Shukracharya is promised by Rahu and Ketu that they would thwart Krishna’s plans and cause him difficulty. They are instructed by Shukracharya to deceive Balram and Saambh in order to prevent them from accessing Radha and other ladies. Radha is deceived by Rahu and Ketu, who use their bad eyes to do so. The bansuri of Krishna ceases.
Radha’s delusion is seen by Balram and Saambh, who then pursue her. It directs them to a mysterious cave. They are imprisoned in a cave once the illusion vanishes. Balram and Saambh can never escape the cave, laugh Rahu and Ketu. Balram attempts to smash the cave entrance but is unsuccessful. They are gasping as smoke erupts. Rahu commends Ketu for frustrating the adversaries.
Apasmar needs their assistance to vanquish Mahadev, according to Shukracharya, who claims he can’t spend his time witnessing their drama. Saambh begins to suffocate and begs Krishna for assistance. In order to calm Mahadev’s rage, Krishna first believes he must remain there. However, after hearing Saambh’s pleading, Krishna decides to go aid him. Rahu Ketu receives thanks from Shukracharya for compelling Krishna to leave Mahadev alone. Rahu Ketu shield Apasmar from Mahadev’s damru sound with their wicked abilities.
When Krishna arrives, he sees his bansuri. He takes it up and considers how many times he has played this bansuri for Radha and if Radha’s devotion will now be enough to rescue Saambh and Balram. He remembers all of his interactions with Radha and dispels a delusion involving Saambh and Balram. He then recounts Saambh and promises to stand up for his kid if he is in danger. Balram and Saambh describe the whole episode in detail. Krishna asserts that Rahu and Ketu are the ones deceiving them, and he pledges to locate Radha and the other women quickly.
Rahu Ketu is asked to halt Krishna by Shukracharya. Rahu Ketu reassures him that Apasmar would defeat Mahadev even in the absence of Krishna. Apasmar warns Mahadev that because of his rising vigour, eventually evil would triumph over virtue. Krishna reacts quickly to the situation by returning to Mahadev. Mahadev loses his temper and takes out his trishul. Krishna soothes Mahadev by playing the bansuri. He plays Damruu once again and keeps trying to murder Apasmar. Krishna believes that Apasmar’s demise cannot come so quickly or there would be a major catastrophe.