Ajit begins the episode by asking Swaran and Arjun what they would want. About the catering order, Arjun speaks. Ajit is asked by Swaran to take the order. No, I can’t accept the order since I have fewer workers, Ajit replies. She claims that the likelihood is high. Ajit requests iced coffee. Swaran says I’ll get it as well. Ye kaisa saluk performs… Swaran turns to face Ajit. Ajit starts brewing the coffee. Swaran draws Ajit’s attention. For Arjun, he gets the coffee. Arjun calls it excellent and fantastic.
Swaran is asked to give it a try. Swaran hesitates. Her coffee is consumed. Ajit becomes angry as he observes her. The guy orders a second glass. They are sharing a coffee from the same glass, but Ajit commands them to keep it away. He misplaces the glass. You dropped the glass, Arjun claims. You don’t need it, according to Ajit. Ajit is asked to sit beside Swaran. I don’t want to sit in between, according to Ajit. He leaves.
Arjun said he had assumed you would tell him to stop worrying about Ajit. Swaran claims that formerly, we would listen to one another. I’m sorry, I have to take an imp call, he says. He leaves. She visits Ajit while sobbing. What is he doing, she queries. Ajit requests that Lakhan bring Swaran anything more she desires. Swaran inquires about your speech. Ajit ignores her. She queries the cost of the coffee. He responds, “Don’t ask what, I know you recall everything,” adding that you have paid it via your chats.
Arjun claims that Swaran was silent, but I feel compelled to express my opinion of her. Should I prepare karela, Lakhan inquires. Yes, according to Swaran, it would be less unpleasant than his remarks. He makes Ajit mad. When we go, he will understand our worth since he has asked if he would do anything to be a friend. Swaran considers him. Lakhan departs Ajit is asked to recite it out by Swaran. Ajit remains silent. I am aware of what is going on inside of you, says Swaran; you want to yell and fight with me. He claims that it is irrelevant. She sobs. He queries your current sobbing. Even you, she claims, don’t care. She goes. She informs Arjun that she must go. He asks whether we should visit a neighbouring, lovely park or where should we go.
Ajit thinks about Swaran. He phones Bebe and says Swaran had come with Goldie, he doesn’t know where she went with him, he’s frightened she’ll run away from him, and he’s feeling terrified. He is urged to calm down by Bebe. He claims I’m having trouble breathing, am afraid, and cannot be without her. Then, she requests that he express his sentiments. He believes that someone else already took my spot, therefore I don’t want to surrender it to them this time. Swaran remembers what Ajit said. What’s wrong, Arjun inquires; you seem concerned. You are my boss, she adds, saying nothing. We are simply buddies here, he claims. I can’t say it to you, she claims.
She is asked to sit after he grins. I want to hear it from you, he adds. She claims that I can’t comprehend. He often claims that we need friends since we can’t talk to ourselves. With a nod. Actually, I, she claims. I can’t say it. He replies, “Okay, you don’t say, but there’s someone you can explain your emotions to, to your friend Tanha, when your heart is troubled, then meet a friend and discuss our problems.” I’ll try, Swaran says; I hadn’t felt this before. He claims that we ignore the fact that we have emotions and wants of our own and that in order to calm our desires, we must remove the dust off their leaves. Yes, Swaran responds, I want to dust the leaves. He instructs them to just remove the dust off each leaf.