. Prachi is overcome with emotion.
Ranbir accuses you of hiding this information from me in order to punish me. He questions whether or not I am deserving of this joy. He apologises profusely as he goes on his knees. A Sadak song is currently playing… With his hand in Prachi’s, he gazes towards the sky.
During the prequel, Prachi inquires about Ranbir’s affection, which he doesn’t comprehend. He asserts that what I said was genuine and came from the heart.
She says, “You should have divorced Rhea before coming to me if you genuinely want to start a new life with me and make our baby happy.” “Listen,” Ranbir pleads with her. Pushing him away, Prachi says she doesn’t want to hear from him. On the opposite hand, he collapses, and she falls to the ground flat on her back. I hear her yell, “My baby!”